Casey Edward Davis

Casey Edward Davis, 35, of Amarillo, TX died Friday, May 14, 2021.

Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m., Friday, May 21, 2021, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Dr. Howard K. Batson, senior pastor, First Baptist Church officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Casey was born June 29, 1985, in Amarillo, TX to James “Bronc” Davis and Camille Cooney Davis.  He graduated from Tascosa High School and shortly after pursued a career as a first responder.  Casey was first a firefighter in Guymon, Oklahoma and soon became a shift captain of the GFD, he continued his education and received his paramedic certification going on to serve many communities in Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. He served Boise City, Oklahoma, and Dumas, Dalhart, and Amarillo, TX. This was not only a career but a lifestyle, he worked for Apollo as a flight medic where he met his wife Courtney Davis, an ER nurse, they have been happily married since 2017. He spent his last few years working with AMR in Amarillo.

Casey had an infectious smile, a love for caring for others, and teaching new EMTs and medics. He was the guy you wanted on the ambulance if you were sick or injured and the partner you knew you could always count on. He loved the outdoors and teaching his son, Barrett to be a strong young man. He taught him to use his tools, build things, and also enjoyed taking him fishing. He also has three daughters, one of his own Collin and two bonus daughters, Kaydence and Khloe, he spoiled all three of them rotten and loved chasing them to school plays, dance recitals, cheer competitions, and volleyball tournaments. Collin especially loved to sing and dance with her Dad. Casey loved to cook and enjoy a nice evening on the patio with his family. Casey was such a joy to be around, enjoyed making others laugh, and always wanted to have a good time. He loved to travel, he liked being busy and on the move, he loved to talk and laugh, getting coffee, and cooking yummy food. The Palo Duro Club and St. Andrew’s were big parts of his life and he has people in these communities missing him too.

Casey was a member of Hillside Christian Church.

He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Peggy Cooney; grandfather, Donald Cooney; grandfather, Jack Davis; grandmother, Dorothy Davis; and father, James Edward Davis.

Survivors include his wife, Courtney Davis, of Amarillo, TX; children, Kaydence Fergerson, and Khloe Fergerson, both of Amarillo, TX, Barrett Davis, and Collin Davis, both of Guymon, OK; mother, Camille Cooney Davis, of New Zealand; sisters, Caitlin Davis and her daughter Ranger Davis, of New Zealand, and Ashlee Glasscock, of Santa Fe, NM.

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13 Replies to “Casey Edward Davis”

  1. All of us at St. Andrew’s remember Casey with fondness. Bright and joyful, he brought light to all his classmates, teachers, and friends. Our prayers are with his family. May the know the comfort of God’s love and the love of all here who surround them.

  2. Casey was a student of mine at St Andrew’s. Even in second grade, he was kind and loving. It seems he spent his all too short life spreading kindness and love. Prayers for peace for his dear family.

  3. I have many happy memories of the Davis clan during their years at the Palo Duro Club. In my heart Casey will always be the energetic, athletic, blond-haired boy jumping off the diving board at the pool, riding in the Jeep with his dad or roaming the PDC with his pals. My love and prayers to his family.

  4. My prayers and thoughts are with his family and friends.May the Lord comfort you and strengthen you all at this time.

  5. So very sorry for your loss…Amarillo lost a great responder. Prayers and peace for you and your family.

  6. With prayers, sympathy and friendship . May God’s comfort
    be yours out of His depths of loving kindness, mercies and grace.

  7. Prayers for Casey’s family and friends… your going to be missed my friend…

  8. My prayers go to Casey’s family and friends. The years we all shared at St. Andrew’s School created special memories. I can only imagine how many lives Casey touched in his career.

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