Warren Harrison Davis
-- Emma Brown The Washington Post 2010

at Kaufman, Davis LLP in Bethesda, died Feb. 9 of lung cancer and pneumonia at St.
Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla.

He had previously worked as a comptroller for International Navigation Corp. and served
during the 1960s in the Air Force Reserve.

Warren Harrison Davis was a native Washingtonian and a
1960 graduate of Western
High School.
In 1964, he received a bachelor's degree in accounting from Benjamin
Franklin University. He was a lifelong resident of the Washington area until retiring in
1996, when he moved to Savannah, Ga. He later moved to Jacksonville.

Mr. Davis served on the board of the Copenhaver homeowners association in Potomac
and the Bethesda Country Club.

Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Carol Henry Davis of Jacksonville; two children,
Christina D. Healy of Los Angeles and Michael J. Davis of Springfield; two sisters, Jean
Ray Evans of Springfield and Joan Ray Gould of Melbourne, Fla.; and three
granddaughters.

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