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In Memory of

Glenn Thomas Davis

July 21, 1958 - May 4, 2017

Obituary


Glenn Thomas Davis (Tommy) of Las Vegas, NV passed away May 4, 2017 surrounded by his family and friends. He was 58 years old. Services will be held at Metrocrest Funeral Home, Carrollton, Texas on May 20, 2017 at 11:00am.



Mr. Davis was born July 21, 1958 to Glenn Allen Davis and Vlynona Howard Davis in Dallas Texas. He attended High School in Edgewood Texas and served in the Army from 1973 to 1977. Glenn married Robin Alexander on May 14, 2001 in Las Vegas Nevada. Before moving to Las Vegas in 2011 the...

Glenn Thomas Davis (Tommy) of Las Vegas, NV passed away May 4, 2017 surrounded by his family and friends. He was 58 years old. Services will be held at Metrocrest Funeral Home, Carrollton, Texas on May 20, 2017 at 11:00am.



Mr. Davis was born July 21, 1958 to Glenn Allen Davis and Vlynona Howard Davis in Dallas Texas. He attended High School in Edgewood Texas and served in the Army from 1973 to 1977. Glenn married Robin Alexander on May 14, 2001 in Las Vegas Nevada. Before moving to Las Vegas in 2011 the couple lived in Colleyville for many years. Mr. Davis was retired from the Trucking and Automobile Industries. He drove trucks all over the country including the ice roads of Alaska. After retiring from the trucking, he worked at auto auctions handling specialty cars, motorcycles, and RVs. Retiring in 2016 for the 2nd time, he spent most of his time restoring classic cars, riding his Harley, camping, trail riding, and boating on Lake Mead.



Mr. Davis was proceeded in death by his Father Glenn A. Davis, his mother Vlynona Davis, his Uncle Rickey Davis, and his brother in law Jimmy Garrett.



Mr. Davis is survived by his Wife Robin Davis of Las Vegas NV, his Sister Donna Madden and husband Ron of Friendsville, TN, his Uncle Albert Davis and wife Joyce of Carrollton TX, Uncle Ronnie Davis and wife Linda of Hughes Springs, TX and his Sister in Law Tammi Alexander and husband Curt Neilson of Anchorage, AK. He is also survived by his nieces Ashley and Jennifer, many cousins, and hundreds of friends – he never met a stranger.



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