Nick Davis Obituary, Nick Davis Has Reportedly Passed Away

Nick Davis Death, Obituary – Nick Davis has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to an online publication. Nick Davis, who was 40 years old and from Oskaloosa, Iowa, passed away on December 3, 2022, at the Select Specialty Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa.

Nick Davis was a local of Oskaloosa, where he lived. He was born on July 29, 1982 in Oskaloosa, Iowa, and his parents are John Lee Davis and Cynthia (Yoder) Davis. He was named after his mother. His name, in its whole, is John Lee Davis Jr. He graduated from Northern Mahaska High School in the year 2000, receiving his diploma in the same year, and he was a member of the class of 2000. During his time at the high school, Nick participated in both the Chorus and the Marching Band, in addition to playing the percussion instruments.

After that, he continued his studies by enrolling at Indian Hills Community College, then Central College, and then William Penn University. In his past, Nick has worked for both U.S. Cellular and, later, Doty Computers. Both of these companies are in his job history. He enjoys a diverse selection of musical genres. In addition to these sorts of activities, Nick liked to read, play the drums, game on his computer, watch WWE Wrestling, and read comic books produced by DC and Marvel.

In addition to it, he had an interest in mythology and anime. Cynny Davis is a member of his family, along with his sister Lorelei Davis, who is also from Oskaloosa; his niece; and his father, John L. Davis, who is also from Oskaloosa. Before Nick was even born, his mother, Cynthia Davis, along with both sets of grandparents on his mother’s and father’s sides, had already died away. Nick’s body was cremated as per his instructions, and there are no plans for a funeral or memorial service at this time. Nick’s body was also cremated in line with his instructions. At this time, the Bates Funeral Chapel is the one in charge of making the necessary preparations.