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April 30, 2013
I was a member of the team the first year Coach came to Darien. He changed the way the players approached the game and for me personally the way I viewed life. He was a very inspirational man and I am a better person for having had him in my life.

God bless Coach and his family.
April 30, 2013
When you look back in your life there are just a few people, besides your parents, who made a true difference in who you are today. Coach Davison was one of those people in my life. He was inspirational, a true motivator, and educator, and above all, a gentlemen. I am eternally grateful for his influence when I was a young man playing football at DHS. God bless him and his family
April 30, 2013
One of the most inspiring history teachers I ever had, I credit Jack Davison with inspiring me to study history and political science in college. I still tell my kids about his classes - how he made history come alive in a way very few high school teachers were willing or able to do. For example, demonstrating the causes of WWI by having the class divide up into various alliances; learning about the muckrakers of the early 1900's by having us read Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle"; arranging discounted tickets to the Darien movie theater so we could see "The Deer Hunter" when studying the Vietnam War. I was his student 34 years ago and I still remember him vividly. Rest in Peace, Mr. Davison. Let us hope your legacy lives on.
April 30, 2013
Never had him as a coach, but as a teacher, he was second to none. The 10-15 pages term papers were turned around overnight into a mass of red ink and highlights matched with many words of encouragement. His passion for history and his gift for conveying it to students was probably matched only by these same qualities for football that endeared him to his players.
April 29, 2013
A class act with an amazing ability to motivate and positively drive teenagers to perform at their best level . A true gift to us all. Thanks Coach

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