Jeremy Dwain Davis

 

Jeremy Dwain Davis
Jeremy Dwain Davis

Jeremy Dwain Davis, 49, of Amarillo, Texas, passed away on April 20, 2022.

Memorial services will be held at 11:00 AM, Monday, April 25, 2022, at Chaparral Hills Baptist Church with Danny Allen officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Jeremy was born in Odessa, Texas on February 1, 1973, to Dennis and Dreama Davis.

Jeremy started his career in land surveying in 1991.  He became a registered professional land surveying in 2002.  He worked for several surveying firms, before establishing Davis Geomatics in 2003.  He was licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor in the states of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado.  Jeremy acquired his CFedS license, and his Licensed State Land Surveyor certificate in 2012.

J D was one of two surveyors in the world to hold RPLS, CFedS, and LSLS licenses.

High Plains Experience, a continuing education accreditation, for surveyors, course was created by Jeremy and several fellow surveyors.  He served on several state professional surveying boards and held offices in all.

He married Amie Vincent the love of his life and best friend on June 29, 1996.

Jeremy was preceded in death by his father, Dennis Davis, and his grandparents, Imagene and Charles Davis, and Kathy and Merrill Stump.

He is survived by wife, Amie, son, John, and daughter, Ellie of the home. Also survived by brother, Paul Davis and wife Amanda, of Amarillo; sister, Cherie Davis, of Amarillo; brother, Dirk Davis, of Lewisville, Texas; brother, Ross Macon and wife Missy, of Amarillo, Texas; brother, Ryan Macon and wife Sarah, of Amarillo, Texas; and mother, Dreama Brennan of Amarillo, Texas. He had 16 nieces and nephews, and many friends.

The family requests memorials to:  High Plains Experience, J D Davis and Craig Alderman Memorial Scholarship, 3301 CR 7550, Lubbock, Texas 79423.

8 Replies to “Jeremy Dwain Davis”

  1. Prayers to the family. May your precious memories of JD carry you through. I had the pleasure of working with JD on the TBPLS Item Writing Committee. He will surely be missed by the surveying community. RIP JD

  2. Our prayers for his family and the employee of Davis Geomatics. JD’s interest in educating fellow surveyors will be missed by the surveying family of the panhandle.

  3. God bless you all. Cherish each other even more. Life, as you all know, is incredibly precious. With loving prayers, DJ

  4. J.D.’s untimely passing is a huge loss to his family, friends and community. He was a good man, dearly loved by many, and certainly missed. Rest in peace friend.

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