Memorial Page Established by Devon Davis
In Honor Of Sgt David Alan Davis
This website was created so that we can forever remember my husband Sgt. David Alan
Davis. David was killed by indirect fire in Baghram, Afghanistan on 19 Sept 2009. Just 4 short
days before he was to board a flight to come home for his R&R. He was so excited to be
coming home to see us, his kids were so thrilled to see daddy walk off that plane scheduled to
land in Colorado Springs, Co on 25 Sept 2009. Instead, his flag draped casket was brought off
a small plane in his hometown of Dalhart, Tx. on 25 Sept. He was home, forever just not the
way we wanted him here. David was a great father to our 6 children. One his, Four mine and
One ours. It was a great set up for us. He has so much family left behind that misses him like
crazy and we all im sure wish we could turn back the clock and change the way history played
out. It has been 10 weeks since my loving wonderful husband took his last breath. Ten long
weeks that feel like its been forever. But forever has ba!
rely started. David you are missed so much, the kids miss daddy so much. Such a good
person to be taken so young. 28 years just wasnt enough, and for sure the 2 years i got to
spend with you werent enough either. Please support our troops and the ones who come
back injured or in a flag draped casket. And the ones that come back with demons in their
heads for what they saw while overseas.
August 19, 2012
It has been almost 3 years since the last time I saw your smile or had the chance to speak to
you. Some days it feels like it has been forever and some days it feels like it was just
yesterday. You are greatly missed by your entire family but I know there are 6 children who
greatly miss you, there father very much.
Sgt David A. Davis was killed in action on 19 Sept 2009 in a rocket attack on Bagram Airfield,
Afghanistan. He was survived by myself, his wife and 6 children Audrianna, Tristan,Dustin,
Montana, Dylan, and Liberty. He left behind lots of family and friends who miss him greatly
still to this day.
May 31, 2011
Ms. Crane & Mrs. Martin's 4th Grade Class
To Sgt. Davis' wife:
I am sorry about your husband. I learned about him in class today. We will always remember
him. Please tell your children that I am so sorry about their dad. He seemed like a very good
man. I will always remember him and his sacrifice to our country.
Griffin, 4th grade student from Frisco ISD
Dec. 24, 2009
SPC James Werlein
I am honored and privileged to have served with Sgt David Davis. He was an excellent leader
who always kept us entertained.I know he was a fine man, father and husband. He will be
truly missed by many.
|Sgt. David A. Davis
United States Army
KIA 19 September 2009, Afghanistan
|28, of Dalhart, Texas; assigned to the 32nd Transportation Company, 68th Combat Sustainment
Support Battalion, 43rd Sustainment Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colo.; died Sept.
19 at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, of wounds sustained when enemy forces attacked Bagram
Airfield using indirect fire.