Gregg and Margaret Davis
Well, here we are again, dear family, saying good-bye to a loved one. My Uncle T.E. was a good man, lived a good life, loved Jesus and is in heaven right now with my Aunt Imogene. Although T.E. will be greatly missed I am truly glad he and his beautiful bride are reunited....this time forever with no sorrow and no pain ever again. Thank you, Lord. I have a lot of memories of him but a couple of my favorites involve something we both liked to do...ride around in the country. A year or so before Imogene went to Ridgeview Bo came to their house on Westhill and fried fish for our monthly family luncheon. Everyone had gone home except Judy Newkirk, Carolyn B. and me. We all piled into T.E.'s SUV and he drove us out to the country to see wildflowers and baby calves. It was April so there was plenty of both. We had a blast that day. Back when they lived at Cow Camp Ranch, Gregg was off one day and we called to see if T.E. and Imogene were going to be home. They said yes and for us to come on out. The best part of the visit that day was when T.E. took us on an off-road ranch tour with Imogene ridin' shotgun and Gregg and I in the back of the pick-up. We went up and down rolling hills, crossed creeks and even saw the horse cemetery. Uncle T.E. was an excellent narrator and loved history so I enjoyed every minute of it! Thanks for the memories, Uncle T.E. We'll see you again.
Friday May 18, 2018 at 4:17 pm