Retired T. Sgt Allen Davis Jr.

Saint Stephen, South Carolina

Apr 5, 1937 – Jul 4, 2019 (Age 82)


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Retired T. Sgt Allen Davis, Jr. ST. STEPHEN, SC - Retired T. Sgt Allen Davis, Jr., born in St. Stephen, SC, passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 4, 2019, in Lebanon, PA. T. Sgt Davis faithfully served his country in 3 tours in Vietnam in the US Air Force. He also retired from the Taft Road...

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I'm so sorry for your loss. He was my friend and I loved him like a brother. I'm glad that I was blessed to spend 4 wonderful days with both of y'all around 3 years ago. My regret is that we didn't have more contact. My condolences go out for you Billy and your families due to the loss of this special and wonderful man.

He was a great man. My thoughts and prayers are for Billie and the family

Al was a loving giving man that always made me feel welcome and part of the family. May he collect his golden rewards in heaven. I am so sorry for your pain of loss, Billie. He was a great man and will be missed but remembered fondly

My thoughts and prayers are with you Billie and the entire family. David and I loved AL and he will be missed dearly.

In the short time that I met you I called you my pop so sad that you are gone to the family may God grant you all peace and comfort miss Billy my adopted mom LOL I will always love you

I am so sorry for your loss of this wounderful man.
He was a great man that always had a smile anytime he saw me. I love and fondly remember his nick name of "mouth " for me. Blessings and Prayers of love and Support to all his family and friends. A special hug and thought for my best sister friend, Billie Jean, love you girl.
God Bless you Mr. Al ,I will miss you.

Al I'm so happy our family was a part of your life . My sister couldn't have asked for a better partner in this life. We will miss you my brother in law fly high Love you always

Michael and Family: You have my sympathies in the loss of such a heroic Dad. He serve his communities and country well. Liz Page

So sorry for your loss. He was a good man . He had a good sense of humor. Sending prayers to you and the family