Tommy Valentine Davis was born on June 19, 1963 in the southern Texas coastal city of Corpus Christi. He passed away May 29, 2022 in Denver, Colorado. He spent most of his life living in various Texas locations, including Austin, Bryan/College Station, Houston, and the small town of Weimer. He moved to Denver during the height of the Covid-19 epidemic and began working at Home Depot in the Hardware Department, a job he grew to love. Tommy was a talented artist in several mediums, a skilled handyman, a caretaker to those close to him, and a knowledgeable construction equipment salesman. He made friends easily with his engaging smile, eagerness to help, and gentle manner. He was known for his love of animals, especially “Bebe," his beloved Jack Russell/Westy mix dog. Tommy was a good cook who enjoyed both preparing and eating a wide variety of foods, especially those with a little spice. He enjoyed science fiction, comedy, drama and documentary movies, concerts, and watching sporting events on television, having played several sports as a child and young man. He will be missed by many. Survivors can both honor and emulate Tommy by being kind and trying to help each other. His is survived by siblings, cousins, aunts, nieces, nephews, and many friends.