Kasey Davis

February 01, 1948 ‒ October 31, 2018

Crestline, Ohio

Kasey Davis, 70, of Crestline passed away Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at his residence. He had been seriously ill for the past several months.

He was born February 1, 1948 in Crestline and was the son of William and Ruth (Elmore) Davis. Kasey is survived by his wife of 22 years Gerry Davis, whom he married on January 18, 1996.

He attended Colonel Crawford High School and proudly served his country in the United States Army during Vietnam. Kasey worked for Conrail and retired from the Norfolk-Southern Railroad in 2005. He and his wife Gerry owned and operated Davis Bottled Gas. Kasey was called “Superman” by the grandchildren he adored. He enjoyed fishing, was known as a “jack of all trades” and will be remembered as a hard-working man.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by daughters, Karen (James) Bittner, Karla Martinez and Marlo Robidoux; son Trent (Diane) Robidoux; daughter-in-law Vickie Robidoux; grandchildren Joshua (Jennifer Fitzgerald) Robidoux, Paige (Tyler) Wasserman, J.D. (Erica) Geiger, John (Sarah) Geiger, Taylor Robidoux, Jessica (Mathew) Yuengert, Joe (Amanda) Hipsher, Lacey (Tom) Shay, Emily, James, Eric and Kristen “KC” Bittner, Gabriel, Miguel and Samantha Martinez and numerous great-grandchildren.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by a brother Ronald Davis; sister Elva Bonser and a son Troy Robidoux.

A gathering of family and friends will be held Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 120 Zimmerman Ave. Galion where a memorial service will be held at 7:30 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Society serving Crawford County in care of the funeral home.

Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes in Galion is honored to serve the family of Kasey Davis, and condolences may be made to them at www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

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  • To Gerry, please accept our heartfelt condolences. Sending prayers to you and the family.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with all of Kasey,s family and friends at this difficult time. Havent seen Kasey in a long time but I remember him fondly. Rest In Peace Kasey.

  • Prayers for the family. Kasey was a good man. My family has enjoyed having him as a neighbor. My Dad always enjoyed the conversations. Kasey was willing to lend a helping hand. He will be deeply missed.

  • KC was my cousin. I remember him as always being nice to his little cousin. He was always cheerful. Later as we grew older he was someone you could talk with about many topics. He will be missed. I was so sorry that he had to suffer.
    God bless the family during this time of their loss of their husband, father and grandfather

  • Gerry, I am so sorry about Kasey. I remember him as somebody always willing to lend a helping hand. Hold onto your memories. Hugs to you.

  • To all,
    Thank you, for your heartfelt condolences. I was blessed to be able to care for my father right up to his last breath. Sometimes, were harder than others, as I knew what the end results would be. I had to reassure him several times, that he had the biggest heart, and would help anyone who would need it. My father, in his perfectionist like character, meticulous in all projects, always had to be assured that his job done was more than good. Having people share their stories, with him as well as us, has certainly helped in this long suffering process of terminal cancer. When things seemed so sad, and awful, my father would say something to lighten the mood. This, along with my father going back and forth with Trent, helped me get a whole lot of laughing in. I think we all needed that. May his big heart, superman-like character, and other good memories get us through this difficult time, and continue to live on in us. God Bless, and may we all be prepared to see him again in the great time of resurrection. Thanks to everyone who got us to this point pf peace!

  • He was my neighbor. He was a good man. He was kind and never asked for anything but was always ready to help out someone. I will miss him.