Isacc Andrew Davidson

ALBANY -- Isacc Andrew (Jr.) Davidson, 67, of Vienna, GA, formerly of Albany, GA died Monday, June 11, 2012 at his residence. Graveside services will be held Thursday at 11:00 AM at Floral Memory Gardens Cemetery. Rev. Al Wilbourn will officiate.

A native of Moultrie, GA, Jr. had lived most of his life in Albany, GA before moving to Vienna three years ago. He was a self-employed landscaper and was a member of Faith Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Brenda Davidson of Vienna, GA, mother, Lois Davidson of Albany, GA; three daughters, Stephanie Gatlin and Anita Gibson both of Albany, GA and Faye Curtis of Vienna, GA, two sons, David Andrew Newell of Albany, GA and Michael Newell of Cordele, GA, thirteen grandchildren.

The family will receive friends from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM Wednesday at Mathews Funeral Home.

To sign our online registry or to send condolences to the family, you may visit Mathews' website at www.mathewsfuneralhome.com.

Mathews Funeral Home

Albany 229/435-5657


scooby62 2 years, 9 months ago

To Ms Lois, I am soooo sorry to hear about Jr passing! He will be missed! To Stephanie and Anita, your daddy was a really sweet guy and I will really miss his and mine talks.He was always there after I broke my arm helping me out when noone else would. He was always there when I was feeling down during and after mine and Vance's divorce. :(


rickf 2 years, 9 months ago

Junior was such a gentle man. Some of my earliest memories are of him. Going to the Georgia School for the Blind back in the late '50s early '60s. We travelled to Macon before the Interstate was built. Now I pass by it once or twice a month living near Macon. He was always well dressed and sweet. He never complained. I can never remember him being mad. Even thought he was hindered with health problems he would not talk about them. Always would ask about me and my family. When I watch the old Black and White TV show "Gunsmoke" and the character "Chester" comes on. He reminds me of Jr. Always trying to do the right thing in his own way. May not have been right. But, he tried. We never knew he was ill and in the care of Hospice. It was only a few weeks ago I talked to him. Not one word about being ill. Jr, I love you and I will miss you. Not too many people like you any more. I know your mother is lost now. I love you Aunt Lois. Just remember as long as we remember him he did not die. He is still here in our hearts. Love you. Rick Freeman


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