Floyd Davis

Floyd H. Davis Jr.

Thursday, October 31st, 1957 - Tuesday, March 31st, 2020
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Floyd Hampton Davis Jr., 62, of Chesapeake, Virginia passed away peacefully in his sleep on 3/31/2020. He ultimately succumbed to a heart condition that he had been battling for several months.

Floyd (AKA “Jr.”) was born 10/31/57 to Floyd H. Davis Sr. and Dorothy (Lieland) Davis. He is survived by his long-time partner and love, Cindy Jones, his sister Betty Davis, and two sons Cody Davis and Aaron Davis.

Floyd grew up in the Acredale section of Kempsville in Virginia Beach. He attended Kempsville High School where he was an excellent all-around athlete and especially baseball player. He loved all sports but baseball was his favorite and he was a life-long Yankee fan. He spent many of his early adult years traveling the country as a door-to-door salesman before settling down back in his home town of Virginia Beach. He and Cindy made their life together in Chesapeake and he truly loved his home and family. He worked most of his life self employed as a locksmith for his company Davis Security. He took great pride in doing his part to make local neighborhoods safer. His favorite thing to do was spend time at his camp at Lake Gaston relaxing with Cindy, playing with his 3 dogs, and working on small projects. The “lake” was without a doubt, his “Happy Place”. He enjoyed playing golf, listening to music and laughter. He had many life long friends who he kept in touch with regularly, loved many of his neighbors, and was especially close to the Johnson family (Mike, Bobbi, Michael, Robert and Jessica). Floyd had a strong faith and he gave God all the praise for every blessing, both large and small. He trusted God and was grateful for every day.

A celebration of life service will be held at Graham Funeral Home but unfortunately will be by invitation only. However, it will be streamed live on 4/10/20 at 1:00pm.
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    Friday, April 10th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Friday, April 10th, 2020 1:00pm
    Graham Funeral Home
    1112 Kempsville Road
    Chesapeake, VA 23320
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Jeff Cardillo

Posted at 07:48pm
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Junior's family and friends...Junior and I played Little League baseball together and were on the Kempsville Indians, which won the city championship in 1972. He was a great player, a great friend, and always fun to be around...I had always wondered what happened to Junior, and from what I read, he had a great life for which I'm very thankful...May the Lord bless you all in a special way...
Jeff Cardillo


Posted at 04:38pm
As i think back over the years and my time and friendship with Jr I cant help but laugh at the many many crazy things we did.
Jr and I go way back to our time at Kempsville Jr. High and Kempsville High school. We were the best of buds. You never saw one without the other. Always together shooting pool, dating girls, racing cars,just kids and teenagers living and enjoying life as it should be. Jr always wanted to be best or first at everything so we found out the exact time and day that Kings Dominion was to open for the first time back in 1975. Jr and I were living together at his house in Archdale in Kempsville with his grandmother Florence. His grandmother made us some sandwiches and jr and I got in his Monte Carlo hit the road the night before heading to Richmond Va. We slept in the car and was among the first 100 people into the park that day. Boy was jr proud of that fact. He was also proud of his cars like the Monte Carlo and his Camero Z-28 both were blue and no one else had one like his or looked as good as his did. LOL. Jr and I went to every rock concert there was in the 70s. We saw Aerosmith 7 times, Marshall Tucker Band 6 times and some concerts we went to but never made it out of parking lot to go inside. Need I say more? Jr and I had many talks about life and our families. In 1974-75 jr asked me if I would join him to go see his mother who he hadn't seen in a while. I of course said yes so off we went in the middle of the night to Beckley West Va. We spent a couple of days with his mother and had a great time. Jr and his mom enjoyed their time together as well. It was just a great time along the way stopping at different places just enjoying being teenagers. As the years past Jr and we got older we went in different directions. I remember the day we said to each other goodbye the day I moved to North Carolina. We tried but couldn't hold it back. Tears from two tough guys.

There was a 20 year period Jr and I lost contact with each other. Heck we didn't have cell phones or Facebook for gods sake so we didn't keep up wit home phone numbers very well due to changing numbers moving etc. But wouldn't you know it when he and Cindy got together and cell phones and Facebook came about he contacted my wife and asked her was she related to James Ross. She told me about this guy named Jr who was asking about me. She only knew about the stories of he and I. I was totally shocked because I really didn't know what ever happened to my friend. I was so glad to reconnect with my ole friend. I talked to him on the phone and we made arrangements to meet him and Cindy in Va.Beach.

After 20 years wouldn't you know it when I first saw him the first thing he does is show me his new golf clubs. Just like we saw each other the other day or something. Not that 20 years had passed since we last saw each other. He showed me his dam golf clubs. LOL. He was proud of them. Remember, no one else had any like his. LOL.
I want to just share a few stories about my friend.

Jr liked to text more than I did. The last text I got from him was on Jan 24 2020 when he was updating me about his heart condition. We talk many times after Jan 24th about his situation. Our last phone conversation was about a week before he passed. His last words to me were tell Karen hello and you be cool. I love you man. I'm totally saddened by his passing and the fact my friend is not with us anymore. Cindy I hope you see this and please know you are in my prayers. If you feel like it sometime reach out to Karen Ross on Facebook. I would love to talk to you. God bless you and stay strong.

Tim Pugh

Posted at 04:29pm
To Junior Davis, I love you, we love you, Junior. So glad you crashed my wedding, wished more stories were shared, roller rink, party phone lines, dirt bikes, Shoney's, Pinball, Foosball (you were the best), Jake Jacocks, Paul Miller, Sandy Poff, Billy Taylor, Glen Sweitzer, Connie Grey, Debbie Manning, Mary Cunningham, David and Kevin Thompson, Cindy Stauffer, Mike Amburn, Dale Ore, Michelle Brown, and so many more - some here, some already passed, JUNIOR Davis, we love you and will miss you. This is MY tribute, again, for over 50 years of being a friend - most of us above can or would say, we love you. Rest Well!

Bobbi Johnson

Posted at 07:19pm
I’m going to miss the 4th of July at Camp Davis.

Bobbi Johnson

Posted at 07:19pm
I’m going to miss the 4th of July at Camp Davis.

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