Thomas Davis

December 5, 1959 - August 5, 2022
Thomas  Davis

Thomas Arthur (TD) Davis,62, of Martins Ferry, OH died Friday August 5, 2022 at Trinity Medical Center West in Steubenville, OH.

He was born December 5, 1959, the son of Margaret M (Maggie) Davis.

He is survived by his daughter Shannon Margaret Davis of Columbus, OH; his sister Mary (Richard) Lutz of Columbus, OH; his brother Charles E Davis of Shadyside, OH; his best friend Mike Hankish; his companion Shirley Kidder; his good friend Fawna Kidder; his little buddy Jameson Kidder; a special mention goes to his nephew Bill Antill, who did so much for him in his last days; also survived by many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his brother Norman Davis, his sisters Ann Ridener and Ruth Antill.

As per his wishes there will be no visitation. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Condolences may be made at www.carechapel.com

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  • September 01, 2022
    Shannon Davis says:
    It’s hard to find the words to articulate the grief I’ve been feeling since I learned of your passing. I’ve spent a lifetime longing for a deeper connection with you. I dreamt of starting over and growing close as we both aged. It’s hard to wrap my ahead around that chance slipping right through my finger tips. As I learn more and more about your life and the people you touched, it fills my heart. You were dealt an unfair hand of cards from the start. You faced way more than your fair share of challenges in life. Yes you had your demons, but we all do. Despite so many difficulties you remained a good hearted, sweet and loving man. You brought so much joy and fun to those around you and were always the life of every party. You just might be the most resilient person I’ve ever known - a true survivor. I wish I could have said the words directly to you… I hope you can still hear them now. I forgive you and I love you. I may not have many memories of our relationship, but I will never forget how you made me feel - loved. I will do my best to honor your life, honor our family and make you proud. You deserve to be at peace. Until we meet again… all my love, Shannon. --

  • August 30, 2022
    Shannon Davis says:
    It’s hard to find the words to articulate the grief I’ve been feeling since I learned of your passing. I’ve spent a lifetime longing for a deeper connection with you. I dreamt of starting over and growing close as we both aged. It’s hard to wrap my ahead around that chance slipping right through my finger tips. As I learn more and more about your life and the people you touched, it fills my heart. You were dealt an unfair hand of cards from the start. You faced way more than your fair share of challenges in life. Yes you had your demons, but we all do. Despite so many difficulties you remained a good hearted, sweet and loving man. You brought so much joy and fun to those around you and were always the life of every party. You just might be the most resilient person I’ve ever known - a true survivor. I wish I could have said the words directly to you… I hope you can still hear them now. I forgive you and I love you. I may not have many memories of our relationship, but I will never forget how you made me feel - loved. I will do my best to honor your life, honor our family and make you proud. You deserve to be at peace. Until we meet again… all my love, Shannon.

  • August 30, 2022
    Shannon Davis says:
    It’s hard to find the words to articulate the grief I’ve been feeling since I learned of your passing. I’ve spent a lifetime longing for a deeper connection with you. I dreamt of starting over and growing close as we both aged. It’s hard to wrap my ahead around that chance slipping right through my finger tips. As I learn more and more about your life and the people you touched, it fills my heart. You were dealt an unfair hand of cards from the start. You faced way more than your fair share of challenges in life. Yes you had your demons, but we all do. Despite so many difficulties you remained a good hearted, sweet and loving man. You brought so much joy and fun to those around you and were always the life of every party. You just might be the most resilient person I’ve ever known - a true survivor. I wish I could have said the words directly to you… I hope you can still hear them now. I forgive you and I love you. I may not have many memories of our relationship, but I will never forget how you made me feel - loved. I will do my best to honor your life, honor our family and make you proud. You deserve to be at peace. Until we meet again… all my love, Shannon

  • August 16, 2022
    Jimmy Hankish says:
    Really going to miss you TD! You were like another big brother to me! Glad you are at peace and no longer in pain. God bless you.

  • August 14, 2022
    Cynthia Snider says:
    Josh wanted me to reach out and send his condolences for T D