Jeff L. Davis

Profile Updated: November 24, 2013
Residing In: Chillicothe, OH USA
Spouse/Partner: Patsy
Occupation: Warehouse (Team Cordinator), for now?
Children: 3 Step-Kids (love like my own)
8 Grandchildren
Amanda, grandaughter Victoria
Abby, Grandson More…Luke Thomas, grandaughter Cora Grace(my baby girl, the miracle), grandaughter Noel, grandson Jude
Chris, Grandsons Drew & John, grandaugter Lydia
Son-in-Law Mark Defrancisco (Abby)
Daughter-in-Law Danette (Chris)
Attending Reunion

Yes

Pets:

Boxer Mix- Bo

Comments:

I have been working since 1989.  Did not attend college.  I have been at the same company since 1990.  Had a brief stint in the Army Reserves.  Married with 3 great kids and 8 grandchildren. Never left Chillicothe.  Just left the city for the country.  I live in the Huntington Hills now. 

School Story:

My favorite story was going to CAVS football games and getting asked, "Didn't you go to school here?".  I never left, just went to vocational school. Not sure how many people remember this, but i loved being at Nightmare on Elm Street when Freddy said the line "What a Rush" and everybody yelled out Jamey Bouillions name.  Does anyone else remember RUSH from Waterbeds & Stuff.  I could keep going but i am afraid the "SEX POLICE" might not like it.  Who all remembers that?  I am sure Jamey Bouillion & Jeff Beeler do.  Thank god they forgot to pick me up that night.Who else can't stand the smell or taste of OLD MILWAUKEE beer now. I can't believe I used to drink that stuff.  Back in 89' though we couldn't be choosy.  For those of you that didn't drink, good for you!

AHH, the big concert.  OK maybe we didn't have the coolest transportation. How many parents would have taken a van full of rowdy teenagers to a concert and then sit around all day and night waiting for them.  Thanks MOM and DAD.I also remember Beeler piercing my ear at the concert.  I walked around the next few days with my hat on sideways.  For those of you that know my MOM you can understand why!By the way Cinderella rocked!!

Here is a story that not everyone knows. I made my share of mistakes during our high school years. The biggest one would have to be getting caught with beer in our room on a school trip my senior year. My mother had to come to Indianapolis in the middle of the night to pick me up. Of course when i got back, i got to enjoy the mandatory 10 day vacation plus drug counseling. The worst part of the whole thing was seeing my dad. I had never seen him that disappointed in me before. Luckily we grow and move on.

I have to thank Jamey, Cam and the rest of the eastend hoods for making childhood so fun. Always had a blast at J.T.'s house when we were kids. Enjoyed scaring the sh*t out of Todd Oates in the middle of the night (Todd i am sure you remember that).

I always appreciated Jamey telling his mom i broke everything so he wouldn't get in trouble (i am sure he remembers that too!).

Oh, and Dad if you are reading this "Hello!"

Well the reunion has come and gone. I hope everyone had a good time. It was great to see everybody. Todd Oates & I left our mark at Roosters, well atleast our name tags. I am sure they took them down by now.

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Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:47 PM
Me and my grandson John. We just won that fishing pole at my company picnic. Can you tell he was excited.
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:47 PM
Jamey Bouillion, Cam Morris, Me

This was taken on Cam's big day. Finally a women said yes. Just kiddin' Cam.
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Freshman Picture
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Having too much fun after my daughters wedding!
Notice i am still sporting the buckeye hat!
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My 7 year old grandson's first year of tackle football.




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