Obituary of Dwight Davis

Dwight Davis, a.k.a. “Mad Dog”, 67, of Calvert City, KY, passed away into the eternal forever at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO on November 25, 2020. Dwight was born on December 4, 1952. He was born and raised in Hardin County, IL.
Dwight loved to spend the with his family and friends. He loved being outside with his love of eagles, riding motorcycles, playing golf, enjoying the beach, exploring and hiking new trails, and playing pranks on all of his friends and family. His most treasured moments were with his wife, children and grandchildren. Dwight also loved his rescue pup, Lizzy, who was his side kick for 12 years.
Dwight was always there to help anyone in need. He always made sure anyone and everyone was taken care of before himself.
Dwight is survived by his wife, Sharon (Douglas), of 30 years; four boys, twins Jeremiah (Brandy) Davis and Jonathon (Jackie) Davis, Douglas (Tammy) Hubbs, and Daniel (Denise) Hubbs; along with 10 grandchildren, Brantley, Raelyn, Kyler, Kannon, Andrew, Autumn, Adler, Dawson, Morgan, and Kory. Survivors also include his siblings, Betty (John) Lamb, Bob (Candy) Davis, and Leon (Reta) Beavers; along with many nephews, nieces, cousins and a large extended family.
Dwight was preceded in passing by his parents, Alfred and Mary Davis; brother, Lendal Cruise; and sister, Reta Beavers.
Upon Dwight’s wishes, he will be cremated and a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

3 Comments

  1. Cynthia Drew on December 7, 2020 at 6:34 pm

    So sorry for your loss. My mom is Faye Davis Morrow. My mom’s parents were Charlie and Gladys.

  2. John Burnett on December 8, 2020 at 2:08 pm

    I left a message last night and I’m sorry about the loss. I know that it’s none of my business but can I ask what happened to him? Thank you

  3. Tony Hughes on December 9, 2020 at 11:13 am

    I ran around with Dwight a lot in the 1970’s, he was always so nice to us younger guys in the pool hall. I rem the time me, Dwight, Possum Simmons and Brent Austin went to Denton’s tavern in old Shawneetown and closed down the joint. After we went to the little greasy spoon next door and eat Cheeseburgers and chili! We all thru up all the way home to CIR!!! Later he married DeAnn’s first cousin Sharon. Rest in peace “Mad Dog” you were a super cool guy!!!

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