Damon Davids

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Damon John Davids

March 26, 1975

January 28, 2003

It has been ten long years since you left us my beautiful son. It has been an eternity; it has been but a blink of the eye.

Damon John Davids, beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, uncle and father passed away on January 28, 2003 in Reno at the age of 27. He was born at St. Mary's Hospital in Reno, Nevada on March 26, 1975 to John L. Davids and Kathleen S. Davids Morser.

Damon attended elementary school in Silver Springs, middle school in Fernley, and graduated from Fernley High School in 1996. Damon loved baseball and played Little League, Senior League and for Fernley High. He always dreamed of playing professional baseball someday.

Damon worked in the construction field, operated equipment, and had worked as an apprentice electrician. Damon was funny and quick-witted, very loving and always had a smile. He enjoyed music, funny movies, was very artistic, and loved to draw and write poetry. No matter where he was, he always came home for Christmas to be with his family.

Damon's father, John L. Davids joined him on July 3, 2010. They rest together at the Fernley cemetary. Damon is survived by his mother Kathleen S. Morser (Bobby Garrison); brothers Dennis C. Davids (Kimberly), and Robert F. Morser (Lisa) of Fernley, and sister Kimberly Loudermilk (Mark) of Reno; daughter Alexandra N. McKay of Quincy; nieces Taylor A. Davids and Liliana Rose of Fernley; nephews Frank R. Morser, Jeremy Damon Morser, Rueben D. Morser and Nathanial Rose of Fernley and Caleb Damon Loudermilk of Reno; grandparents Fred and Nancy Marchbank of Reno; Aunts Susan McGee (Larry) of Sparks and Jennifer Teixeira (Joe) of Reno; Uncle Fred Marchbank, Jr. of Reno; cousins Heather Balaam (Darin) of Sparks, Brian McGee of Reno, Angela Teixeria of Arizona, Tiffiani Puliti (Damian) of Reno and Joey Teixeira (Justin) of Reno; and numerous great aunts and uncles and second cousins.

Damon, you are missed and loved everyday. You will be in our hearts forever.

Published in Reno Gazette-Journal on Jan. 28, 2013
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