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James Nathan Davis

Thursday, December 29, 2005

Born 3-6-1982 -- Died 12-17-2005

James Nathan Davis, of St. Charles, Mo., was born March 6, 1982, in Salem, Ark. He died Dec. 17, 2005, in Salem, at the age of 23 years.

He was a salesman for a photography studio and was of the Baptist faith.

Survivors include his daughter, Patience Lawson of Thayer, Mo.; parents, Tina Crenshaw and Richard Swinea of St. Charles, Mo., James C. Davis of Salem; Tom Wheeler and Kirk Emerson of Mountain Home; a brother, Tyler Joe Wheeler of Mountain Home; a sister, Emilee Nicole Wheeler of Mountain Home; grandparents, Mary Jo Pate of Salem, Ruthford and Brenda Howard of Mammoth Spring, Gertis and Loretta Wheeler of Brockwell, Doyle Davis of Centerpoint, Mae Beth Johnson of Roseville, Calif.; his great-grandparents, Goldie Weaver of Salem, Linda Faulkenberry of Tightwad, Mo., aunts and uncles, Bob and Shanna Maguffee and family of Mammoth Spring, J.R. Howard and family of Thayer; Teresa Easter and family of Franklin, Diane Casey and family of Horseshoe Bend, Mark Wheeler and family of Violet Hill, Steve Wheeler of Brockwell, Ark., Robbie Davis and family of Centerpoint, Wanda Davis and family of Henderson, Rick Pate and family of Salem, Connie Pate and family of Viola, Angie Bishop and family of Glencoe, Mark Pate and family of Salem, and Marla Long and family of Salem.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Clifton "Rook" Pate; great-grandparents Clyde and Audie Howard, James Weaver, John Tom and Melba Faulkenberry and Floyd and Bertha Davis.

The funeral service was held Dec. 21 at Barker Funeral Home Chapel in Salem with Bro. John Hodges officiating.

Interment was in Agnos Cemetery in Agnos, Ark., with arrangements under the direction of Barker Funeral Home of Salem, Ark.

Pallbearers were Michael Howard, Lyndell Howard, Corey Emerson, Brandon Comstock, Jason Pittman and Mark Wheeler.

Honorary pallbearers were Heath Everett, J.R. Howard, Tommie Faulkenberry and Terry Faulkenberry.

Memorials preferred to John 3:16 Ministries.