Jacob Alexander Davis
December 11, 1999 - November 25, 2020
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Jacob Alexander Davis of Ponce de Leon, Missouri departed this life on Wednesday, November 25, 2020. Jacob was 20 years, 11 months and 14 days when he went Home. He was born on December 11, 1999 to Stephen and Marla Davis of Ponce. Jacob had an old soul, tender heart, quick wit and easy smile…

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des lucas left a message on January 27, 2021:
I remember an amazing friend that was like a brother to me. Always tired from work sleeping anywhere but giving everything he had away to help others. The last thing he said to me was "I'm proud of you Des. I'll see you when you get back and will celebrate." meaning knock a few back ;D I'm still gonna visit him in my navy uniform and knock one back just as a see you soon my brother <3
journie stephenson left a message on December 11, 2020:
The last time I saw jacob he was giving me a welding lesson and he said okay journie now switch hands and I switched them so easily and he walked in the shop and told my dad ol "cool hand luke" out there is a natural. I miss you jacob your a great teacher.
Melissa Ehly left a message on December 3, 2020:
We met Jacob about 10 years ago when we started a little restaurant in Spokane. We probably got to see him, Hunter, and Steve a couple of times a month or so. As the years have gone by and we (Darol, Lillee, and I), have reminisced back to those days ~ their (Jacob, Hunter, Steve) smiles, happy kind conversation and genuine big hearted friendship was such a light and warm spot in one of the hardest times of our lives. God put them before us for what our hearts needed to get through another day. What a blessing! Lillee reminded me the other day that when we moved the restaurant briefly to Reed's spring and the Gravy on a Bucket Lid was being filmed...that they had been there with us that day and there should be footage of them in the movie (or maybe it didn't make the cut...but it was a neat day for sure regardless!! The year before last we went to a Halloween event behind the grade school. Jacob was there (I believe he was the story teller around the fire) and recognized Lillee. It was so so so good to see Jacob and catch up a bit ~ He definitely made our night, I am so happy he was there as things would have been on the mediocre side had we missed his smile. I am looking forward to finding the photos that were taken that evening and sharing. We have been trying to figure out when services were going to be, I see we missed it :( If family and friends are interested in holding a Celebration of Life at some point, we have an indoor location in Nixa that you are all welcome to utilize for that. Jacob has and will forever and ever be in our hearts. God's gotta have something really special in mind for him up there! I know he will be one of those smiling welcoming faces for us when we are called home. God Bless You Marla, Steve, Hunter, Family, Friends ~ Prayers for everyone's wounded hearts.
Gae Goodman left a message on December 2, 2020:
To The Davis Family and all of Jacob's friends, may your tears be the raindrops that nurture the new flowers growing in heaven in honor of Jacob's presence. Steve, the only time I visited your home, I fondly remember Jacob helping his Uncle Brian with the near-impossible job of teaching this "city girl" to carry out target practice on some unfortunate tin cans. Marla, I can never thank you enough for creating such a beautiful You Tube tribute to Brian. It helped me a lot through some dark times. I wish I could return the favor, but those talents are not in my tool box.
Natasha Decker left a message on December 1, 2020:
We will never forget you and the happiness your brought to everyone's lives. You will forever be "Mullet Boy" to me. Fly high with the angels. <3
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Kent Sameshima left a message on December 1, 2020:
My condolences to all of Jacob’s family and friends. I know that Jacob will be missed by those that knew him. No matter what he was doing, he seemed to have fun. There’s not another one like him in the world. We are all better for having known him.
Matt Ray left a message on November 30, 2020:
My sincere condolences to the family.
Abigail (Abby) Reagan left a message on November 29, 2020:
I recently called Jacob 'not genuine' while I was pregnant and extremely depressed. I always thought we'd bump into eachother & we'd be able to chat & I could apologize. I wanted to tell him that what I said about him was the complete OPPOSITE of the truth, and that I'm sorry. He honestly really helped me out a lot with my depression (in middle school), half the time I came it was just to be able to eat breakfast and BS with Jacob in the mornings before class. He brightened up my day by day and was the type of person that I wanted to be like. & I always wanted him to know that, but never got the chance to tell him. My heart aches for his family and close friends. I still can't believe we'll never get to talk again, I cannot fathom how you all must be feeling. I think I'm still in shock. Sending you guys all the good vibes.
