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William Clyde Davis III

December 30, 1941 July 11, 2016
William Clyde Davis III
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Obituary for William Clyde Davis III

William C. Davis III, 74, passed away July 11, 2016 after prolonged illness. He was predeceased by his parents Ann and Bill Davis and is survived by his wife, Ileana Guelbenzu-Davis, stepdaughter, Cristina Lujan (Los Angeles, CA), sister, Susan Reever (Kennesaw, GA), brother, Wynn Davis (Columbus, OH), and niece, Ginger Torrado (Buffalo, NY). He attended Coral Gables High School, the Air Force Academy and graduated from University of Miami (Undergrad and Law School) where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. He practiced law in Coral Gables for many years and was a member of the Florida Bar Association. Bill loved life to the fullest, was an avid tennis player, enjoyed connecting people with people and had a passion for working with inventors to develop new and exciting healthcare products. He helped in the development of a topical pain relief gel and a nutritional supplement for thoroughbred race horses. His favorite saying was “it just takes one” as he pursued many of his dreams. He will be remembered for his kindness and very generous and warm heart. Bill always had a smile on his face and loved sharing stories with anyone who would listen. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Private services will be held and donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in his memory.

Private services will be held and his cremated remains will be scattered in Maggie Valley, NC.

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