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Wesley Edwin Davis

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Wesley Edwin Davis

July 7, 1921 ~ June 4, 2014

Wesley Edwin Davis, born to George and Elise Davis on July 7, 1921, with the assist of his grandmother, Charolette Fischer, in their home at Orondo, WA, left his earthly journey to begin his everlasting journey on June 4, 2014. He travelled by ferry from Orondo across the Columbia River for schooling in Entiat. He married Inez Perkins July 13, 1940. They spent their years orcharding in Orondo, until 2011. Wes was a director at Chief Wenatchee apple co-op for 20 years. He was an avid fisherman and trap shooter. He was a charter member of Wenatchee Rod and Gun Club, for which he provided land. He began his Christian training as a small boy in the Orondo Grange and was instrumental in building the current Orondo Community Presbyterian Church.

Wesley is survived by his wife, Inez of Cashmere; his daughter, Nancy (Dennis) Collins of Coarsegold, CA; his son, Wayne (Kaye) Davis, and his daughter-in-law, Patricia Davis, both of Orondo, WA; and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Glen Davis; his sisters, Ruth Hertlein, Bernice Griggs, Sue Peterson and Thelma Matthews; and an infant brother, Delbert.

Wes resided at Epledalen in Cashmere since 2011, where he made many new friends and loved to play dominoes. The family wishes to express our gratitude to the team at Epledalen. They are the best!

A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, June 11, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. at the Orondo Community Church. Any memorials may be made to the Orondo Community Church sharing fund.

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