Roger Davis Death – Roger Davis passed away on the 28th of February 2023, according to a Facebook post made by Stephanie Adcox Biddle. Reports state that Roger Davis died from unknown causes. The cause of death and manner of death was not disclosed to the public at the time of this publication. Roger Davis was a resident of Knoxville Tennessee. He was a huge part of the Tennessee Volunteers football. The University of Tennessee is represented by its football team, the Tennessee Volunteers (often referred to as “Tennessee,” “Vols,” “UT,” or “Big Orange”).
Other nicknames for the team include “Tennessee” and “Big Orange” (UT). The Vols have competed in football for 130 seasons, beginning in 1891. With a combined record of 867–410–53, they are ranked eleventh on the list of all-time win–loss percentage records.672 and the by-victories list for college football programs. Additionally, their record places them in second place on the all-time win/loss list of SEC programs, with a record of 405-273–33.593.
What you need to know about Roger Davis
Roger Davis was a supporter of Knoxville Sports Talk and a regular listener to the program. He was without a doubt the most devoted fan of the University of Tennessee, and he always had a positive attitude toward the Tennessee Volunteers’ athletic programs. Roger was endowed with a heart that was so pure and uncorrupted. He was one of those people who never had a bad day and always looked for the silver lining in every situation.
He had a positive outlook on life in general, which made those around him experience life more enthusiastically. He was Knoxville Sports Talk show’s largest caller and listener, and the biggest Tennessee supporter in the history of the university. He was one of the most admirable men that East Tennessee has ever had the pleasure of knowing. He had a tremendous amount of love for people who were most important to him, which included his family, his friends, his church, and of course the VOLS. Despite the fact that many people had the opportunity to hear his voice on numerous occasions on the various Volunteer radio shows, those who are close to him are aware of his enthusiasm and love for Jesus.
He served in an important capacity in the First Apostolic Church in Knoxville, where he was also a devoted member of the congregation. At each and every ceremony, he made it a point to sit in the front row, and the first thing he did when he saw you was to give you a bear hug. He never missed an opportunity to do so. Everyone that Roger interacted with was left with a positive and lasting impression as a result of his authenticity and generosity.
Roger Davis GoFundMe
Nathan Milstead is organizing this fundraiser for Roger Davis Memorial. At the time of this publication, the GOFUNDME has raised $13,890 USD above the $7,500 goal with 333 donations. ‘This fund is to help his family with the expenses that come along with this difficult and very untimely passing. Roger’s celebration of life details will be posted here once the family has solidified arrangements. If you are not able to donate, please consider attending his celebration of life and show his family how much he was loved,’ the fundraiser stated.
Roger Davis obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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