And you left me many wonderful footprints, my dear friend. Love you, miss you, and will never forget you, Daaa. Rest in peace and have a ball up there on the big playground in the sky.
30, 2013 post by member "wrk2ride_ride2wrk":
This is a shout out for Don Davis a long time resident in Tokyo, and anyone who may have known him, and like me, be saddened by his passing.
Just heard Don Died at the end of July after months of illness.
I met Don maybe 8 yrs or so ago, through Greg Allen a fellow Texan who had a bike shop in Nippori.
A very nice guy, who rode here in Tokyo, no big bikes, but as he said, it set him free here.
Always a sad thing when a foreigner dies far from home friends and family.
Rest in peace, Don.
Aug. 31, 2013 post by member "EvilTwin":
I met Don once or twice, seemed like a good fella. Sorry for your loss.
1) To any of Don's family or friends, by all means feel free to offer your comments or tributes in the commenting section below! And please contact me if you have some pics to add to this page!
2) Don Davis' cremation was held at the Tama-Saijo Crematorium on Fri. August 2, 2013 from 9 am.
Address: 2-1-1 Tama-cho, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-0002
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