Robert Bruce Davis, Sr., affectionately known as Bob, passed away on February 8, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of warmth, love, and cherished memories.
Memorial Service for Robert will be held 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 5 p.m. until the hour of the service at the funeral home.
Born on August 1, 1942, in Fall River, Massachusetts, he later moved to Clarksville, Tennessee in 2004. Bob's unwavering dedication to his family and friends and his vibrant personality endeared him to everyone he encountered. Throughout his life, Bob's career revolved around the car industry. He owned his own business and worked for various establishments in the field. Jenkins and Wynne became his final place of employment before retiring. Family meant the world to Bob, and he found true joy in the love they shared. On his birthday in August of 2021, he married the love of his life, Kim Beck-Davis. Their bond was a source of strength and happiness for both of them. Bob's sons, Chris Davis and Robert Davis Jr., held a special place in his heart. His sisters Lauria Delisle and Ruthie Mergher were also very dear to him. Bob also leaves behind many nieces and nephews, most of whom live out west. Bob's infectious energy lit up any room he entered. He had an extraordinary capacity to make others smile and brought immeasurable happiness wherever he went. Nothing delighted him more than spending time with family and friends. The golf course was a sanctuary for Bob; it provided not only an opportunity to enjoy the sport but also a chance to connect with those closest to him. The laughter shared during those times will forever echo in the hearts of those who knew him. A lover of seafood, Bob never missed an opportunity to savor the flavors from the deep blue sea. Bowling was another one of his passions where he excelled beyond imagination by achieving the remarkable feat of scoring a perfect game – a perfect 300!Bob also took great pride in the time that he scored a hole in one during a fun game of golf. These activities brought him immense pleasure and created fond memories cherished by all. Bob's departure has left an indescribable void in the hearts of his family. He is preceded in death by his mother, Laura Davis, and brothers, Eddie and Wally Davis.Robert is also preceded in death by his first wife, of 30 years, Diane Davis. The pain of his absence is tempered only by the abundance of love and memories he left behind. The legacy of kindness and affection lives on through Kim, his loving wife, and their shared journey of love and devotion. Though Bob may no longer be physically present, his spirit will forever remain alive in the hearts of those whose lives he touched. His family and friends are deeply grateful for the love, joy, and everlasting memories he brought to their lives.
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