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Grand Prairie Funeral Home

733 Dalworth Street, Grand Prairie, TX

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Robert Tyler Davis Jr

10 août , 19533 mai , 2019
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Robert Tyler Davis Jr. was born August 10, 1953. On May 3, 2019 he lost his courageous battle with cancer. Loving husband of 42 years to Dolores Davis. Longtime resident of Grand Prairie until his death, former resident of Falfurrias, TX. Proudly served his country as a member of the United States Marine Corps. Semper Fidelis.

He enjoyed giving out nick names to family members. Served his community as a volunteer member of the Grand Prairie Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.S) organization.

He is now celebrating in Heaven with his parents: Joy Fay and Robert Tyler Davis Sr.; grandson Sean Trammell; grandparents and many aunts and uncles.

Survived by wife "Lole" "D" Dolores Davis; children: Melissa Trammell and husband, Brad, Jay Manson and wife, Josie, Travis Davis, Laura Lane and husband, Trenton; grandchildren: Aaron Manson and wife, Johnna, Mathew Manson and wife, Melissa, Daniel H Alaniz, Elyscia Rich and husband, Matthew, Summer Wilson and husband, Tyler, Grayce Mae Lane, Dakota Trammell; great-grandchildren: Anthony Manson, Madelynn Manson, Zaxton Wilson, Charlotte Manson, Lennox Wilson, Elena Claire Rich; siblings: Jack Davis and wife, Kathy, Joann "Carrot" Hunter and husband, Johnny, Ellen Petrie, Janet Koppel, Pat Koppel; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

In lieu of flowers the family requests a donation in any amount made to: Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, 816 Indiana Ave. McAlester, OK 74501 or PO Box 50921, Denton, TX 76206.

A special thank you to the Cowtown Warriors of Fort Worth, Texas.

Services

  • Memorial Service vendredi, 7 juin , 2019
  • Committal Service vendredi, 7 juin , 2019

Souvenirs

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Don Huffman

9 juin , 2019

Expressing appreciation for the Marine Military Service of Corporal Robert Davis for our great country. Prayer go out to the Lord in Heaven for the family and many friends for comfort in their loss. It was an honor to stand and fire a salute at his service at DFW National Cemetery.
d Huffman, Army vet, PGR and DFWHG member.

Markeita Moore

9 mai , 2019

Robert thanks for your service in the US Marines & being my Facebook friend. You’re positive & funny! I’m thankful for your 3 sisters & love them being in my life 🙏🏻💕. I’m praying for all your family for them to rest knowing you’re with our Lord!

Janet Koppel

8 mai , 2019

Well, he gave me my nickname when I was pretty little. He called me 'Fat Gal'. Unfortunately, it fit. Even more unfortunate, it still fits! But being the awesome big brother he was, he stopped calling me that when he realized it might embarrass me. He was ALWAYS there for me. I've always admired his intelligence, the fact that he is a Marine, his courage, his strength, his wit, and that he chased his dreams. He would help anyone that he could. He worked hard to provide for his family. He was a good man. I will miss him but I will think of him often. R.I.P. big brother. I love you.

Jerry Newman

8 mai , 2019

Robert and Jack lived in Cedar Hill , they were the closest cousins in proximity , so we visited a lot . Only Robert and Jack and Steve and I will know the significance of this : Noxema jars and cow chip wars ....... great memories !

Wilson Family

8 mai , 2019

With love. Summer Wilson(show-me), Tyler Wilson, Zaxton Paul Wilson, Lennox Liam-Kelly Wilson.

Bruce Johnson

8 mai , 2019

Robert, and I shared memories of the Corp (him) and my times in the USN..
Also we both were gear jammers at sometime in our careers. For a Marine and Squid to get along as we did. We both understood where the other was coming from. But our short time as C.O.P. members carried the greatest weight. Proud to have Robert as FB friend. Rest in the arms of God Robert.

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Biographie

Robert Tyler Davis Jr. was born August 10, 1953. On May 3, 2019 he lost his courageous battle with cancer. Loving husband of 42 years to Dolores Davis. Longtime resident of Grand Prairie until his death, former resident of Falfurrias, TX. Proudly served his country as a member of the United States Marine Corps. Semper Fidelis.

He enjoyed giving out nick names to family members. Served his community as a volunteer member of the Grand Prairie citizens on patrol (C.O.P.S) organization.

He is now celebrating in Heaven with his parents: Joy Fay and Robert Tyler Davis Sr.; grandson Sean Trammell; grandparents and many aunts and uncles.

Survived by wife "Lole" "D" Dolores Davis; children: Melissa Trammell and husband, Brad, Jay Manson and wife, Josie, Travis Davis, Laura Lane and husband, Trenton; grandchildren: Aaron Manson and wife, Johnna, Mathew Manson and wife, Melissa, Daniel H Alaniz, Elyscia Rich and husband, Matthew, Summer Wilson and husband, Tyler, Grayce Mae Lane, Dakota Trammell; great-grandchildren: Anthony Manson, Madelynn Manson, Zaxton Wilson, Charlotte Manson, Lennox Wilson, Elena Claire Rich; siblings: Jack Davis and wife, Kathy, Joann "Carrot" Hunter and husband, Johnny, Ellen Petrie, Janet Koppel, Pat Koppel; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

In lieu of flowers the family requests a donation in any amount made to: Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, 816 Indiana Ave. McAlester, OK 74501 or PO Box 50921, Denton, TX 76206.

A special thank you to the Cowtown Warriors of Fort Worth, Texas.