Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Army Sgt. Dwayne D. Davis

Remember Our Heroes

Sgt. Dwayne D. Davis was born on April 20, 1978, and finished his life's journey on April 22, 2008.

Dwayne graduated from Ray- Pec High School in 1998. He then entered the US Army and proudly served his country. During this time he served in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and two tours in Iraq. While serving he received numerous commendations and medals.

After discharge he married his wife, Cara, in Elk City, Okla., where they made their home and he began working for Unit Drilling.

Dwayne never met a stranger and had a huge heart. He was a great man and we will all miss his smiling face, bright eyes and humor.

Dwayne is survived by his wife Cara; parents, Donna and Doyle Davis; brother, Nick Davis and Krystal; grandparents, Eleanor and Jim Poindexter, Bennie Davis, Ethel and Kenneth Cornell; great-grandmother, Dorothy Short; daughter, Kailyn Davis; aunts, Sherri Davis and Lori Miller; aunts and uncles, David and Julie Halsey, Wanda and Dave Harris, Trenna and Randy Hayes, George and Dee Halsey, Terri and Don Fennelly, Scott and Theresa Halsey and Craig and Lisa Halsey and lots of other friends and family that love him.

Gone but Never Forgotten.

Interment was at Ft. Leavenworth National Cemetery.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love you and miss you so much Dwayne

Anonymous said...

His daughter Alexandra Russell loves and misses him very much. He made her so many promises. She will never forget him.

Anonymous said...

Dwayne I still can't take it that your gone. WE really need you here. It wasn't supposed to go down like that.

Anonymous said...

RIP Brother. You are the best Battle I ever had the pleasusre to serve with. Rakkasan!

Anonymous said...

Dwayne was one of the best guys I had the pleasure of serving with in the Rakkasans. He is greatly missed by all that know him.

Anonymous said...

We miss you cuz.

mom said...

Dwayne, even tho you are on my mind daily, its is this time of year, for families, that i miss you the most. RIP son...
GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN