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Jeffrey T. Davis passed away at the age of 39 on August 13, 2019. Jeffrey was born October 7, 1979 in Memphis, Tennessee. Jeffery is the son of Lynn Davis of Colorado Springs and Sam Davis (Bonnie Davis) of Potts Camp, Mississippi.

Jeffrey was a licensed financial planner with emphasis on retirement planning. Jeffrey’s loving, kind sprit and giving personality made him an absolute joy to be around and all who met him loved him. He was an Eagle Scout with three palms, the pool director at Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch where he was known as “Ducky”, and valedictorian of his high school class at Calhan, Colorado. He was on the student board of directors at the University of Colorado Boulder, as well as the director of night ride/ night walk. Jeffrey was a mentor and teacher to many financial planners and helped many thousands of people with his financial expertise. He touched the lives of so many people and despite his disease he never stopped smiling. His memory will live on forever in those who knew him.

Jeffrey is survived by his parents, Lynn Davis, Sam Davis (Bonnie); siblings, Hannon Davis, Kevin Williams, Fidel Morales; and his girlfriend, Tammy Joyful Lesher. There will be no formal memorial service at the family’s request.

In lieu of flowers, the family would love to hear any memories or funny stories of our beloved Jeffrey. These can be sent to Lynn Davis, 5620 Red Onion Way, Colorado Springs, CO 80918 or davis.lynn.2011@gmail.com. For help with substance abuse or mental health issues please call 1-800-662-4357 for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

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  1. My heartfelt condolences. I can still remember Jeffery and Hannon coming to their mom’s room at IHS.

  2. Lynn and Hannon so very sorry for your loss. Sending hugs and prayers

  3. Thoughts and prayers to you all during this time of loss. Jeff will never be forgotten. May he finally rest in peace that he truly deserves. Many hugs to all.
    Becky & Curtis Reynolds

  4. I am so sorry to hear this. What a great kid Jeff was. He was just full of life with a great sense of humor. When I saw him at school he was always smiling! When you miss him the most, I hope an amazing memory of him comes to mind. That love is what gets us through.

  5. He was the light in all my tunnels that were sad and dark. He was like my big brother that I never had. I love him with all my heart and will forever miss him. I’m not sure how I will make the rest of my life without him in it. Love you Jeffer’s!

  6. I’m so sorry to hear about this. He was a fine man. I pray for healing of your hearts. Keep you memories and funny stories around you because they will comfort you more than you know now.

  7. Hi Mrs Davis,

    I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss Jeff’s big heart and warm smile.

    Jeff expressed a faith in Jesus Christ that comforts me that He is now at rest in a much better place. He was the kind of person that hugged people and connected with others. He laughed a lot and melted down others defenses. He cared for his clients and worked hard.

    One of my favorite memories-I was walking outside around the campus one day when I saw him pulling out on his motorcycle with a big grin. We stopped to chat for a few minutes but he looked like a happy kid on his motorcycle.

    My prayers are with you and your family and all that knew him.

    Sincerely,

    Steve Scheller

  8. I am sorry to hear that Jeff is no longer with us. Working at T Rowe Price together and being on the same team as Jeff I will always remember him as the guy that made work fun and the days fly by with his “wicked smarts” and unabashed sense of humor. Jeff was always willing to mentor and share his knowledge with everyone he encountered. I am “Grateful and Thankful” to have known him even if it was for a short period of his life. My condolences to all of his family.
    Sincerely, Darryl Mahoy

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