In Memory

Wm Bradford Davis

Wm Bradford Davis

On Saturday, November 11, 2017. Beloved husband of Michelle Felion-Davis; son of Judith and the late William R. Davis; brother of Michael Davis and Kathy Davis Enlow (Randall). Brad served in the Air Force for over 25 years and having done three tours of duty, Enduring Freedom, Afganistan 2004, Iraqi Freedom 2006-2007, and Qatar 2010, served as the Wing Chaplain of the 911th Airwing, Moon Twp., and retired as the Yellow Ribbon Director. He also served for 25 years as pastor of the Hewitt Jefferson Presbyterian Church in Rices Landing, PA. Memorial Service Thursday 12:00 p.m., 911th Airwing Base Chapel, Moon Twp. Entombment with full military honors in the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies. In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to Light of Life Ministries, 915 Western Ave., Pgh., PA 15233 or City Mission Hope for the Homeless, 84 West Wheeling St. #242, Washington, PA 15301. Arrangements entrusted by WILLIAM SLATER II FUNERAL SERVICE, (412-563-2800) Scott Twp.

Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Nov. 14, 2017


Brad particpated in band (jazz, marching, concert), choir, musicals, and swim team at Berea High.




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06/10/18 09:11 AM #1    

Bradley L Summers

I am a bit shocked at Brad's passing.  I knew Brad in marching Band, on the stage at Berea High, and in college.  We used to love saying hello to each other as we had the same first name.  Brad was a very kind and astute person.  I never knew he became a Chaplain and a pastor but I am sure he was a great one.  Having also served in Afghanistan and Iraq, I can see how his positive persona would be a great comfort to the troops.  I wish I could see him again just so we could say our names again to each other and laugh again.     

06/10/18 01:41 PM #2    

David A Cook

It always hits hard to see a classmate has passed, knew them well or not.  Brad was among the best of us.  A classy,  calm,  genuine guy.  First met in 7th grade band. Last time I saw him was so long ago,  but remember it very well.  Ran into him somewhere,  and a friend of mine and I dragged him along with us to shoot pool at the Blue Dolphin in Columbia Twp or Olmsted wherever it was. I know he wasn't comfortable with being there,  how much we were drinking.  But he enjoyed the pool and we talked probably til the place closed.  He was the same.  Just a good man. I have no doubt he made a huge difference in the lives of many.


























06/15/18 09:50 AM #3    

Stuart Gay (Comstock-Gay)

Wow.  So sorry to see this.  I hadn't seen Brad for quite some time - but always such a positive and good guy during HS.  Good memories.  

07/22/18 02:42 PM #4    

Wayne Carroll

So sorry to see this. Brad was a great guy and friend. I have so many good memories of Brad in Band, Theater and just hanging out. I remember he and his father playing bangoos in thier family room. I know he touched so many lives. Gear Guy!

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