Killed In Action – 13 January 1969 in Quang Ngai, Vietnam
His name can be found on the wall on Panel 25W, Row 103
Thomas Warren “Wade” Davis was with the 92nd Artillery Regiment in Vietnam. He was listed as a cannoneer, but he was a jack of all trades. He was an electrician, a mechanic, a driver and soldier with the reputation of getting things done. He extended his stay in Vietnam to shorten his enlistment period and was killed in a rocket attack on Dak To in the final days of his deployment.
He was raised on Brooks Avenue and attend Garner schools.