Lee Barry Davis, Jr., 41, of San Marcos passed away on Wednesday, January 18, 2017. He was born on February 12, 1975 in Rach Gia, Vietnam. Lee graduated from San Marcos High School in 1993 and attended Southwest Texas State University.
After graduation, Lee moved to San Mateo, California where he continued to explore his love for nature and live music. His passion for family and music brought him back to Austin, Texas where he was able to foster the work ethic that was instilled in him by his father. When not working as a print press operator, Lee loved to spend time with family and friends spreading joy with his humor and wit. Lee was a loyal and passionate Dallas Cowboy and SA Spurs fanatic.
Lee was a devoted son, brother, uncle and friend. He was a generous soul with a compassionate heart and was cherished by all that knew him. Although Lee left this world way too soon, he lived his life to the fullest.
Lee is survived by his mother Tao Thi Davis; grandmother Wilmoth Davis of Athens, TX, sisters Kim Lynn Fuller and Tracey Kathline Hemp, and brother-in-laws Kris Fuller and Frank Hemp. He is also survived by his nieces and nephew Kennedy Linh, Kamdyn Le, and Kolton Harper Fuller. Lee is preceded in death by his father Lee Barry Davis, Sr., brother Mark Davis and grandfather William B. Davis.
A Celebration of Lee’s life will be held at Pennington Funeral Home, at 12:00 P.M., on Monday, January 23, 2017.
Arrangements by Pennington Funeral Home, 323 N. Comanche, San Marcos, TX 78666, 512-353-4311. www.penningtonfuneralhome.com
Ed and Mary Ann MaycenJanuary 21st, 2017 on 5:11 am
Dear Tao & family,
Sending our heartfelt sympathy on the passing of Lee. You’re close in our thoughts and prayers.
May each memory of Lee gently touch your heart and bring you all peace.
God Bless you all and sending our love.
Ed & Mary Ann Maycen
Traci LackeyJanuary 21st, 2017 on 5:04 pm
My heart goes out to Tao his mom who is one of the kindest women I know and Tracy who was like a little sister to me and of course Kim. You will always be one of the best friends I’ve ever had. Words can’t describe how my heart bleeds for all the heartache you have been through. Mark and Lee who I loved like my own brothers were so kind loving smart with beautiful souls. Barry had a laugh that was contagious and I was one of the lucky people who he loved and treated as family and Mark and Lee loved to play jokes on us…. Boys😁….. I’m blessed to have been apart of their lives. To Tao Kim and Traci I will always love y’all .. I’m always here for you. Love Always
Gayle and John FullerJanuary 22nd, 2017 on 3:20 am
Lee will be missed by all of us. Our thoughts and prayers remain with the entire family. God is our refuge.
Rick ArzolaJanuary 23rd, 2017 on 4:44 pm
Much too soon my friend. I’m happy you and I cross paths. You were always a teacher to me in the printing industry and taught me the ways on how the industry worked. It was something that I actually like coming to work, cause I knew i could count on you. We are going to miss you but I’m happy you are back with Duncan. Miss you my friend!