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October 6, 1933 - August 25, 2018
Burial Date: August 31, 2018
Funeral Home Hidden Valley Funeral Homes
Lowell W. Davis, 84, left this world early Saturday morning, August 25, 2018, to be with his savior. He was born October 6, 1933 in Pryor, OK.
Lowell worked many years as an electrician in the Tulsa, OK area. Prior to retiring, he worked as the Operation Director for Howard County Jr. College in Big Spring, TX ,and also at San Angelo College in San Angelo, TX. He held the Operations Director position for several different Melvin Simon shopping malls, starting in El Paso, TX, and overseeing the construction of a new Melvin Simon mall while in El Paso. He later transferred to Fredericksburg, VA, where he commuted to Washington DC to assume the Operation Director position at the Pentagon City Mall. After several years at the Pentagon City Mall, he moved to Excelsior Springs, MO, and became the Regional Operations Director for 48 Southeast Services Malls throughout the Midwest and East Coast. Tiring of having to travel every week, he decided to retire from Southeast Services. His last position as an Operations Director was for the St. James United Methodist Church. He decided to permanently retire in 2008. Since retiring he was able to work more in his wood shop and he planted and grew a large garden for several years.
He was preceded in death by his parents Carl & Billye Davis, Pryor, OK as well as a son, Joseph Davis, Tulsa, OK.
Survivors include his wife: Vonna Lee; daughters: Debbie Davis of Tahlequah, OK, Cheryl Ellis & husband Jack of Excelsior Springs, MO, Laura Brown of Mesa, AZ, and Sherlyn Davis of Oakland, OR; son: Michael Davis of Oakland, OR. Lowell had 7 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren
Visitation will 10-11 a.m. Friday August 31, 2018 with a Celebration of Life service following the visitation at the First United Methodist Church, Excelsior Springs, MO. Memorial contributions may be made to the Church.