Donald and Amanda Bennett left a message on November 29, 2020:
In memory of Jacob Alexander Davis, Donald and Amanda Bennett lit a candle
Bullingtons left a message on November 28, 2020:
Jacob was and is a remarkable young man. We, Travis and Andrea, were their with him for 3 years for football. Outstanding and very giving. The times at practice, the times at our games were such a joy and will always be in our memory. He and fellow teammates were always eager to see who could take coach on. The was one great unity and you will forever be your team forever!
Angela Young left a message on November 28, 2020:
Im still in shock! You were one of the great ones and I will never ever forget you buddy. Every 99 banana shot will be a tribute to you! I hope heavens for real. If so ill see you there one day. Until then watch over all the ones who loved you. That should keep you busy! Love you Jake!
Jennifer Jester left a message on November 28, 2020:
Rest easy Jacob. Gone way too soon, this doesn't seem real. You are loved and missed by many!
Chris Evans left a message on November 28, 2020:
Marla, You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Carolyn Robirds left a message on November 28, 2020:
Dear Davis Family, We would like to say how very sorry we are for your loss! Jacob was such a wonderful young man! I would like to let you know just how much Jacob meant to our family.... He was always so polite and respectful when he came over to our house. When he would come over to hang out with Brandon, the first thing he’d do was come and say Hi to me, and if I was was doing something ie....yard work, moving things or fixing something, he was always so quick to be the first one to lend me a hand! He would always make sure I knew how much he loved my cooking too! Lol! We loved having him and Jessie come over and hang out with Brandon. I used to secretly say they were like The Three Musketeers, because they were always together. He had such a way to cheer anyone up, no matter how upset or blue you might be, he had a TRUE GIFT FROM GOD, to make anyone smile and laugh! I have so many memories of him, too many to list all of them, but of course all of the memories of him at our house, I loved it when he just started calling me Mom one day.... I told him I didn’t mind it at all, because they were over so much, that we felt like him and Jessie were like our adopted boys, and that I had so many kids, what was two more. Lol! We loved him and Jessie like one of our kids! I loved the memories of him in the Spokane Band with Brandon and Jessie and everyone,and them playing ball, and of course the day that he performed Brandon and Emily’s wedding ceremony. That meant so much to Brandon, Brandon, Emily and our family.... but I think one of my favorite memories was after the wedding ceremony and after I had the Mother /Son dance with Brandon, he came up to me and held out his hand and said....” May I have this dance?!” Oh my heart.... I just about started bawling in front of him, but I kept it together, and of course he made me laugh! The rest of the kids Crystal,Lindsay,Andrew , Jordan and Aaron, all felt as if he were their little brother! He used to keep my grandsons Gavin and Jaden every day after school until Crystal and Lindsay got off work to get them,and Jacob would talk to them or play with them. Brandon,Jacob and Jessie would even let them hang out with them sometimes. I know there isn’t any way to truly know how you all feel right now, especially as a Mother myself,I can’t imagine the pain your family is feeling right now! We pray for your family the same thing I told Brandon.... I told him that some day when you think of him, the pain will be replaced with the memories of the good times you had with him, and instead of tears, a smile will be on your face, and hopefully even a laugh will come too! We want you to know that our family loved him very much, and that we will love him ALWAYS and he will FOREVER be in our hearts! Sending Love and Prayers from, The Robirds Family
Rylie Farris left a message on November 27, 2020:
In memory of Jacob Alexander Davis, Rylie Farris lit a candle
Kelsey Hall left a message on November 27, 2020:
He was the biggest sweetheart you could ever meet. He had a heart of gold. He would do anything for anyone. He had the most contagious laugh and smile. He will be missed. I pray for all of his family. I love you!! Forever in my heart. ❤️
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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