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Wesley (Wes) Jacob Davis, age 43, passed away on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 after weeks of hospitalization at OU Medical Center. He was born on September 23, 1977 in Sandusky, Ohio to Steven Davis and Tina Blevins. In 1983, they moved to Norman, Oklahoma and Wes graduated from Norman High School in 1996. He was a devoted father and very proud of his two children. He loved puzzles and building legos with the kids. Wes and Misty meet 2 years ago and it was love at first sight. They enjoyed road trips, playing bingo, going to Dave and Buster’s and antique shopping. He recently celebrated 20 years of service at the Hibdon Tire Center, in that 20 years he had perfect attendance, he was a valued employee. He was an avid bowler since his teen years and spent a great deal of his time at Sooner Bowl. He was proud being acknowledged for his “13” 300 perfect games. Wes was a great man who will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him.
Wes was preceded in death by his grandparents. He is survived by his partner, Misty Conover, his children, Twyla and Riddic Davis, his mother, Tina Blevins (Paul), his father, Steven Davis, and his sister, Erin Lehman (Teddy) and nephew, Edward.
A celebration of life will be held at the Sooner Bowl 550 24th Ave NW, Norman, Oklahoma, on Thursday, September 23, 2021, which would have been his 44th birthday, at 6 pm.
Rylee Goodspeed says
This news was so sad to hear, Wes used to always come into Tropical Smoothie next door to Hibdons and he would ALWAYS brighten my day. I remember we used to talk about bowling all the time because my stepbrother bowled as well. He was the sweetest and nicest man to ever come in our store and the news of his passing shook me to my core. My heart goes out to Wes’s friends and family as they go through this process.
Amanda Walker says
I previously worked next door to Hibdons, for Tropical Smoothie. Wes was well liked by the whole store and never failed to brighten our days. We will all miss you. RIP.
Bree Walker says
My heart is deeply saddened to hear about this. Wes was the always so sweet and kind. He would come in the morning and make us all smile so big. He was one of my favorite parts about working at Tropcial smoothie. Rest in Peace, Wes.