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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

John R. Davidson

1948 - 2021

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John R. Davidson, passed away on March 13, 2012, he was 72.

Mr. Davidson of Jeffersonville, was born In Stoughton Wisconsin on Nov. 3, 1948. He was the son of the late Robert S. and Jane E (nee Fisher) Davidson. John grew up in Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin, received a Master’s Degree from the University of Illinois. He worked for Burroughs/Unisys in Detroit, Mi, and Norristown, PA for 40 years in IT.

He was a Past Master of Norristown Masonic Lodge No.620, where he was currently the secretary. He was a member of The Tall Ciders of Lebanon No.31, and Valley of Reading Scottish Rite.

He is survived by sisters: Marion McPhee and Kay Pavlovich; Brother-in-laws: William McPhee and Detlef Pavlovich; Niece: Sarah Ruck, Nephews: Chad Pavlovich, Robert J. Coates, Joel B. Coates, and Jeremy M. Coates; 2 Great Nieces, 1 great Nephew, and a great great Niece and Nephew.

A Celebration of Life will take place at a later date. Interment will be at the Foster Road Cemetery in Redgranite, Wisconsin.

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Rev. Suzanne Schwarz-Green

March 29, 2021 12:06 PM
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Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ in Collegeville and all of its members send our condolences, sympathies, and prayers to John's family.  John had asked to become a member of Trinity after attending services here for quite a while and was to become an official member on March 30. However - official member or not - to us, John was one of us and we are deeply saddened by his passing.  He will be missed.

Cassia Mt. Horeb Lodge No. 273

March 23, 2021 5:00 PM

Cassia Mt. Horeb Lodge's Officers and Members would like to express our deepest and most heartfelt sympathies to the family and loved ones of Brother John. His dedication, knowledge, and willingness to go the extra mile always served as example to those who knew him, and his absence will be keenly felt. He was a gentleman and a true and faithful Brother.

Community Lodge No. 744

March 23, 2021 11:46 AM

The Officers and Members of Community Lodge No. 744 send our condolences and sympathies to the family of our dearly departed Brother.  We will always remember him as an inspiration to all of us in our quest to become better men and better Masons. Brother John touched the lives of so many men within our Masonic District, and his loss is greatly felt.

Warren Lodge #310

March 22, 2021 5:34 PM

The Officers and Members of Warren Lodge #310 express their deepest condolences to the family of Brother John and wish to express their sincerest gratitude for the many Brethren whom his influence touched throughout the years. He was a great man and an excellent Mason. Heaven gained the gift of an exceptional new resident and though he will be missed by those of us who remain, his memory will live on through his extraordinary character.

William B. Cook, PM

March 18, 2021 10:59 AM

My deepest sympathies go out to Johns family and personal friends. As a lodge brother, John was a kind, generous and passionate Freemason. As council and adviser, John was invaluable and indispensable to me in my Masonic journey to becoming Worshipful Master of Norristown Lodge, always willing to help with his encyclopedic knowledge of Masonic ritual and law. His contributions and service to the fraternity, and to his brothers, will be sorely missed. His absence will be profound.

But now, John has laid down the working tools of the Craft, and with them he has left that mortal part for which he no longer has use. His labors here below have taught him to divest his heart and conscience of the vices and superfluities of life, thereby fitting his mind as a living stone for that spiritual building -- that house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. Strengthened in his labors here by faith in God, and confident of expectation of immortality, he has sought admission to the Celestial Lodge above.
We shall meet again. Farewell, my brother.

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