Feb 11, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments
Pastor Ed Gene Davis (MDiv, '81) of Fort Collins passed away unexpectedly February 5, 2010. Born April 3, 1953, Davis spent his days in Georgia, South Dakota, Texas and Colorado. Davis graduated from Poudre High School, where he also met his bride Donna. While in Texas, Davis received his BA in music education from TCU, after which he and Donna moved to Denver were he pursued his Master of Divinity degree from Denver Seminary.
Davis helped to start Cherry Creek Presbyterian in Denver. In 1982, Davis and family moved back to Fort Collins and started Christ Fellowship Church. Davis’ years of ministry are marked by teaching, counseling, baptisms and thousands of marriages. He championed mission work in Mexico, Guatemala, and Africa, as well as work at home in Colorado.
He was an outstanding husband, an exemplary father, a leader of many, pastor to pastors, loyal friend, coach, loving son, caring brother and teacher. Ed enjoyed playing, coaching and watching sports with his sons. He enjoyed time with his daughter, daughter-in-laws and grand-daughters. He is survived by his wife Donna, his two sons Jeremy and Grant, his daughter Amy, his daughter-in-laws Jill and Jennifer, his grand-daughters Kyla, Madelyn, and Kennedy. He is also survived by his parents, Herbert and Wanda, his brother, Maynard, and his wife, Robin, a brother, Barry, his sister Nancy and brother-in-law Mark, father-in-law, Robert and his wife, Wendy, many special nieces, nephews, and extended family.