Gandhi Davis, (John Morgan Davis,Jr.), age 68, of West End, N.C., passed away on  Saturday, March 14, 2015 , at First Health Reid Heart Center, Pinehurst, N.C.   A memorial service will be held at a later date.   He was born February 25, 1947, in Moore Co., N.C.   He was a veteran of the U. S. Army and served during the Vietnam conflict.  He was preceded in death by his father, John M. Davis and beloved nephew Ben Dowd.   He is survived by his mother, Ariel Davis of West End, N.C., his son, Brian Davis of Marshall Co., KY.  He is also survived by three sisters, Tara Dowd (Neil) of West End, Dixie Presley, (Buddy) of Carthage, Jenny Dietz (Jessie) of Southern Pines and many nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, many cousins and friends.   Those who knew him knew his love of music, life, and having a good time.  NFNF and ROCK-N-ROLL!!!   Fry & Prickett Funeral Home is serving the family.   Online condolences may be made at

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  1. Love and prayers go out to family of Gandhi. It was always a treat to run into Gandhi as he always had a big smile on his face and something funny to say. He will certainly be missed by many, but knowing he is at peace now will help in the days ahead. Mem

  2. So sorry to hear of Gandhi’s passing, my ole pal, buddy,and hang out. We had a lot of fun growing up like throwing horse biscuits, and pine cones at passing car, setting fires in the road, etc. I’ll always remember these times together with a smile on my

  3. Dear Gandhi,

    My dear cousin. I did not have the opportunity to celebrate with you in this short life. This brings to me a very special grief and loss. However, Sweetheart, we shall ‘Rock!’ very soon. …while laughing and praising the Lord together.

  4. Good ole Gandhi! I have never met anyone with such a great spirit. I will truly miss him and my love and prayers go out to the family. I have several memories of Gandhi coupled with laughter, great friends, and good times. He will be missed and never forg

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