Paul J. Davis, Sr., age 64

of Quincy

Paul J. Davis, Sr., age 64

Quincy, Paul J. Davis, Sr., age 64, of Quincy, died peacefully, Sunday, September 29, 2019, at home, after a period of declining health.

Paul was born to a military family in Tacoma, Washington. He came to Quincy as a child where he was raised and educated and had lived for most of his life.

He was a self-employed master carpenter, specializing in staircases, bars, and making exquisite pieces of furniture.

Paul proudly served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam era.

He was a talented upholsterer, enjoyed fishing and Sunday dinners with his family.

Husband of the late Marcia Jean (Sacchetti) Davis and former husband of Patricia M. Shannon of Quincy.

Devoted father of Nichole L. Carson of Quincy, Paul J. Davis, Jr. and his wife Linda of Malden, and Shannon M. Davis of Quincy.

Loving grandfather of Monique, Hannah, Samantha, Dylan, Dakota, Kylie, and Logan.

Cherished son of Theresa O. (Saulnier) Davis of Holbrook and the late Richard S. Davis, Master Sergeant, U.S. Army.

Brother of Patricia “Penny” Ericson and her husband Ronald, Kevin R. Davis and his wife Mary, all of Holbrook, the late Richard Davis, Jr., SP4, U.S. Army, and the late Linda Geibe.

Paul is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

At the request of the family, funeral services with military honors will take place privately.


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  • I’ve never been stumped for lack of words but I am now.
    There’s so many things that made up who my dad was.
    He had a brilliant mind was one of the smartest people I’ve ever know. He was an avid seeker of knowledge always reading a book or teaching himself how to do something new, like when he learned how to fly and got his pilots license. He made everyone laugh always had a good joke and an infectious laugh. He tought me how to do so many things. Like how to make a snare clean and gut a fish and filet. There’s so many things I could say. The most important is how much he loved everybody and we all loved and still do love him.. Love you so much miss you but you’ll live on in my memories. I love you Dad.