Melvin Raymond Davison, Jr., age 70, passed away on Feb. 5, 2017 at home with his family.
He was born to the late Melvin Raymond Davison, Sr. and Stella Johanna Nolte in Harris County, TX on Feb. 14, 1946.
He was an independent, professional truck driver and heavy equipment operator who specialized in hauling super heavy loads and was certified to haul anything. He drove cross country and enjoyed taking his wife and children with him when the opportunity arose.
He was an old-school biker, who owned several Harley Davidson’s throughout his life, and an award-winning custom-made bike. He loved taking his soul mate and wife, Robyn, on rides through the countryside.
He was a Christian and a loving family man who was always willing to help his family without hesitation. He was a man of strong faith and had the heart of a hero.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and spending time with family and friends. He was a free spirit, full of laughter and kindness. He loved his family unconditionally. He made friends with many, didn’t judge people, and was always quick to forgive.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Melvin, Sr. and Stella, a brother, John Dee Davison, an infant sister, Pauline, and his soulmate and loving wife of 32 years, Robyn Lynn Bledsoe Davison.
He is survived by his son Harley Davison; daughters, Debra Davison Randles, Bonnie Davison Peterson, Jennifer Davison Zarnes, Amanda Davison Sorel, and Rebecca Davison Scull. He has 26 Grandchildren and 5 Great Grandchildren.
The family is planning a memorial for Feb. 2018 and will announce details closer to time.