Grayson B. Davis MD
Date of Death: August 20, 2010
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Dr. Grayson B. Davis, 92, of West Lafayette, died Friday, Aug. 20, 2010, at his residence. He was born in Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 3, 1917, to the late Joseph C. and Maude Mae Brown Davis. He attended public schools in Kansas City and graduated from Paseo High School in 1933. He then attended Asbury…

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heidi whitus eversole left a message on August 29, 2010:
I am so sorry for your loss. your parents were good friends with my mom and dad and your dad took good care of them both. a special thanks to you claire for all your support when mom died. i so appreciated it. i will keep you all n my prayers. the eversole family
Kirsten Winstead left a message on August 24, 2010:
I am sorry to hear that Dr. Davis has passed. He delivered me when I was born and was my doctor for many years as was my parents, John and Penny Hatke, and grandparents, Lawrence and Audrey Kemble, doctor.
I will always remember the cologne and the turquoise jewelry that he wore.
I remember my mom always telling me that every time he would walk into the exam room I would start crying. Myself, I just always recall getting a shot in the back side.

My you rest in peace Dr. Davis. God Bless you and your family.

Kevin P. Phelps left a message on August 24, 2010:
To Whom it May Concern:

I would like to give my condolences to the Davis family in your time of grieving and pray that God would bless and keep you all. In an effort to bring a moment of happiness and closure in your hearts, I would like to share with you my fondest memory of ""Dr. Davis"".

I was 5 years old and had a sore throat. An age at which most individuals were testing the waters of this world. As nervous as I was, I told my father that I was scared. After entering the patient room, I specifically remember my father telling me with a stern tone of reassurance in his voice, ""It&s alright, he&s a &good& doctor"".

Dr. Davis was just that. He was so good that I remember him telling my father, during an office visit for a sore throat, ""Your son has strep throat"" after a 30 second evaluation. No swab tests, nothing. All he had to do was smell my breath and he knew what the ailment was without question.

Dr. Davis made routine and emergency visits go by with a sense of calming during his practice. I can only hope that by the time I have kids, I have picked a doctor with half of Dr. Davis& charm, compassion, and accuracy.

I am very appreciative for what he has done for me and my family over the years, and am forever grateful for being able to share this memory of the late, great ""Dr. Davis"".
Sheryl Willy left a message on August 24, 2010:
My deepest sympathies go out to your family. Dr. Davis was such a wonderful and caring person. He has always been and will continue to be my favorite Doctor. His bedside manner and compassion for each person was very refreshing and unique. I wish more Doctors could share his concern for their patients. Dr. Davis always made me wish that he was a relative of mine because he was so loving and caring! I know you&ll miss him dearly! He did good! God has blessed us abundantly because of Dr. Davis!



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