ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kerry Davies 52 years old , born on October 26, 1957 and passed away on December 3, 2009. We will remember him forever.
Posted by DONNA KLEINSMITH on February 21, 2019
I will always remember Kerry's great sense of humor! How we laughed so much! We continued our friendship after he left Carpenter and my husband & I visited him in Gouldsboro, PA after his divorce. He had a adorable hunting camp cabin and he added a bigger bedroom to the cabin and he did an excellent job! He was very talented and always found work. Kerry, you are missed every day and we will all be together again some day! Love you lots!
Posted by Glenn Rohrbach on February 20, 2019
Hearing about Kerry's passing was one of the saddest times of my career at Carpenter. All that Bill Reichert stated was true. He always did his job efficiently and with a smile on his face, he was the perfect example of outstanding customer service and Kerry will always be considered a dear friend.
Posted by William Reichert on February 20, 2019
I'm not sure how life after I left Carpenter for you was Kerry, but you left so many friends in disbelief with your passing. "Shocked" is as best as I can describe it. 
As for my personal dealings with you...your services in the Drafting Section @ Carpenter were truly appreciated not only by me but by all in the engineering department as well.. You were always on top of your assigned responsibilities. Always with a smile & upbeat. No request was ever to much to ask of you. You responded with a positive attitude every time.
A super employee.  You are missed Kerry.
Reast in peace my friend.

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Posted by DONNA KLEINSMITH on February 21, 2019
I will always remember Kerry's great sense of humor! How we laughed so much! We continued our friendship after he left Carpenter and my husband & I visited him in Gouldsboro, PA after his divorce. He had a adorable hunting camp cabin and he added a bigger bedroom to the cabin and he did an excellent job! He was very talented and always found work. Kerry, you are missed every day and we will all be together again some day! Love you lots!
Posted by Glenn Rohrbach on February 20, 2019
Hearing about Kerry's passing was one of the saddest times of my career at Carpenter. All that Bill Reichert stated was true. He always did his job efficiently and with a smile on his face, he was the perfect example of outstanding customer service and Kerry will always be considered a dear friend.
Posted by William Reichert on February 20, 2019
I'm not sure how life after I left Carpenter for you was Kerry, but you left so many friends in disbelief with your passing. "Shocked" is as best as I can describe it. 
As for my personal dealings with you...your services in the Drafting Section @ Carpenter were truly appreciated not only by me but by all in the engineering department as well.. You were always on top of your assigned responsibilities. Always with a smile & upbeat. No request was ever to much to ask of you. You responded with a positive attitude every time.
A super employee.  You are missed Kerry.
Reast in peace my friend.
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Kerry E. Davies

Kerry E. Davies

Kerry E. Davies, 52, Gouldsboro, formerly of Reading, passed away Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009, at 10:53 p.m. at home.

Born in Reading, he was the son of the late Ernest Davies and Marilyn (Kollar) Davies.

He was a 1976 graduate of Governor Mifflin High School and a sergeant with the United States Marine Reserves.

He worked in construction for the last five years.

He is survived by his son, Zachary D. Davies of Temple, and a daughter, Vanessa L. (Davies) Gafencu of Reading.

There are also three grandchildren: Siena, Gianna and Sophia.

He is also survived by brothers and sisters.

A Celebration of Life Tribute Service takes place Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Bean Funeral Homes, 3825 Penn Ave., Sinking Spring. Friends will be received Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

BeanFuneralHome&Crematory, Sinking Spring, is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www.beanfuneralhomes.com.

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