Collinsville, Oklahoma
January 5, 2011
Brad Davis Died Jan. 2nd

January 27, 1959 - January 2, 2011
Services Friday For
Former Local Pastor

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Brad Alan Davis was born January 27, 1959 to James Donnell Davis and Patsy Alan (Geerdes) Davis in Woodward, Oklahoma. He left his life here on earth at age 51 for a heavenly reunion with his Lord & Savior on Sunday January 2, 2011. Brad’s school years were in Jenks,OK where he graduated from Jenks High School with the largest Music Scholarship awarded at that time. He attended Phillips University in Enid OK. He met and married Sherri Jackson in Grove Oklahoma in 1988 and they later moved to Owasso Oklahoma.

Brad was a man of many talents. One of his first jobs after school was working with and assisting the Oklahoma Highway Patrol in a new program called Courtesy Patrol. He later combined his love of ministry with Collinsville City Police where he has served as volunteer Police Chaplin for many years. Brad’s love of ministry and helping people were a big part of who Brad was and led him to become an ordained minister. He moved his family to Collinsville where his children have grown up. Brad and Sherri founded “One Way Church and Youth Center” in downtown Collinsville. Their passion was in helping the youth but Brad and Sherri ministered and helped anyone who came to them with a need. Many other ministries developed from the One Way Church, Angle Food, a community food pantry, and NA meetings to name a few. Brad worked as a broadcast engineer but just as much of his time and energy went into the One Way as did his finances. In the last several years he was employed by Shamrock Communications in Tulsa as chief engineer

Brad is survived by his mother Pat Scott of Woodward, OK: wife Sherri Davis of their home in Collinsville, Oklahoma: 2 daughters Rachael Davis, also of the home: Ashley (Davis) Williamson, son-in-law, Matt Williamson and granddaughter, Amiela Williamson all of Collinsville. 2 sons, Matthew Davis of Tahlequah, OK: Christopher Davis, daughter-in-law, Sarah Davis: granddaughter, Brianna Davis and grandson Brayden Davis all of Ft. Campbell, KY. Brad is also survived by 1 sister, Jamie Smith of Tulsa, OK: and a huge extended family of many, many close friends.

Visitation will be Wednesday, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Collinsville Dolton Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Friday, January 7, 2011 at the First Baptist Church with Rev. Kelvin Limbocker Rev. Jim Land, Rev. John Witty, and Pastor Lee Morgans officiating. Interment will follow at the Ridgelawn Cemetery in Collinsville, OK. Services are under the direction of Collinsville Dolton Funeral Home.

March 2011 Card of Thanks
Collinsville Community,

On behalf of myself and my children I would like to thank you for your kindness and love through the loss of my Husband Rev. Brad Davis. He was a man who loved people and especially the people and community of Collinsville. I can not say thank you enough for the cards and words of encouragement I have received the last several weeks. Special thanks go out to Pastor Kelvin Limbocker, Pastor Helmer Johnson, Pastor Tim Prock, Pastor David Graham, Pastor Lee Morgans, Collinsville Ministerial Alliance the City of Collinsville staff , EMS, and Officer Travis Linsy and Officer Brian Smith, Collinsville Public School Principal Mr. Coleman and Counselor Ginger Limbocker, Meadowcreek Church, First Baptist Church and Pam Webb. I could not begin to list everyone. I am doing well and looking forward to every new day. Life, Family, and Friends are a gift from God. Thank you friends and Collinsville community for your continued thoughts and prayers. I welcome your phone calls or just stop by for a visit.


Sherri L. Davis 371-2377 home 639-5761 cell 1317 West Oak

(March 18, 2011)