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William R. (Davy) Davis
Sharptown Fire Dept
Seaford Fire Dept
2/19/2010 -

William R. (Davy) Davis

It is with our deepest and sincerest regrets to inform you that William R. (Davy) Davis has answered his last alarm on February 19th, 2010. Davy was a longtime member of the Sharptown and Seaford Fire Departments as a FireFighter/Paramedic. Davy was also a founding member of the Barren Creek Band playing rythm guitar and singing. Davy will be greatly missed by everyone who had a chance to meet him.


A time of visitation for Davy will be from 7-9PM will be @ Oak Ridge Baptist Church (K-Mart Shopping Center, Salisbury) this WED (2/24). A celebration of his life will take place with a special focus on his love 4 music & his service as a Firefighter/Paramedic this Saturday (2/27) @ 1PM at the Fireman's Memorial Building in Sharptown, MD.

SEAFORD -- William R. Davis, 47, known to his loved ones as 'Davy,' went home to be with his Lord on Friday, Feb. 19, 2010, at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Davy was born Nov. 16, 1962, in Salisbury to William and Margaret Davis.

He graduated from Mardela High School in 1980 and held several various jobs throughout his life due to his many talents and gifts.

But his passion for people and love of music led him to his two careers: paramedic (Lifestar) and local musician (Barren Creek).

Davy moved from Sharptown to Seaford in 2000 to be with his lifelong love, Lynn Morean.

Davy's love for people and strong sense of service led him to serve in local fire departments.

He was a lifelong member of the Sharptown Fire Department and was currently volunteering at the Seaford Fire Department for fire/rescue and EMS services. His compassion led him to serve in and promote St. Jude's Children's Research and Relay for Life.

Everyone who had the opportunity to meet and know Davy fell in love with his humor, sarcasm, sense of play, love of people and passion for life and family.

Davy is survived by his wife, Lynn Morean; his father, William T. Davis; his siblings, Celeste Bennett and Larry Davis; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. As he crossed from this life to the next, he was surrounded by many of his family members, demonstrating their love and care for this gentle and loving man. As he entered eternity, he was greeted by his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and his mother, who preceded him by 12 years.

Friends may call on the family at Oak Ridge Baptist Church, KMart shopping center, in Salisbury, Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. A service to celebrate his life will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Sharptown Fireman's Memorial Center, located on Joe Morgan's Road in Sharptown. Pastor Brian Moss will officiate.

In lieu of flowers, please send your financial gift to either of the fire departments or charities that he served with so faithfully.

Arrangements are with Zeller Funeral Home in Salisbury.


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