OBITUARY

Troy Richard Davis

June 20, 1961November 19, 2020

Troy Davis, 59, set off on his final journey on November 19, 2020, after a long and hard fight against cancer. Troy was born on June 20, 1961, to Dick and Connie Davis, in Sioux City, Iowa. As a child, he lived throughout the Midwest and graduated from Marshalltown High School in 1979. He later made his home in Fort Dodge, running part of the family business, before moving to Glendale, Arizona in 1997.

A thrill-seeker and lover of adventure, he knew no bounds and often pushed himself and others to the brink. Troy brought life to the party and humor to every situation. He had a t-shirt for every stop along the way and a nickname for everyone he met. He joked constantly, laughed loudly and loved intensely.

Troy’s greatest treasures were being a dad and being a Papa. He is survived by his daughter, Christina (Skylar) Lempinen, grandson, Axton, and granddaughter arriving in February 2021, along with his ex-wife and close friend, Cindy Davis. Troy was preceded in death by his daughter, Ashley, and his parents.

Also left with a lifetime of memories are Troy’s sister, Susan, and his three brothers, Steve, Terry and Kevin. Many nieces and nephews will also greatly miss their Uncle Troy.

Friends and family are invited to a Celebration of Life on January 9th, 2021. Please see below for more information and to share your favorite stories about Troy.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to www.standuptocancer.org.

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Julie Robbins

November 28, 2020

Troy had a gift of making "where ever he was at, was the place to be. Always a good time with Troy he will be dearly missed

Virginia dunchus

November 28, 2020

From the first day he walked into my joy he became one of my best friends.He used to say virginia your the only reason I come in here Needless to say other employees would just look and he'd be laughing as he went out the door.peace and love my friend.see you in heaven

Chari Clayborn

November 28, 2020

Your father was one in a million. His nickname for me was "kid". He was a person that people feel immediately drawn to, just as I was when I started with XPO. He was one of my first friends there. He showed off that grand baby to everyone, always had a story to tell of the newest adventure. He was so proud of all of you. He adored being a Papa and enjoyed the time spent with all of you so very much. He will always have a special place in my heart. He will never be forgotten. May you fly high among Angels Troy, and may your family find peace in the memories of you they hold in their hearts. Until we meet again...Godspeed to you. You were and are, loved by so many.

Eric Dial

November 23, 2020

Troy was a kind hearted soul and will be missed by many. He was always a good worker and nice to be around. My most sincere condolences on his passing.

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