said to him “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me, though
he may die, he shall live, and he who believes in me shall never die.”
PRINCETON — William Hobert “Bill”
Davidson, 87, of Olive Street in Princeton passed away on Wednesday, March 12,
2014 at Princeton Community Hospital. Born May 21, 1926 in Lomax, WV he was
the son of the late William D. Davidson and Ollie Mae Harmon Davidson.
Bill was a retired sales agent for Mutual of Omaha with twenty-three years
service. He was a very proud U.S. Navy Corpsman serving in World War II and
the Korean War. He had been a resident of Princeton since 1965 moving here
from Keystone and loved Rhythm & Blues music. Bill was a man of strong
Christian faith and expressed his love for the Lord freely. He was a member of
the Lilly Grove Baptist Church. Every night he said his prayers for his family
He was a loving father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend. Bill
especially adored keeping in touch with his great grandson Garrett.
Survivors include his wife of sixty-seven years, Doris “ Dot” Marie Nolley
Davidson of Princeton; one brother, Bill “June” Chaffins; two daughters, Susie
Belcher and Beth Morehead and companion Doyle Amburgey all of Princeton; two
sons, Paul Davidson of Ashville, NC and David Davidson and wife Cindy of
Princeton; two granddaughters, Cara Russell and husband Andy of Charlotte, NC
and Amber Crist and husband Jason of Bluefield; and five great grandchildren,
Garrett Russell, Madyson Russell of Charlotte, NC, Allison Crist, Brayden
Crist, Caleigh Crist all of Bluefield.
In keeping with Bill's wishes his body has been cremated and services will be
conducted at a later date.
Online condolences may be sent by visiting www.seaverfuneralservice.com.