OBITUARY

Eric Jay Davis

February 6, 1964January 9, 2021

On Saturday, January 9,2021, Eric Jay Davis, loving husband and father, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 56.

Eric was born on February 6, 1964 in Baltimore, Maryland to Charles and Rita (Zakozewski) Davis. He worked various jobs including iron work and truck driving before receiving a Computer Information Technology degree in 1992. Eric then worked as a computer programmer for 28 years in Maryland, Arizona, Florida, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. He became a father to Cecelia and Alycia Davis in the 1990’s. On December 29, 2000 he married Jennifer Phillips Davis and together they raised their son Aidan.

Eric loved nature, animals, and the outdoors. He spent much of his free time golfing or fishing with his son. He was also an avid music lover, another passion he and Aidan enjoyed together.

Eric was preceded in death by his father, Charles, his mother, Rita, and his two brothers Mark and Charles. He is survived by his wife Jennifer and his three children, Cecelia, Alycia, and Aidan.

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John Pfisterer

February 1, 2021

Rick was a real friend. We went to many concerts together. The first one was Black Sabbath , Iron Maiden and Judas Priest in Baltimore. Hung out many many times . We grew up across the street from each other. I use to hear him playing his Gibson Les Paul. Rest in peace my friend.

Allison Jones

February 1, 2021

Eric please rest in peace. I will miss our conversations. Prayers to your wife and family. I will miss you.
Gods Speed.

Angela Daniels

February 1, 2021

He would ride his motorcycle all year long. During the winter, it would take him 15 minutes to put his gear on. Loved his laugh.

The first night I met Ricky was at a party at Laura Smiths house. We had a case of the munchies so Ricky decided to make a pizza. He pulled all sorts of stuff out of the fridge and cupboards. He put at least 20 different toppings on it! I wish a picture existed. We had a great time that night.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY