Brandon Scott Davis passed away Thursday, March 8, 2018 at the age of 31. He died suddenly from natural causes Thursday afternoon.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Venture Church’s Hunt Club Campus in Hattiesburg. Burial will be at Lake Park Hills cemetery in Laurel.
Davis, lately of Laurel, is survived by his wife Brooke Cole Davis and young son Kingston Rhodes Davis. He also leaves behind an extended family whose members consist of his mother and stepfather Sonya and Stogey Dykes; his father Mark Davis; sister Emily Davis; and brother Ethan Davis.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Ruth and Lester Busby, and paternal grandfather Max Davis.
A native of Jones County, Davis graduated West Jones High School in 2005, where he distinguished himself as an athlete, friend and leader. He then went on to travel to pursue school, music and ministry. In 2010, he married his wife Brooke, and six years later, the two welcomed a son.
Davis was a partner/owner of BlackHorn Production Co., and served his God and community with a zealous and fearless attitude. He joined with Laurel Main Street in 2015 and strove to leave an impact on the people and businesses of Laurel that he loved. He attended Venture Church, where he and his wife served on the worship team. Living by the words “good enough is never good enough,” Davis is best remembered for his passion for family, tenacity and confidence in the face of adversity.
Serving as pallbearers will be Blake Sherman, Britt Barefoot, Patrick Little, Jay Gandy, Kyle Warren, Justin Holifield, Randy Sherrell and Chad Evans. Contributions to the family can be made through the Brandon Davis Benevolent Fund at Magnolia State Bank, via PayPal at www.laurelmainstreet.com, or www.gofundme.com/memorialfundforbrandondavisfamily.