Mitchell A. Davis, 55, of Lambertville, went to be with his Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ, on Aug. 6.
He was predeceased by his parents Wallace A. Davis and Jayne C. Davis, and a brother Richard K. Davis.
Mitch, born March 15, 1961, is survived by two brothers, Charles B. Davis and his wife MaryAlice, and Wallace Scott Davis and his wife Dawn; a nephew Lawrence A. Davis and his wife Chie, and niece/nephews Michelle, Joyce and Shawn. He is also survived by his aunt Janet Thatcher, cousins, and many loving friends.
Mitch was employed at Lehigh Fluid Power in Lambertville for the last 28 years as a machinist. He was also an instructor at the Bucks Academy of Fencing (BCAF) for the last 25 years. He was certified by the United States Fencing Coaches Association as an instructor of foil & sabre.
Mitch graduated from Voorhees High School in 1979, where he developed his love of fencing under coach Jim Lawless. Mitch was a founding member of the Pennsylvania State Navy. For the last 25 years, he participated in the annual Christmas Day Crossing of the Delaware Re-Enactment at Washington Crossing Historic Park. He also was an avid pool player, and served as captain of his pool team, “Ace’s Eight Ball Addicts,” at Fran’s Pub in New Hope.
A Memorial Service will be held at Washington Crossing Historic Park (on the Pa. side) on Aug. 21 at 3:30 p.m. with refreshments to follow on site at the General Greene Pavilion.
In lieu of flowers, a “Mitch Davis Memorial & Funeral Fund” has been set up under “youcaring.com.”
Obituary information is provided by friends, family, and/or funeral home.
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