In Memory

Steve Davis

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11/02/09 04:05 PM #1    

Billy Stevenson

Steve and I went all the way through school together. I will never forget at Warren Elementary School at lunch time Steve would never buy a typical school lunch but would have four ice cream sandwiches. So now after all these years I think of Steve everytime I have one. Steve was a great guy and went to soon in Nam as a lot of others.

01/30/10 10:22 AM #2    

Robin Hoffman (Reynolds)

Steve was a good friend. He was the only person to show up to my 15th birthday party. I found out later that a so called friend sabotaged the party. I was broken hearted to say the least and it flavored my life for a long time. But I will always remember that he came. I know you are enjoying heaven Steve.

02/19/10 03:02 PM #3    

Ricky (Rick) Fowler

From Military records Stephan Andrew Davis Specialist Four PERSONAL DATA Home of Record: Garland, TX Date of birth: 08/16/1950 MILITARY DATA Service: Army of the United States Grade at loss: E4 Rank: Specialist Four ID No: ****** MOS: 63B20: Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic Length Service: ** Unit: SVC BTRY, 2ND BN, 94TH ARTILLERY, 108TH ARTY GROUP, XXIV CORPS, USARV CASUALTY DATA Start Tour: 04/29/1971 Incident Date: 01/09/1972 Casualty Date: 01/09/1972 Age at Loss: 21 Location: Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Remains: Body recovered Casualty Type: Reason: Ground casualty Casualty

Viet Nam Memorial Washington DC Panel 02W Line 095

02/19/10 03:51 PM #4    

Ricky (Rick) Fowler

When I think of Steve...I remember a very energetic......happy go witted guy...quick with a joke & always with a smile on his gym class he was always climbing up walls, ropes or anything he could grip...he was very our senior year during one of our last victory dances in 1969...he scaled the side of the building and climbed on the top of the gym roof...he did a back flip off the very top of the gym (where the victory dance was being held) ... landed on the ground...jumped to his feet...shook it off and just walked away like nothing happened.

Steve left the bounds of this world while serving our country...he made the ultimate sacrifice for us...The motto of the Army's 108th Artillary Group in which he served was "Deeds Above Words"...

I can imagine he paused at edge of the Pearly Gates...looked back and smiled..and then did a back flip into Eternity....and then walked away like nothing happened.

Rest in peace Bro.

05/06/12 03:54 PM #5    

Sheryl Tieperman (Clark -Skipper)

Ricky, I believe you nailed his personiality on the head.  I didn't know much about him except where he lived & he and my brother painted the water tower together.  He was a  friend of my older brother. (Don Tieperman)  Don had a simiular personality.   Birds of a feather.  Don passed away early in life as well.  So sad to lose such fun loving personialities to soon in live.  How I wish they were still here and could make us laugh like we used to.  Earth would be a much brighter place to be.   Thank you for your post, it brought back good memories.

07/19/12 07:53 AM #6    

Ricky (Rick) Fowler


Too many times the brightest fires burn out the quickest.

Peace be with you,


01/01/24 12:56 PM #7    

Becky Robinson

The one thing I remember about Steve is his love of dancing and his joy for life.  He was always my choice of dance partner at the Victory Dances.  I remember him with great fondness.  ❤️

01/04/24 06:03 PM #8    

Vickye Floyd (Caldwell)

Steve and I danced at "sumpin else at north park. Never dated. I touched his name on the beautiful Vietnam monument. 

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