- 62 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 22, 1952
- Place of birth:
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
- Date of passing: Oct 2, 2015
- Place of passing:
Sarasota, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Thomas be with us forever|
Thomas M. Davis passed away peacefully in his home October 2, 2015 at the age of 62. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri on Nov. 22, 1952 to Mary Ann and Thomas Davis. He lived 60 years in St. Louis and raised his family and many extra children. He enjoyed his final days in Sarasota, Florida where he loved to go to the beach and enjoy the warm weather.
To know him was to love him. He was the loving husband to Cindy, Father of Amy (Jasen), and Jason (Heather). Grandfather to Dalton, Kayla, Dylan, Ethan, Landon and Skyler. Loving Brother to Sherry (Larry), Tim (Theresa), Theresa (Dale) and Barb (Ron). Uncle and cousin to many. Pops to thousands. Friend to everyone.
His Celebration of Life will be on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at the Moose Lodge #1513, 2705 Veteran's Memorial, St. Charles, Missouri 63303. It will be open from 1 pm until Midnight; however, there will be a service at 3 pm. After the service, there will be some light food and then on to a Celebration of His Life.
He was always that life of the party and wanted to ensure that his life was celebrated and not mourned.
"To my husband....I keep looking over my shoulder, thinking you would be there. You have been with me for 43 years and you have always been there whenever I needed something or just wanted a hug. I am trying to deal, but this is one of the hardest thing I have ever had to live thru. I am hoping the memorial in St. Louis will bring some closure, but I don't think I will ever stop looking for you. Thank you for our 2 beautiful babies and our 6 wonderful grandkids....I love you and miss you so much.....Luv Cin"
"WE will miss you but you will be in our hearts #1 Brother
"RIP Pop 'n' Fresh..........He was always Pop 'n' Fresh to me when he worked with my husband at Auto Zone. Then one day we got talking and he said that his step-grandmother was Fairy Hull Davis. Fairy was an aunt to my husband's sister-in-law and from that point we would talk about the Davis and Hull families. I've missed his wonderful and sometimes "sneaky" smile and will continue to miss him but know he's having a reunion with my husband and I'm sure they are having a good time together.
Debbi Girth Geer"
"I will always remember Pops as a kind, caring, and protective friend. He is missed greatly, and will never be forgotten."
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