GEORGE J. DAVIS ~ Class of 1965
December 17, 1946 - February, 17 2014

George Davis - 1965 - Sr. Portrait ~ George Davis ~ recent

George passed away on February 17, 2014, at the Tri-Cities Complaincy Hospice House in Kennewick. He was born December 17, 1946, in Richland and was a life long resident.

He joined the Air Force in the midst of his life and retired as a NDT QA Inspector.

He was preceded in death by his father, Dale F. Davis, his mother, Montez Davis, his siblings, Nell Davis Winn ('56) and Phillip D. Davis ('66).

A grave side service was held at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Richland. Reception followed at the Sunset Event Center.

"Fish And Whistle"

I been thinking lately about the people I meet
The car wash on the corner and the hole in the street
The way my ankles hurt with shoes on my feet
And I'm wondering if I'm gonna see tomorrow.

Father forgive us for what we must do
You forgive us we'll forgive you
We'll forgive each other till we both turn blue
Then we'll whistle and go fishing in heaven.

I was in the army but I never dug a trench
I used to bust my knuckles on a monkey wrench
Then I'd go to town and drink and give the girls a pinch
But I don't think they ever even noticed me.

Fish and whistle, whistle and fish
Eat everything that they put on your dish
And when we get through we'll make a big wish
That we never have to do this again again? again?

On my very first job I said thank you and please
They made me scrub a parking lot down on my knees
Then I got fired for being scared of bees
And they only give me fifty cents an hour.

-John Prine