Date posted - October 3, 2013
Michael Davids, age 50, of Sibley, Iowa, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at his home in Sibley.
Michael is the husband of Cristee Davids and father of Michael J. Davids, Matthew G. Davids and Caige C. Davids, all of Sibley, Iowa.
Michael Allen Davids was born on February 6, 1963 in San Rafael, California. He is the son of John and Dianna Sue (Campbell) Davids. He lived his youth and attended school in El Cajon, California, raised by his mom, Diana and his grandmother, Ella Campbell, to be a man with God in his heart. Mike worked as a landscaper in his teen and young adult years.
He was united in marriage to Cristee Vargas of San Jose, California, on August 8, 1988, in California. Mike was employed putting up chain-link fence for five years in San Jose. They moved to El Cajon, California with their son, Michael, where Mike worked at a factory as a machine operator. In 1997, Matthew was born and the family moved to Sibley, Iowa, where Mike worked as a machine operator for ten years. In 2001, Caige was born. They continued to live in Sibley.
Mike loved to tinker and enjoyed learning and figuring out how mechanical things worked. He could fix almost anything. He enjoyed teaching and watching his boys learn how to fix their bike and change tires.
Mike enjoyed making people laugh. He was a loving, compassionate man and a good father to his boys. He loved his boys with all his heart. He was devoted to his wife and best friend. They spent 25 years together, during great times, good times, hard times, bad times and sad times. He will be missed very much by his wife. They were, are, and always will be, devoted to each other. Mike said from day one, they were always meant to be together.
He was Mike to everyone, Mikey only to Cristee, and Papa to only three.
Michael’s body was cremated and no Memorial Services are planned at this time.
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