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Tommie Davis

September 16, 1959 — August 8, 2023

West Point

Tommie Davis, a beloved son, brother, cousin, and friend, passed away on August 8, 2023, at Shearer Richardson Nursing Home in Okolona, Mississippi. He was born on September 16, 1959, in the vibrant city of Chicago, Illinois. Tommie's life was filled with notable accomplishments and cherished connections that will forever be etched in the hearts of those who knew him.

Tommie began his journey by laying a solid educational foundation at West Point High School in West Point, Mississippi. His time there nurtured his intellectual curiosity and set the stage for his future endeavors. After graduating, he embarked on a fulfilling career that spanned years of dedication and commitment.

In his professional life, Tommie found purpose and fulfillment at Artex followed by Cooper Tire. His work ethic was unparalleled, earning him the admiration and respect of his colleagues. Through diligence and passion for his craft, Tommie became an invaluable member of both organizations.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Tommie possessed a gentle demeanor that resonated with everyone who had the pleasure of crossing paths with him. Though reserved in nature, he had an unwavering devotion to God that permeated every aspect of his life. This spiritual connection provided him solace during difficult times and served as a guiding force through all walks of life.

Tommie held a deep-rooted passion for wrestling that he fostered throughout his life. The excitement and narrative intrigue of this sport brought him immense joy and allowed him to indulge in friendly debates among like-minded enthusiasts. Aside from wrestling, he was an avid supporter of Mississippi State University Bulldogs athletics. His love for the team ran deep and manifested itself through unwavering loyalty during both triumphant wins and challenging losses.

Tommie's memory will forever live on in the hearts of those who were touched by his presence. He is preceded in death by his beloved mother Ora Lee Westbrook-Davis, his father W.C. Hatten, and his brothers Reuben Davis and Luther Davis. Although his physical absence will be deeply felt, the legacy of love and memories he leaves behind will provide solace during this difficult time.

In addition to his immediate family, Tommie had an extended network of loved ones who meant the world to him. His surviving family includes his sisters Osie Rambus and Arnetha Rambus, his beloved aunt Dorothy Harris, and his uncle Robert Westbrook. Furthermore, Tommie formed a cherished bond with his sister-in-law Berniece Davis and shared a profound connection with his devoted cousin Larry Poole.

Tommie Davis touched the lives of many through his quiet strength, unwavering faith, and genuine kindness. He exemplified what it meant to live a life rooted in compassion and love for others. While we mourn the loss of this exceptional individual, let us also celebrate the beautiful life he lived and the indelible impact he made on all those fortunate enough to have known him.

As we bid farewell to Tommie, let us reflect on the lessons he taught us – to find solace in spirituality, to embrace our passions unapologetically, and to cherish relationships as the true treasures they are. May he rest in eternal peace knowing that his memory will forever be etched in our hearts.

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