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Thomas Davis

Thomas Lloyd Davis

Sunday, December 13th, 1936 - Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
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Cambridge - Tom Lloyd Davis, 82, passed away New Year’s day at the Arbors in Shelburne while under their wonderful care for Alzheimer’s disease. Born on Dec. 13, 1936, in New York City to Hal and Barbara Davis, Tom was a graduate of the Hun School in Princeton, NJ and Middlebury College, Vermont, where he was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. After graduation he was a member of the New Jersey National Guard for 6 years.

Tom was a career Human Resource executive with contributions at Mutual of New York, Alexander & Alexander, and many years at Smugglers’ Notch Resort as a highly respected member of the management team. Tom was a past President of the Smugglers’ Notch Homeowner’s Association.

On January 4,1969, Tom married Marclay Fowler of San Antonio, Texas, a Green Mountain College graduate. Tom leaves Marclay, two sons, Hal Clayton Davis and Bruce Fowler Davis as well has his daughter-in-law Mara, and his former daughter-in-law, Donna. They were special to him. He very much loved his two grandsons, Jack and Morgan. Watching his grandsons grow into fine adults gave him great pleasure. He was very fond of his many nieces and nephews, spouses and children. He also leaves behind his very special friend of 62 years, Bill Stritzler as well as Bill’s family.

Tom was predeceased by his sisters Lynne Good and Valerie Clark, and half brother Hal. Tom’s life was enhanced by his now deceased stepmother, Myrtle and her sister Grace (Sis).

Tom relished his life, having fun times with his many friends and family. He enjoyed many adventures skiing, horseback riding, scuba diving, and other water sports. He loved to travel, his favorite being his trip to Africa. He especially enjoyed visits to the Owen Good Ranch in Belton, MO. where he helped to round up cattle and visited his sister Lynne and her husband Gib Good and their family.

The family wishes to thank the staff at the Arbors and Bayata Hospice for all the loving care they gave Tom while he was with them.

Per wishes of the family there will be no services at this time. At a date to be announced there will be a celebration of Tom’s life at Smugglers’ Notch Resort. Memorial contributions in Tom’s memory may be made to an organization of personal choice. The family also invites you to share your memories and condolences by visiting
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Posted at 05:08pm
Hi Marclay, so very sorry to hear of Tom's passing. My son Andrew said he saw you today. Please let me know if there is a 'rememberance' for him I would love to attend. Both you and Tom were wonderful friends of Russ and I while we worked at Smugglers plus our children thought you were GREAT!
I'm no longer working full time so perhaps we could get together some time.......

Clayton Zucker

Posted at 12:06pm
Hi Marclay, my sincerest condolences at the loss of your Sweetheart and my Buddy Tom.
I know what a crushing loss it is, so let me offer these thoughts:
Push out of your mind the memories that make you sad, and replace them immediately with good memories. Things that make you smile.
Remember when you first met and fell in love. Then go through your life remembering the special moments, one after another. Also the little things only you and Tom shared.
Remember he is watching over you. He doesn't want you to suffer. Tom wants you to be happy for all the time you had together.
Be strong and make it a point to keep busy with others for the fellowship that will provide the support that eases the heartache.
From my heart to yours, Clayton/Zeke

Nadeau Tree Farms

Posted at 09:09am

~You are in our thoughts, Marclay.

Peter and Mary Ingvoldstad

Posted at 11:00am
Marclay and Bill,
I sit here remembering the many times I sat in Tom's office looking for advice on how to approach issues of how to motivate, how to find the best way. Tom and his ever present smile was always ready with positive ideas and a positive boost to send me in a good direction...
He was the best and I have often missed him...
I know Bill will support you as you supported him in your shared loss of best friends........
Peter and Mary Ingvoldstad

Karen Robilotta

Posted at 12:36am
Dear Marclay, Hal, Bruce and families,

I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Tom at both Mutual of NY and A&A and learned so much from him. He was a gentleman and a true professional. We all loved hearing his stories of travel to St. Croix and Smugglers, and, of course, the annual picnics at your beautiful Mountain Lakes home. His love for all of you was present at all times and it was touching to observe.

God bless you all.

Karen (Curran) Robilotta

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