ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gerald Davis 86 years old , born on May 18, 1929 and passed away on March 26, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Tracy Taylor-Davis on May 24, 2020
Wishing I could visit your grave in Rhode Island and see the flag they install and leave a wreath. You were so proud of your service in the Navy and the Korean war as well as your many years in the reserves.
Posted by James Di Maria on May 22, 2020
Remembering brother Gerry with much affection and love. Thank you for your service to country and God.
Posted by Tracy Taylor-Davis on March 26, 2020
Today marks 4 years from Gerry's passing. I miss him and the warmth of him by my side. I am thankful I had the joy of his presence next to me for the amount of time we were married. I choose to remember the great times we had together instead of his suffering at the end. I am so glad I was holding his hand at the end as he passed on into Gods arms.
Posted by James Di Maria on May 19, 2019
In remembrance to a wonderful brother in Christ.
You will always be in our hearts and minds.
Gone but not forever...
.
Posted by Tracy Taylor-Davis on May 18, 2019
Today is Gerry's date of birth. I miss his lovely smile, infectious laugh, and twinkle in his eye. Miss playing cribbage with him. I rarely won, but enjoyed his instructional patients. I'll light a birthday candle tonight in memory of his birth. His loving wife Tracy
Posted by Tracy Taylor-Davis on March 27, 2019
It's been three years and I long for your smile and arm around my shoulder. I miss our cribbage games and rides in the country. till we are joined again in heaven I will cherish your memory.
Posted by James Di Maria on March 26, 2019
To all who knew Gerald, he was indeed the most kind and warm soul.He will always be miss.
As he sleeps in the Lord,we will see him some day soon. When the last trumpet shall sound,and those who died in Christ will be resurrected first, and we who are alive will be caught up in the sky with our Lord,and be with him forever .
Posted by James Di Maria on March 26, 2017
Dear brother Gerard your are gone,but not forgotten.
Your amazing warm smile will be etch in our hearts and mind forever.
See you soon on Resurrection Day..
Posted by James Di Maria on May 18, 2016
In memory to a wonderful brother in Christ,I dedicate this memorial remembrance of life.To a gentil soul,your smile will be miss.See you
Gerald at ressurection day.
Posted by Tracy Taylor-Davis on May 18, 2016
Happy birthday Gerry. I miss you terribly. Today I would have started the morning with giving you a card and then a dinner out with a present. I had slated brand new slippers. The kind you love and hate to part with even when they are falling apart. I know you are in Gods presence and your new birth is the most magnificent. I am empty without your smile to brighten my day. Love you.
Posted by Todd Brown on April 3, 2016
I worked with Jerry for several years at Remax Post Road. He was always upbeat and yes he did have a great laugh! I always enjoyed his company
Posted by Louis Burgin on April 2, 2016
I was greatly blessed to have the opportunity to serve with Gerry in the Christ Church Furniture Connection ministry the last few years. He was dedicated to ensuring that pickups and deliveries were arranged, special circumstances were clear, and that crews were lined up to bless donors and recipients via this ministry. He will be greatly missed in that ministry and by all who knew him.
Posted by Kathleen Brown-Heru on March 31, 2016
How handsome he was in his uniform. It was sad news indeed to hear of our loss. With a grateful heart we can look forward to seeing him again. Know you'll both be there thru our Lord and Savior. Kathy
Posted by Laura Brown on March 31, 2016
I love the photo reminding us that Gerry had "joy in his heart and a twinkle in his eye." Beyond all his practical contributions in life and ministry, his joyful presence was a gift everywhere he went. Thank you, Gerry, for how you brightened many moments for many people!
Posted by James Di Maria on March 30, 2016
With deep sadness I have learn of the passing of our beloved Gerald
who I came to know and love when I was attending Christ Church years
ago.I always remember Gerald as a kind man,gentle spirit,and with his
special smile.I will always cherish in my heart found memories of this
precious brother.May the Lord bring confort to his wife and family.

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Posted by Tracy Taylor-Davis on May 24, 2020
Wishing I could visit your grave in Rhode Island and see the flag they install and leave a wreath. You were so proud of your service in the Navy and the Korean war as well as your many years in the reserves.
Posted by James Di Maria on May 22, 2020
Remembering brother Gerry with much affection and love. Thank you for your service to country and God.
Posted by Tracy Taylor-Davis on March 26, 2020
Today marks 4 years from Gerry's passing. I miss him and the warmth of him by my side. I am thankful I had the joy of his presence next to me for the amount of time we were married. I choose to remember the great times we had together instead of his suffering at the end. I am so glad I was holding his hand at the end as he passed on into Gods arms.
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Shared by Tracy Taylor-Davis on March 30, 2016

On March 26th, 2016, after a long heroic battle with cancer, Gerry passed onto the glory of God. I was blessed to walk by his side as his wife for almost 11 years. The song playing on this site was sung at our wedding. Gerry was at home on hospice care and I was able to hold and care for him. We have been loved and supported by famly and friends during this journey and especially by our church family, Christ Church, East Greenwich, Rhode Island. I will hold the memory of his gentle nature, wonderful smile, twinkling eyes and corny jokes in my my heart forever.