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Ronald John (Ronnie) Davis


Ronald John Davis (Ronnie) of Telford, TN passed away on January 26th, 2021. Ronnie was raised in Mahwah, Englishtown and Bricktown, New Jersey. He graduated in 1974 from Brick High School in Bricktown, NJ. Ronnie worked for Wilsons Sporting goods for 18 years. He then continued his career that spanned an additional 20 years in various operations management positions and was very successful.
He raised his children with his Beloved wife, Peggy, of 41 Years in Jackson, NJ. Then in 2005 he relocated to Telford, Tennessee with his wife Peggy, which has been his primary residence the last 15 years.
Living are his 3 children, Sean, Katie, and Michelle and 7 grandchildren, Justin Eppley, Carlee and Branden Harvell, Bryson and Blake Davis, and Andrew and Austin Nye.
Living are his mother Roseann Davis, his sisters Michelle Davis Rosenkoff (husband Alan) Jeanmarie Davis Wallace (fiancé Stan) and Lynn Davis Longo. Ronnie has several nephews and nieces.
He was predeceased by his brother Thomas Davis, his father Thomas Albert Davis.
Ronnie loved the outdoors and working on his 62 acre property in Telford. They built the Davis Oasis / Davis Ridge starting in 2002 and loved the area. They built a beautiful life in Telford and had many friends. Ronnie was a big sports fanatic and followed the career of Roger Federer. He was a beloved father and husband and worked his entire life for his family.
He was known for his kind nature, even spirit and will be greatly missed by all.
There will be a celebration of life at the Telford United Methodist Church located at 1775 Old St. Route 34, Telford, TN. Friday January 29th at 10 am. Repass to follow at their home at 152 John Howze Rd, Telford, TN

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Loved working with him. Always joked and was fun to be around. He is greatly missed and my wishes go out to his family.
Condolences to the family, I had the pleasure of working with Ron, an amazing man! love and support be with the family during these hard times!