William A. Davis Jr.


William A. Davis Jr., know as “Pee Wee:”, “Will”, “Dad”, “Uncle” and “Son”, was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1973 to parents William A. Davis Sr. and Norma J. Davis. Our beloved William departed this life on Wednesday July 22, 2015.

Growing up in Columbus, William loved fishing, RC racing, and recreational football. At the age of 14, he met the love of his live Tanisha Pettus. As an adult, William was a family man, a dedicated father to his children, a loving brother & uncle, and a good friend to many. William enjoyed working on motorcycles, cars, being a grill master, keeping the yard looking nice, hanging out with his friends and helping others.

William was preceded in death by his father, William A. Davis Sr. and nephew, William Darrell Davis. William leaves to cherish his memories his mother , Norma Jean Davis, fiancé’ Tanisha Pettus, Parents of Tanisha Pettus, Ned & Lonette Pettus, Angela Curry, children, Dayshod L. Davis and Adriene C. Davis , his brother, Leonard Davis Sr., sister Jaquelyn (James May) and LeAnn Davis, nephews Randall Davis, Kellee Davis, Leonard Davis J., James May J., and Khalil Davis nieces Nyeishia Mills, Andrea Griffin and Lazaria Davis and a host of loved ones, family and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. Laura and Saan Stephens

    We are so sorry for your loss. Will was a great man and a great friend to our family. He is in a wonderful place now and will always be with you and watching over your family from above. Stay strong. You are all in our prayers.
    Saan Stephens and family

  2. Tanisha, DayDay and Adriene, you all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. Tanisha, Dada and Adriene,
    I am so sorry for such a huge loss. I know William was a kind man with a fun sense of humor. Tanisha we had some good laughs on the phone. My heart aches for the Pettus and Davis family.
    You all remain in my prayers. May G-d continue to surround you with love, light and protection. William you will be missed by many, RIP
    Love Debra Mullen

  4. My heartfelt condolences to the family. May you find comfort in your many wonderful memories and in the loving support of God and family. 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17

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