March 28, 2014
Tom, Jon and Nancy - My deepest sympathies on the lose of Big Tom as my family always called him. I worked for him, got drilled by him, and listened to many a band on the porch at the lake. May you find warmth from family and friends during this difficult time. He was a good man that meant a lot to all in our family.
Dear Family, I was so sorry to read of Tom's passing. I remember Tom as recommending my dentists, peridontists, etc when I came to Allentown. As I read his obituary I did remember the rest of his life as I came to know him as a great friend of my father Bill McDonald. I say "great friend" because my fondest memory of him is when he visited my father because he knew that my father only had days to live. Not many people do that. But that was your father. I do remember him as a kind, thoughtful, man of God who lived out his faith. And there is no doubt in my mind that when he got to Heaven his God said, "Well done, my good and faithful servant."
Dear tom, Jonathan, Nancy and Family,
I was so sorry to learn of your father's passing, although I know that these last few years brought ill health. Your father was a wonderful man, and I was privileged to get to know him while I served as pastor at Grace UCC from 2002 to 2012. He attended church faithfully, and made a positive contribution to the world around him and the many people whose lives he touched. He spoke often of your mother, and was very proud of all of you. You can be so proud of him for a life well lived. My condolences to your family.
In Christian love,
Rev. LaVerne and Harvey Passman
I will always remember `Doc. Davis foremost, as the big-hearted Assistant Scoutmaster. Tom always made sure his 'boys' had a place in his home, or at the lake house. Never was there a dull moment when Tom was around. If he wasn't helping the scouts earn a merit badge, he was making sure that they learned waterskiing or ice fishing or some other outdoor oriented activity. With Tom's assistance, a new record was set in 1971, with 5 Boy scouts attaining the rank of Eagle scout in the same troop, at the same time. That feat earned a Recognition ceremony that included the Apollo Astronauts John Glenn, Buss Aldrin and Neil Armstong. (if I remember correctly) May Dr. Davis live long in our memories. He was loved by many, near and far.
REST IN PEACE. SYMPATHY WISHES TO THE ENTIRE FAMILY. God Bless, Joe Valek`s & Ann, `s nephew, Paul Knecht
Tom, Jon & Nancy,
I am so terribly sorry about Uncle Tommy, I wish our family would have been closer. I don't know what happened, but I regret not being closer. Please accept my condolences. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you!
Lisa, Chris, Jolie and Kay
My deepest sympathy and Christian love is extended to Tom, Jonathan, Nancy, and the entire family at this time of loss. I fondly recall your parents and our many visits and conversations while I served as their Pastor at Grace UCC, and remember officiating at Mom's funeral. Finally, they can be together again. May the peace of the Risen Christ offer you comfort and hope in the days ahead.
To the family of Mr. Davis, We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Mr. Davis. We would like to express our sincere condolences to the whole family. I have had the privilege & honor of knowing Mr. Davis when he would come with the Fellowship Manor bus to do their shopping at the Giant Food Store in Whitehall. I worked there as a cashier and every time I would see him he always had a smile on his face and always would say hello and see you next time when coming and going every time he was in the store. He was a wonderful, loving, and caring person who is now with our Lord Jesus. He is gone but will never ever be forgotten because of all the lives he touched during his time on this earth. Jesus & the guardian angels have accepted another angel on their team up in heaven to help look over the whole world. RIP Mr.Davis. Sincerely Michelle, Joseph, Robert