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Thomas Wilson Davis, Jr., son of Thomas Wilson Davis, Sr. and Shirley
Louise Jackson, was born on June 15, 1964 in Baltimore, Maryland. He
departed this earth on September 10,2019.
Thomas was educated in the Baltimore City and Baltimore County
For a time Thomas worked in the culinary field and at the time of his
death was employed by Becton Dickinson.
In his early years, he joined the Moorish Science Temple of America.
Later, he gave his life to Christ and became a member of Greater Refuge
At the age of 14, Thomas read the books, "Man-Child in The Promised
Land" and "Native Son" and became an avid reader of all types of
literature. He also wrote short stories and poetry.
Thomas loved all sports especially football, he was a huge fan of the
Baltimore Ravens. As a teenager, he enjoyed playing football and basket-
ball. He also liked to play card games, Pinochle in particular.
Thomas loved his family. His parents and siblings well being was always
of great concern to him and he checked on them regularly. He had a
special place in his heart for children.
Thomas had a smile that would light up a room. It was rare to see him not
smiling or laughing. He loved people and people loved him.
Thomas was preceded in death by his brother, Hank Holmes.
Thomas is survived by: his father, Thomas Wilson Davis, Sr.; his mother,
Shirley Louise Jackson; three brothers, Kelly Davis, Jason Davis and
Evan Davis; one sister, Jennell Davis; his stepfather, Rodney Kevin
Jackson; his stepmother, Denise McDuffie and a host of aunts, uncles,
nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.