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Tommy Clark Davis

June 1, 1940 — April 14, 2020


Tommy Clark Davis was born June 1, 1940 in Nocona, Texas to Travis and Tommie Davis. He graduated high school in 1958. After high school he attended on semester of college for his mother. After leaving college, he worked a few odd jobs before entering the oil field as a rough neck. He met the love of his life, Betty, in 1959 and they were married Saturday, March 4, 1961 in Spearman, Texas. To this union, two sons, Terry and David were born.  

Tommy’s job transferred him to Beaver in 1966. After 38 years he retired from Valero to work full time at his spraying business. During his 52 years in Beaver, he was a very active member of the community where he served on the Beaver Library Board for many years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Beaver. He was a deacon, Sunday School teacher, Sunday School Director and he spent a lot of his time with the youth group at the light house. He really enjoyed taking the R.A. Boys to camp every year. When he wasn’t working or serving his community, he was always tinkering in his shop. He loved working on cars or small engines, but his greatest passion in life was his family. He really enjoyed taking family vacation every year. He loved spending as much time with his five grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

The Lord called Tommy home on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 in Beaver, Oklahoma. He is preceded in death by his father, Travis, mother Tommie, an brother Bobby. He is survived by his wife, Betty of Beaver, Oklahoma, son Terry and wife Sarah of Atchison, Kansas, son David and wife Tonya of Beaver, Oklahoma, brother, Arthur Keith Davis of Borger, Texas, sister Karron Gregory of Garland, Texas, sister Betty Lou Haiduk of Panhandle, Texas, his five grandchildren, Hannah, Drew, Lauren, Anthony and Blake, his three great grandchildren, Madison, Alex and Adan and a host of nieces and nephews and friends.


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