Roger Dale Davis
16 May, 1951 – 5 October, 2021
Roger Davis, 70 of Liberty, Texas passed away, October 5, 2021. He was born May 16, 1951 in Beaumont, Texas to Lionel and Eva Lou Davis.
Roger was a long time resident of Liberty and retired from the City of Liberty Parks Department. He graduated from South Park High School in Beaumont, Texas in 1969. He will be greatly missed by the family and friends he leaves behind including his son, Stanley Davis and wife Mary; daughter, Aleshia Davis; grandchildren, Dustin Saxon, Alanis Davis and Shawn Smoot; great-granddaughter, McKenzie Saxon and sister, Gloria Turner. Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Lionel and Eva Lou Davis and his brother, Rex Davis.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.earthmanbaytown.com for the Davis family.
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Roger Dale Davis
30 October 2021
All through high school was my best friend , wow Sullivan street a great place to live. It all changed after graduation everyone went to the 4 winds and beyond. Thanks for the memories. Robert ellis
17 October 2021
Very sorry to hear this, I worked with Rodger for a long time at the city. He taught me a lot over the years, and shared many stories, use to run into him from time to time at Walmart, and we would spend an hour just catching up. RIP my old friend.
12 October 2021
Roger was a friend and neighbor. May he rest in peace.
Deborah (Debbie) Mullins
10 October 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. I grew up in Moss Bluff and I went to Shiloh Baptist Church for many years. I knew Mr. Lionel, I think mainly because he was a very respected friend of our dad. I was blessed to have known Mrs, EvaLou. I love that lady so much. I used to sit with her at church. She had the most beautiful smile. Rex used to hang out with all of us in the Bluff. He was like a brother to me. We were devastated when we lost him. My brother, Steven, has been caring for a dear family friend, Howard Nevue (aka Spider) for a long time and he actually saw Roger and talked to him not long ago at the care facility not knowing that would be the last time. While I didn't personally know Roger, I write this out of respect for his parents and his brother, who I know welcomed him right into Heaven. May God bless you during these days ahead, but know he is with them all.