Wyatt Davis Obituary, Death – Wyatt Davis of Continental Ohio has passed away. Wyatt, It hurts me a lot to type this out, but I still remember the conversations that took place late at night, on the bus ride home after sports, at the school dances, the laughter, the talks, the intimate moments and conversations that took place between two men… man, it feels like it was just yesterday. I still remember the conversations that took place late at night, on the bus ride home after sports, at the school dances. In Track class, I distinctly remember running the 4 by 1 relay with you and passing the baton to you at the appropriate time. This memory is still very clear to me.
It’s crystal clear to me now that you were the one who handed it to me…. There is going to be a piece of you that lives on through all of time and exists permanently within me. This will never change. When I was at the lowest points in my life, you showed me kindness and love, and those are things that I will never forget. You were always there and ready to talk about anything, including life; the conversation was never interrupted. Wow, a friend of mine just told me that you had mentioned me in a conversation that took place in the past week. He told me that it was very kind of you.
You have been such a supporter for me throughout the years, and you have consistently been on my side. I can’t even say that your presence in that room was solely for the benefit of me because you were there in the first place. Because of who God created you to be, you were there for an entire community, for complete strangers, and for individual people. This is a reflection of God’s good creation in you. I swear to every fiber of my being that I will do everything in my power to bring you along with me wherever I go, and I will do this even if it kills me. You have arrived in the presence of our Eternal Father at this very moment. To put your mind at ease, my friend, our time spent together is not over. We are going to come into contact with one another once more. I love you. Always keeping you and your loved ones in my constant thoughts and prayers is a privilege.