Thomas Allen Davis

Thomas Allen Davis, 67, of Rosenberg, Texas, passed away, Tuesday February 16th, 2021 at Methodist Hospital after suffering from a massive stroke. Tom was born January 16, 1954 in Richmond, Texas to Buddy and Hildegarde Davis. In 1973 he graduated from Madison High School in Houston, Texas. Tom’s first job was at Cameron Iron Works, then he went on to be employed at Gulf States Tube until the company closed sometime during 2001. Tom then went on to work for Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and only retired a little over 2 years ago.

While retired Tom spent most of his time watching football, scary movies, listening to AM radio and enjoying food and drinks with his close friend Ms. Emma. His favorite song was King of the Road by Roger Miller and he loved singing it with his family and friends on any given day. Until his health started impacting him he also enjoyed playing tennis, skating, riding roller coasters, and going out and dancing with family and friends. His charming smile, spicy humor and love of sports are some of his most memorable traits. Tom loved spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren whenever he could. He particularly enjoyed tickling and aggravating the kids, and enjoyed traveling, visiting casinos, and having a margarita with his daughters.

Tom is survived by his two daughters, Karen Dianne Reeves and her husband Jamie of Rosenberg TX, Tiffany Ann Leschber and her husband Christopher of Hutto, TX; three granddaughters, Megan Martin and her husband John of Lorena, TX, Kaitlyn Reeves of Santaquin, UT and Eva Leschber of Hutto, TX; and his great grandchildren Hudson and Hadlee Martin of Lorena, TX. He was preceded in death by his parents, Buddy and Hilda Davis, uncle Frankie Bartos and grandson Ezra Arnold Leschber in 2020.

A Celebration of Life, will be held on April 17, 2021 at 12:00pm (private banquet hall at La Casona, 28000 Southwest Fwy, Rosenberg, TX 77471). We will be gathering to share some of our favorite memories, our stories, to laugh, to cry and remember a wonderful person who is greatly missed!

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