Frank Davis

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NORMAN, OK: Nedda June Davis died suddenly on May 23, - Mansfield News Journal
She was preceded in death by her husband Frank E. Davis and is survived by three daughters, Nancy Davis of the home, Cathy Skipper of Forest City, NC, and Betsy Nelson of Norman, OK; and two grandsons Stephen and David Nelson....
Residents blast Vt. budget options - Rutland Herald
That will result in higher property taxes, said Frank Davis, a retired teacher from Derby Line. "It's regressive and unfair," he said. "It means that landlords will pass it on to the renters, who are low income, often, or fixed income....
Dr. Frank W. Davis Jr. - Baltimore Sun
By Frederick N. Rasmussen Dr. Frank W. Davis Jr., a respected Baltimore cardiologist who managed to combine a private practice, research and teaching during his 50-year career, died Friday of complications from emphysema at his Owings Mills home....
Christopher Randolph, Marine scholarship head, dies - Newsday
Margaret Davis, current president of the foundation, said he was perfect for the job. "He was just a vivacious optimist who was committed to making our world a better place every day," said Davis. Randolph was born July 14, 1944, in New York City....
Raymond E. Davis - Mansfield News Journal
AUSTINTOWN: Raymond E. Davis, 87, of Austintown, died Tuesday, May 19, 2009 at home. A resident of Austintown most of his life, he had been in declining health. Born October 10, 1921 in Rimerton, Penn., he was the son of the late Frank Davis and Edna...
Run fast, do good, get shortchanged - Durham News
Frank Davis and his staff have kept more kids on the straight and narrow than a good switching from grandma. Thirty-two years ago, Davis and two others founded the Durham Striders, a nonprofit AAU track and field club that is the creme de la creme in...
Davis' two homers lead Rangers to win - MLB.com
But Texas starter Kevin Millwood and relievers Jason Jennings, CJ Wilson, Darren O'Day and Frank Francisco limited the damage for the most part by holding New York to 2-for-12 with runners in scoring position. The Yankees (26-20) left 12 runners on...
Five-tool players to be found in outfield - MLB.com
... expert Jonathan Mayo and Major League Scouting Bureau director Frank Marcos. Coverage begins at 6 pm ET on June 9, noon on June 10 and 11:30 am ET on June 11. Kentrail Davis, University of Tennessee: Davis entered the year as a first-round hopeful,...
Martz vs Raye: How will the 49er Offense Change in 2009? - Bleacher Report
He said he would build the offense around Frank Gore. He said he would highlight Vernon Davis, too.” True, Martz promised us Vernon Davis and Frank Gore, but he gave us JT O'Sullivan instead. The truth is, Martz's system has little use for Davis,...

Frank Davis (American football)

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Frank Davis (born August 22, 1981 in New York City) is an American football guard who is currently a free agent. He was signed by the Detroit Lions as an undrafted free agent in 2006. He college football for the South Florida.

Davis has also been a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.

He grew up in Panama and speaks Spanish as a first language. In Panama, he played varsity football for the Jaguars F.C. and doubled as an offensive and defensive lineman. Davis played on the Panamanian under-19 national team at the 2000 NFL Global Junior Championship in Atlanta, Ga. The NFL Global Junior Championship has been an official Super Bowl event for the past 10 years.

Following his participation in the 2000 NFL Global Junior Championship, he was recruited by University of South Florida, and was offered an opportunity to join the Bulls’ football program. Davis entered the program as a defensive lineman but was quickly converted to the offensive line.

As a redshirt freshman in 2002, Davis played in nine games at left guard and left tackle and had one start that season. As a sophomore, he started five games at left guard, including the final four of the 2003 season. During his junior year, Davis started the first six games until an ankle injury sidelined him until he returned for the final game in 2004.

As a senior, Davis was named second-team All-Big East after starting all 12 games (11 at left guard and one at left tackle). In back-to-back seasons, he was a main piece to a strong rushing attack. Davis helped pave the way for RB Andre Hall to set school single-season rushing records in 2004 and 2005, as well as the school’s career rushing record.

Davis was signed by the Detroit Lions following the 2006 NFL Draft, where he went undrafted. Davis surprised many people by earning his way onto the Lions roster out of training camp. Davis played in eleven games, with three starts in 2006. His 2007 season was over before it started as he was placed on IR on September 2, 2007. He was waived by the team on August 30, 2008 during final cuts.

A day after being let go by the Lions, Davis was claimed off waivers by the Cincinnati Bengals on August 31, 2008. He was inactive for the first two games of the season and waived on September 16.

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Frank Davis (footballer)

Frank Davis (born 1921 died April 17 2006) is regarded as the man responsible for making Waterford United F.C. the major force they became in Irish football from 1966 until 1972, winning the league title four of the six seasons he was in charge.

As Chairman Frank was responsible for bringing Johnny Matthews and Jimmy McGeough to the club, paying £3,000 for McGeough to Derry City F.C.. Frank also represented the club on the FAI. He played a major part in the success of Waterford FC during his years in charge and also was the man who brought Peter Thomas to Kilcohan Park.

Frank died in April 2006 after a short illness .

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Frank Davis (Australian rules footballer)

Frank Davis (born 25 August 1944) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Melbourne in the VFL.

Davis was educated at Salesian College, Chadstone. He made his debut in Melbourne's premiership winning season of 1964 and despite managing just six games he was a member of the grand final winning team. He usually played in the back pocket and was club captain from 1970 to 1972, earning their Best and Fairest award in his first season in charge. He also represented Victoria at interstate football during his career.

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Frank Davis (Australian politician)

Francis John "Frank" Davis (13 April 1900 – 28 February 1980) was an Australian politician. Born in Melbourne, he attended state schools before becoming a meat industry executive. A founding member of the Liberal Party, he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives in 1949 as the Liberal member for Deakin, succeeding William Hutchinson. He held the seat until his retirement in 1966. He later became Chairman of the Commonwealth Serum Laboratories. Davis died in 1980.

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