Harmonica player extraordinaire, former teacher, woodworker, father, step-father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Niles P Davis of Parsonsfield and Pittsfield, Maine passed away Sunday, April 26, 2015 with family by his side. Niles was born in Springvale, ME on August 10, 1931, the son of Ansel Davis and Velma (Sturgeon) Davis. He attended school at Good Will Hinckley in Fairfield, ME and received a degree in teaching from University of Maine, Farmington. Niles was a member of the Fraternal Order of Masons, loved woodworking, had a great sense of humor, was a good friend, loved animals, especially his dog Tara, and had a large blended family, all of whom he loved dearly. While attending Good Will Hinckley, he made many friends who he also considered his family. This is where he met and married his first wife, Jeanie Burns in 1952, with whom he had one daughter. Niles served in Korea from 1952-1954 as an MP. As with most of his generation, he didn’t speak much of his experiences, but was proud to have served his country. He taught in Chatham Public Schools on Cape Cod for many years before moving to Simsbury, CT with his second wife, Lillian (Connie) Willis and his now blended family. He taught in Connecticut for a number of years before moving to Parsonsfield at which time he taught school in Saco, ME, until his retirement. After Connie passed away, he reconnected with his very first girlfriend from Good Will Hinckley, Geraldine (Gifford) Bishop, whose husband had passed some years before. He and Gerry married in 2000; his blended family became even larger! Niles is survived by his wife Gerry, his daughters: Dawna-Jean (Davis) Turchon , Ana Willis, Beverly (Willis) Eager, Constance (Willis) Wocell, Geraldine (Willis) Arab; sons: Mitchell Willis, Barry Bishop, Terry Bishop and their spouses; brothers Robert Davis, Roland Davis, Sandy Duncan, Roger Munsey, Jr, Jack Munsey, sister Joyce Price and their spouses. Niles also is survived by cousins, and many nieces, nephews, grand and great-grandchildren. The family wishes to thank the doctors and nurses of EMMC, Bangor for the excellent care given to Niles and family during his stay there, to Jeff Forsythe and Lawry Brothers Funeral home for all the preparations in sending Niles to his final resting place. There will be a memorial service on May 9, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Moody Chapel on the KVCC Campus at Good Will Hinckley in Fairfield, ME, with the Rev. Mark Tanner officiating. A burial service will follow at 3p.m. at Elder Grey Cemetery, Chadbourne Ridge Road, Waterboro, ME. One of Niles’ passions was Good Will Hinckley School. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation in his name to www.gwh.org.