George Leroy Davis and Carolyn Nadine Davis, his beloved wife, have passed on to the next life. George L. Davis was 72 when he passed on the day of August 21, 2020. His wife Carol was 71 when she passed away the morning of October 28, 2021. They lived in the house they built in Florissant Colorado, in Colorado Mountain Estates. Both George and Carol died of breathing complications. George died due to respiratory failure in conjunction with COPD. Carol passed 14 months and 7 days after her husband, due to complications from Covid-19.
George Davis was born in Pueblo Colorado on April 2, 1948 to Walter Davis and Clella Davis. Carol was born in Nurnberg Germany on May 3, 1951, she was adopted by Verna Crowley, and Jim Simmons, and later raised by Lester & Verna Crowley, of Pueblo Colorado.
George is survived by his son, Walter Matthew Davis, grandson Kaleb J. Davis, his brother Walter E. Davis, and sisters Rebecca Prophet, Sharon Vensor, and Margorie Riggs. Along with many nieces' and nephews'.
Carol is survived by her son, Walter Matthew Davis, and grandson Kaleb J. Davis, also her mother Verna Crowley, brother Davis Simmons, and nephew Michael Purdy. She has other family back east, that cannot be verified.
George and Carol, were married in 1972, after which they moved to Kansas, and then moved back to Pueblo Colorado. George was an employee of the Pueblo Depot, after finishing, and returning, from service in Vietnam. He had attained the rank of Lance Corporal when he was Honorably Discharged as a United States Marine. After moving to Cripple Creek Colorado in 1993, George and Carol worked in gaming for the next 25 years until his retirement in 2018. George brought home his beloved wife from working around 2011, having the desire to let her stay home from then on. George was a college graduate with an Associate's degree in computer sciences. He also held titles such as, slot manager, and Key manager of various casinos in Cripple Creek. Carol had worked as a customer service professional, and bartender. They owned a semi-successful Amway business for 20 years as well.
The main focus of George and Carol, was a love for GOD, and His Son, JESUS CHRIST. Which they translated to every area of their lives. It also brought them together in the form of decisions they made throughout their lives. Helping many other people along the way, weather it was a ride to town, or a couch to sleep on, that is the way they Glorified GOD. People often felt the love they had for GOD, by the way they helped their fellow man.
If you are able, please consider joining us for a celebration of their lives, on Friday November 19, at 1:00 at the Divide Funeral Home, followed by a graveside Military burial at the Pine Cemetery in Florissant Colorado at 2:00 pm.