Joel Davis

Joel Davis

February 23, 1927 - January 7, 2021
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    Friday, January 8th, 2021 | 9:30am
    Friday, January 8th, 2021 9:30am
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Donations are being accepted for:
Gilchrist Hospice Care

555 Towsontown Blvd, Towson, MD 21204


Joel Davis, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Thursday, January 7th, 2021 at the age of 93. He is survived by his cherished children, Michael (Marsha) Davis and Susan Davis (Tom Griesacker), and grandson, Liam Griesacker. He was predeceased by his beloved wife, Florabel Davis (nee Weber); parents, Rebecca and Earl Davis; and brothers, Morton and Hirsch Davis.

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Friday, January 8th, 2021 at 9:30 am. Please see the Sol Levinson & Bros. website for the link. Interment Hebrew Friendship Cemetery - 3600 E Baltimore Street. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be made to Gilchrist Hospice, 555 Towsontown Blvd, Towson, MD, 21204.
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Steve and Sue Seidel

Posted at 12:13pm
Michael and Susan,
Sue and I were so sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. We have so many wonderful memories that date way back to our childhood. May those memories that you have of him carry you through this most difficult time.

Gary Berman

Posted at 12:19pm
Gary berman Iam sorry to hear about Joel i was in lodge with Joelhe was a very good man i see every saturday at Beth Tfiloh I will miss him very muchat Amicable St.john lodge Gary Berman

Richard Petry

Posted at 11:28am
Worshipful Master Irvin J. Crowl Jr. , officers and members of Warren Lodge No. 51 tender our deepest condolences to the family of our esteemed brother, Past Master Joel Davis. Joel was a masons mason. He exuded the tenets of our institution with every breath. His comforting words and calming demeanor will be sorely missed. Your labors are now complete brother. We will handle it from here. Richard Petry P.M. Secretary

Hirsch & Terry Davis

Posted at 09:24am
Terry and I are deeply saddened by Uncle Joel’s passing. He has been part of my (Hirsch) life since my birth. He welcomed Terry to the family with open arms, and gave the toast at our wedding so long ago (2019). We are going to miss him.

Mark Edward Pearlstein PM ASJ#25

Posted at 09:10am
The fraternity that Joel was so active with and loved so much was Masonry of the Grand Lodge of Maryland. He did more than join this fraternity he made it part of his very being. As a Past Master that served as the final Worshipful Master of St John’s Lodge #34 he was instrumental in assisting in the merger of St John’s into Amicable Lodge #25 to form Amicable-St John’s Lodge #25 or as we of this fraternity to it as ASJ. He was appointed a Grand Inspector to Warren Lodge and due to his service and dedication, he received the appointment of Vice President of the Board of Grand Inspectors. He also severed and became a Past Master of Warren Lodge.
Joel was always there to welcome a new brother, support our lodge in numerous ways while always have a smile on his face, give praise to others for their work and support as well as to great every brother he met with a two-handed handshake that came from his heart. Joel had the ability to “whisper” good council with the intention of making individuals a good mason and a better man over his many years belonging to this organization.
As he was so devoted to our fraternity, he was thrice more to the love of his life, his beloved wife, Florabel Davis. In her final years, Joel was her constant caregiver and would not leave her side. His pride and joy for his children was immense and when asked would be beam with pride as he spoke of their accomplishments, Michael and Susan. You could not ask for a prouder Grandfather than he was with Liam.
We have lost a beautiful man who we had the privilege to call our Brother and we are all a little bit better because of it. He will be missed, but he will never be forgotten.

Risa Kramer

Posted at 09:08am
We will all miss Uncle Joel. May his memory be for a blessing.

Gerri Baum

Posted at 08:45am
Hi Michael and Marsha,

I’m so sorry for your father’s passing. May his memory be a blessing to all who loved him.

Gary L Zipper

Posted at 06:58am
Michael,Susan,Liam and family, I am so sorry to hear about Joel. I first met him when he became a client of mine. That relationship developed over time to becoming a very dear friend of mine. I always enjoyed our conversations and meeting for lunch to catch up. I admired his no worry attitude about whatever was going on in his life and that things will always work out. He always ended a conversation with be well and be happy. He was blessed to have such a loving family and spoke frequently how proud he was of each of you. He has now "shuffled off to Buffalo" as was one of his sayings. I hope all of your memories of Joel will help you through this difficult time. The world has lost a true gentleman.

Norman DuBois

Posted at 01:05am
Dear Michael and family. I met your dad Joel the very first day he walked into the Beth Tfiloh as a member and it did not take me long to realize that I had found a jewel.. This was was verified shortly later when my children met Joel.He will be deeply missed by all of us. Norman ,Jeffery/Nancy and Amy DuBois

Stanford and Audrey Gann

Posted at 10:32pm
Dear Susan
Your Dad was a truly lovely man. We met you when Margery Dannenberg passed away. Joel was a lovely companion to Margery and we spent many lovely evenings with them. May your memories give you comfort and may he Rest In Peace with your Mother whom he adored.

Earle Mann

Posted at 05:47pm
Michael and Susan (Suzi) I am so sorry for your loss. I have may memories of your dad. May his memory be a blessing be to you.

Beth Tfiloh Congregation

Posted at 05:15pm
Beth Tfiloh Congregation deeply regrets the passing of our member, Joel Davis, and extends sincere condolences to the entire family.

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