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Troy Donavon Davis
July 3, 1985 ~ May 15, 2023 (age 37) 37 Years Old
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Troy Donavon Davis, age 37, was sadly taken from us on May 15, 2023. He is now flying high with his dad and the Lord in heaven.
Troy was born in 1985 in Spokane, Washington, to Carol and Dave Davis. He graduated in Billings from Skyview High School Class of 2003. He then married Mandy Georgeson in 2011 and the Lord blessed him two baby boys: Cody and Carter Davis in 2018.
Troy is preceded in life by his father, Dennis Alan Davis “Dave”; and survived in life, by his brother, Dave Davis; sister, Jennifer Willems; his mom, Carol Davis; and his twin 5-year-old boys, Cody and Carter Davis.
Troy has always been a huge family man. His family has always been his main focus, whether it was picking on his nieces and nephews, spending time with his mom, wrestling with his big brother, his marriage to Mandy or just hanging out at home with Cody and Carter. The last five years of his life, Troy spent enjoying his twin boys, and making memories with his family. There was nothing in life Troy wouldn’t have done for family. Troy spent many years in the customer service industry; he loved helping people and would always go the extra mile to put a smile on your face.
He always wanted to travel the world after his marriage to Mandy “Panda.” They embarked on many adventures from their honeymoon on the beach in Hawaii to their Caribbean cruise, as well as many close adventures like Seattle, Minnesota, Bozeman, Mount Rushmore and the beach in Oregon. If it was traveling, he would go anywhere, as long as it included family. He had a lot of fun on his journey of life. He also love the outdoors and camping, which started early in life with his dad.
We all love you, Troy. As Carol puts it, you are our whole heart. We will miss you every day, forever, until we reunite some day in heaven.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary, 1001 Alderson Ave.