Jon Richard Davidson, 60, was a beautiful spirit taken to soon. Jon joined his ancestors on July 25th, 2021 at his home in Florissant CO surrounded by the love of his life Tammie, daughter Alyssa, step daughter Kodi and husband James, best friend Sheldon and Aunt Cheryl.
Jon battled Glioblastoma brain cancer for eighteen months. He was a true warrior and fought hard to beat this terrible disease. Jon always said, "I'm going to write a book on how I beat this, but if I don't, I want my story told to bring awareness to help find a cure."
Jon was born in Dayton, Ohio to Jon and Joann Davidson who proceeded him on this journey and greeted his with open arms. He was very active in his community of Teller County, Colorado where he resided for the majority of his life.
Jon was an avid motorcycle rider (Harley Davidsons of course), guitar player, singer and song writer. A hardworking man that took care of his family and friends. A humble man with a heart of gold!
Jon worked in the injection molding industry for 40 years, with his last position being at Entegris Inc for 15 years as a maintenance tech III. "Maintenance!" He also had a degree as a building inspector and established Camelot Homes for a period of time in Teller county CO. He was an Entrepreneur and Amsoil dealer.
In 2018 he helped his wife Tammie establish her life long dream of helping the people heal through herbal remedies and Oyate Herbals was founded. Even through all his cancer treatments, Jon was striving to support their dreams of helping the people. They could be seen vending at many different events throughout Colorado, but were well known at the Woodland Park Farmers Market.
Jon is survived by his wife Tammie Lowell-Davidson, son Ryan Davidson, wife Ladonna, daughter Alyssa Fowler (Davidson) husband Kaleb, step son Bobby Konkol, wife Amie, step daughter Kodiak Lowell-Brandt, husband James; Grandchildren: Britney, Hayden, Harley, Brantley, Nevaeh, Kyler, Levi, Chad, Reese and Page; Lakota Spirit Mother, Nancy Weeks; Spirit bothers: Sheldon Bennett, Doug Davison and Ramsey Weeks; Cousins, nieces, nephews and many, many dear friends and extended family.
Memorial Donations can be made in Jon's name to the Glioblastoma Foundation. https://glioblastomafoundation.org
Memorial ride and celebration of life dates TBT.
Thank you to all of our friends and family for their support and prayers throughout this time! It meant the world to us!
Jon wrote a beautiful poem to Tammie and she wanted to share it with everyone - it is on the tribute wall, in the photo gallery. May it give you peace!