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Lawrence 'Indian' Davids

Dec. 24, 1949 - Mar. 5, 2023

Date of Service: Mar. 10, 2023

RUPERT – Lawrence “Indian” Davids, a 73-year-old resident of Rupert, passed away Sunday, March 5, 2023.

Indian’s life will be celebrated at 2 p.m. Friday, March 10, at the Rupert Elks Lodge, located at 85 S. 200 W., in Rupert.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home of Burley.

Condolences for Lawrence 'Indian' Davids

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From Debbie Wilcox:
Indian was one of the kindest, most thoughtful man I’ve ever known. And yes , you knew exactly the way he felt about a situation. Prayers for his family and all who knew and loved him.
From Pamala parish ruby:
Sorry to hear of Indians passing. Loved to visit with him and his funny wit! Will alway was remember his big smile! Rip!
From Rachel Robinson:
I’ll miss seeing him enjoy the outdoors or soaking in the warmth from the fireplace. He always loved a conversation and loved sharing fresh fruit and veggies with others. Very thoughtful and always concerned about others people. He will be missed in many ways.
From David & Deanna Dal Soglio:
So sorry we missed your celebration. We were ready to leave when the blizzard hit. We’ll always miss you Indian. You were special to so many people.
From David & Deanna Dal Soglio:
So sorry we missed your celebration. We were ready to leave when the blizzard hit. We’ll always miss you Indian. You were special to so many people.
From Art Benavidez:
He was a good friend, we had a lot of good times playing American Legion baseball and softball. He was the only guy I know who could steal a base without sliding. Rest in peace, you will be missed.
From Merlin Wilson:
He fiercely loved his life, independence, his family and friends. I will cherish having been his roomie and friend The Fish will live in my memory always.
From Art Benavidez :
RIP Indian man a good friend. Played a lot of baseball and softball. The only guy that could steal a base and not slide. Had a lot of fun
From Sheila B. Adams:
He was always cheering up someone else. A lover of golf at RCC to the end of his playing days. Peace to all the Davids family
From Kathy Warnick:
He was a good friend, he always had a smile, and something funny to say.
From Farrell Williams:
I could write a best seller of the good times me and lndian aka my version chiefy had we were roommates teammates and like brothers the good times were neverending! My heart breaks.
From Judi Forschler :
Lawrence loved life ! So many memories! May he RIP ! Condolences to his family and friends.
From MaryAnn Woodhouse:
He loved to tease me and was brutally honest with his comments. Always a good time. Prayers for his family
From David Cole :
Lots of memories from school to the baseball fields in the summer RIP prayers for your family
From Brian Smith:
Will miss your wit and sense of humor. Sorry to see you go.
From Susi McCall :
Indian was my friend since grade school,! Loved him
From John Walsh in New York:
Gosh! Where to start We met in the 70s. His big smile is with me now. My condolences to his loved ones.
From Bob Wageman:
Bob and Linda Wageman. The Indian. Great neighbor, best of friends. Many hunting trips, softball tournaments, parties etc. loved him a ton. Party on my friend.
From Ron Lynch:
Many fond memories of "Indian" golfing with us at RCC. Rest in peace
From Vickie Samuelson :
How sad! He was a great man. He will be missed.
From Carla Mortenson:
So many great memories of Indian, he was a forever friend. Rest in peace.

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