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January 28, 2015
Dr. Davis was my first principal when he opened Memphis Prep in 1973; I was his French and Spanish teacher. He was a devoted and enthusiastic administrator. My condolences to Adrienne and Scott.
February 09, 2013
David was my fifth cousin and dear friend. We met online doing genealogy research. We collaborated in several projects. One day when I was visiting Memphis, he took me to the cemetery where he and his family would be buried and showed me his tombstone. I miss him very much. A true gentleman in every respect who loved his family very much.
February 07, 2013
Although having never met Dr. Davis, I can recall his son's (Scott) good-hearted, deep-voiced imitation of him -full of respect and admiration. I miss Scott and sincerely miss the opportunity at having one day met his father.
Mary Dowell, Los Angeles, CA
December 03, 2011
I never met Mr. Davis and knew him only through his scholarly contributions to preserving and sharing the history of the Davis, Ragland, and Bowe families and through our brief correspondence a decade ago.

He will be remembered by unborn generations with gratitude for his generosity and foresight in preserving our shared identity.

Jonathan D. Bow
Austin, Texas
October 11, 2011
Dear family of Dr. Davis
Mr. Davis was my Senior English Teacher at Whitehaven High School. What I remember most about him was that he always encouraged me to do my best. I graduated from Memphis State and went on to achieve Masters Degrees in many teaching areas. He was the very best.
Jeania Carr Howard, Evans, Ga
October 11, 2011
Dr. Davis will be missed dearly by all here at Christian Brothers University, and especially here in the Department of Education. His legacy lives on!
October 05, 2011
Adrienne, Sending you sympathy in the loss of your husband.
Norma
October 04, 2011
God brings special people into our lives to shape us and mold us into the individuals that He would have us to be. Dr. David Davis was one of God's greatest and most successful servants. He shaped the lives of hundreds upon hundreds of people in a way that was uniquely his. His life lives on through the lives of each of us and we have the opportunity to share with others the many attributes and qualities that he shared with us each and every time he came in contact with us. May God Bless Adrienne, Clifford and Ann. Peace be with you, always.
October 04, 2011
David Davis was my teacher and mentor at CBU. He was a good man and role model. His devotion to Adrienne and his family were admired. I will miss his reassuring smile and quiet confidence. Dr. Davis, rest in peace my good friend. Job well done!
October 04, 2011
Dr. Davis, you were an extraordinary teacher; but, above all, I consider you a very good friend.

You will be greatly missed.
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