Alfred “Al” George Davis • August 20, 2022

Alfred G. Davis, 83, of Milton, FL died August 20, 2022. He was born August 5, 1939 in Atmore, AL. He worked at Monsanto for 30 years, was a veteran of the Army National Guard, as well as a member of Olivet Baptist Church, The American Legion and the NRA.
Al is preceded in death by his parents, Oris E. Davis and Maude Tuberville Davis; brothers, John Earl Davis, Larry Davis; sisters, Mary Nan Carroll, Margie Armstrong and Sylvia Rhea.
He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Patricia Downy Davis; daughters, Rhonda Vega (Ron), Ramona Bennett (Scott); brothers, Bobby Davis (Rillis), Alan Davis, Wayne Davis (Laura), Harry Davis (Connie); grandchildren, Amber Garcia (Billy), Alyssa Turner, Somer Bennett, David Turner (Rachel); 2 great grandchildren.
The family will receive friends for visitation at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home from 9:30-10:30am Thursday, August 25, 2022 with funeral to follow at 10:30am.

  1. Harry Davis says:

    Not only a great brother but a best friend! I will forever miss you Al. As I remember growing up, we(Al, Wayne and me) were known as the 3 little boys. May you Rest In Peace brother!

  2. Wayne Davis says:

    Al was one of my life mentors when I was growing up. I don’t think we ever had a fight or even an argument. He was helpful to me in so many ways and was a wonderful brother. After every conversation he always told me he loved me — and I loved him in return. I will miss him greatly.

  3. Rosie Harrison, Eartha Andrews and Victor Payne. says:

    To Mr. Alfred G. Davis loved ones, our family was deeply saddened by his passing, he was a very special friend and gave wonderful words of wisdom and encouragement. He will most assuredly be missed. Our condolence to his loved ones.
    Rosie Harrison, Eartha Andrews and Victor Payne.

  4. William Fountain says:

    Pat our hearts are saddened to learn of Al’s passing! I will always regard him as a good friend and I will always cherish the fun times we had growing up! May God bless you and the family during this time of sorrow!

  5. Sydney Olander says:

    I don’t ever remember seeing Al without a big smile on his face and a mischievous twinkle in his eyes. He was always so eager to entertain and make certain that my visits to the Davis home in Atmore were memorable and fun. “Mission Accomplished, Al!” You blessed me with such beautiful memories of wonderful and fun times.

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