Patrick Davis Dies at 67; Services Set for April 9


Patrick P. Davis

Services for Patrick P. Davis, a former Sitka resident, will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 9, at the ANB Founders Hall.
    Patrick died March 11 in Juneau, at the age of 67.
    He was born April 27, 1956, at Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital, the son of Josephine (Johnson) and David Davis.
    He attended Sitka schools, and worked at Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital and Sitka Tribe of Alaska offices as a janitor before retiring and moving to Juneau, about 11 years ago.
    Among Patrick’s enjoyments were the Fourth of July fireworks and Christmas holidays. He also followed the Seattle Seahawks and the WWF.
    Patrick was preceded in death by two brothers, Lester Davis and David Davis III.
    He is survived by two brothers, Robert Davis and Willie Davis, both of Juneau; several nieces and nephews; and his uncle Herman Davis, Sitka, chief of the Coho Clan, Raven moiety.
    Pallbearer will be Nathan Bernhardt and honorary pallbearer will be Kyle Young.
    A luncheon will be held after the Tuesday service, also at the ANB Founders Hall.

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