Kenneth Davis

Aug 14th, 2019


Blue Funeral Home (Marion)

Sat, Aug. 17th, 2019 10am


Blue Funeral Home (Marion)

Sat, Aug. 17th, 2019 12pm

Kenneth Davis

Kenneth “Bumper” Davis, 74, passed away on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at Herrin Hospital.

Kenneth was born on February 20, 1945 in Williamson County to Harrison and Elsie (Barwick) Davis.  He married Linda Colp and she survives.

Kenneth was a UMWA Member and worked at Brushy Creek Coal Mine for many years.  He enjoyed farming, horses and watching westerns.

Survivors include:

Wife-Linda Davis

Daughter-Angie and Deon Baker

Son-Darrell and Tabatha Davis

Daughter-MeLissa and Scott Cutsinger

Son-Michael and Cassandra Davis

Step Children:

Terry Eairheart

Brian Eairheart


Danielle and Josh Watts

Keshia and Nick Smith

Sarah Allen

Lucas Allen

Kolton Davis

Hunter Davis

Carson Davis

Step grandchildren:

Devin and Taylor Kidd

Dustin and Hayley Kidd

Erin and Josh Rodgers

Brad and Mikaela Cutsinger

Kennen Eairheart

Nikki Eairheart

Sequoyah Jordan

Summer Pappas

Wyatt Jordan

Great grandchildren:

London Whitehead

Laila Whitehead

Brooklyn Smith

Abel Watts

Nova Watts

Liam Allen

Step great grandchildren:

Finn Kidd

Nash Kidd

Kylee Rodgers

Kynslee Rodgers

Kelsee Rodgers

Grandson in law-Dustin Whitehead


Pearl and William Kirman

Lou and Don Phelps

He was preceded in death by his parents; eight brothers and sisters and granddaughter, Christina Whitehead.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 12pm at Blue Funeral Home in Marion with Pastor Jeremy Allen, Pastor Gaylon Parks and Ross Bailey officiating.  Burial will follow at Coal Bank Springs Cemetery.  Visitation will be on Saturday from 10am until the time of service at the funeral home.

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1 Guestbook Message

  • Guest: Becky Davis Mattingly

    From: Angelville, Illinois

    Date: August 16, 2019

    Angie, Darrell, Melissa, Michael and family, I’m so sorry for your loss, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. I was remembering Uncle Kenny and Dad coon hunting all the time, they both loved it so much, I believe they are again in Heaven.