I have known Ricky Davis since our days in high school, Bel Air Senior High,. I was class of 1970 and he was class of 1971. I last saw Ricky in 1972. Our Mutual friends, Steve and Nancy Cox, contacted me just now about Ricky's passing. I had no idea he was sick. I would however, like to extend my heartfelt condolences to all members of Ricky's family. May God grant you peace now and always. Thank you so much.
I personally did not know Ricky but Gilbert did. They spent many hours talking at Joppa store. My thoughts and
prayers are with you. May God soon give you peace. Love Margaret Riddick
May the good Lord comfort you in your time of sorrow. He opened up his arms and welcomed Rick home, granting him his gentle rest. Charlie has told me of the many times he and Ricky spent together at APGFD, memories he'll always treasure. Rick will be sorely missed, way too early for him to go. Bless you all.
I MADE THAT RIDE TO DELTA IN 20 MINUTES IN THAT RED PINTO BACK IN THE 70'S LISTENING TO BYE BYE AMERICAN PIE. HAD ALOT OF FUN WITH RICK. HE WAS A TRUE HARFORD COUNTY HERO. I WOULD TELL SOME STORIES BUT SOME MIGHT STILL BE UNDER INVESTIGATION. HE LEFT TO SOON. I THINK I WOULD HAVE TOLD HIM I LOVED HIM BUT MIGHT HAVE PUNCHED ME. SO SORRY!
I'm sure Ricky will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He really cared about his family and community. I am praying for his family. May you all receive the peace and comfort to help you deal with this loss.