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Family of William DAVIS (74) & Eleanor ?

109. Captain Terry L. DAVIS. Resided in Bruceton, Carroll County, Tennessee in Jul 2005.

Military: Davis Serving in Baghdad

Captain Terry Davis, Battle Captain for the 168th Military Police Battalion out of Lebanon, left for Iraq on May 15. Davis has been on active duty status since March 10 [2003]. The unit is currently located in Baghdad, Iraq. He has been a member of the Tennessee Army National Guard for 15 years. Before being called up for active duty status he worked as an employee for Proctor and Gamble in Jackson. Davis says that, "the hardest part is being away from family and friends." He also states that, "even though this has been the most physical and mental challenging experience he has ever had to endure, he is proud to be serving his country." Captain Davis is a 1985 graduate of Huntingdon High School and a 1991 graduate from the University of Tennessee at Martin. Davis is the son of William and Eleanor Davis. He is married to Carrie Davis, who is also a member of the 155th Engineer Company in Waverly, and has a daughter, Jessica Davis. Captain Davis has a brother, Gary Wayne Davis, of Huntingdon.



Military: Terry Davis received his Army Commission through the Army ROTC program at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

Terry L. married Carrie ?.

They had one child:
i. Jessica.


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