Born on May 25, 1955 in Melbourne, Florida
Departed June 2, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida
Clinton Daryl Davis died at age 67 at Holmes Regional Hospital June 2, 2022. He was born at Melbourne Hospital May 25, 1955.
Ladies man, fish slayer, and outlaw Daryl told his last inappropriate joke on May 31, 2022, which cannot be printed here. He was a rare combination of someone who had a love of life and a firm understanding of what was important—the simplicity of living life.
Daryl was well known for telling jokes and pranking his friends!
But, his greatest accomplishment hands-down was Clint!
He is survived by his son Clint, brother Walter, grandchildren Caden, Hank, Waylon, first wife Stevie, second wife Lisa and many many friends!
Visitation will be held at Brownlie – Maxell Funeral Home on Wednesday June 8, 2022 at 11AM with a funeral service to begin at 12PM followed by a committal service at Florida Memorial Gardens at 1:30PM.
I was so sad to hear the news of Daryl’s passing. I knew him since junior high school and loved running into him around town. He always had a smile for me. I will miss you Daryl!
Daryl. One of my oldest friends. We hung out on Bonnie Circle when we were just wee toddlers. Way before we imagined graduating from MelHi, Class of ‘73 together or being friends for a lifetime. Running in to Daryl was always “exciting”, in so many ways! He always had stories and jokes and great big hugs! He will live on in our hearts and our memories… forever! Daryl… until we meet again! (And maybe we can discuss that tricycle again!!)
I went to Jr.High and High School with Daryl and often see him out and about. He was always a nice guy! Prayers to his family!
Sorry for your loss ,I am for
Daryl will be truly missed by his family, friends and Mel-Hi Classmates of 1973. It's time to say goodbye, but I think goodbyes are sad, and I'd much rate say hello. Hello to a new adventure.
My sincere condolences to his family and all friends for the loss of a tremendous individual and friend to many. I knew Daryl from Melbourne High School and he was just a happy and friendly soul. You are loved by all and will be missed for ever. "Fair winds and Following Seas" ............
One of the greatest, sweetest teddy bears I’ve ever had the pleasure of being around. Always had the best jokes and played the best songs on the juke box. Forever in my heart
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
RIP my brother… I enjoyed sharing the memories and friendship with you these last years!!! Mike G
So saddened to learn of Daryl's passing. I knew him in junior high school and he was always pleasant and friendly. May the grace of our Lord sustain the family during this time of great loss.
Many fond memories and lots of laughs. He had a great personality. I will miss my cousin.
Daryl with all the talks we had when both my parents and your mom was going through Alzheimers. You hopefully are at peace. You will be missed!
Dear Clint and family, I've known your Dad since we were in the 7th grade at Central Jr High. We were good pals and I always had a great time when ever your Dad was in the room. He was the sweetest man in the world. His pet name for me was Janzybaby. I will miss him dearly. May he rest in peace.
I am so sorry about hearing about your dad when Matt called me this weekend. I have very fond memories of him in my teenage years and whenever I came to town always saw him at Hiram's. Praying for you. -Kate Quinlan
Clint and family, we extend our sincere condolences to you and yours; but with a smile at all the fond memories of our times together. I know he will watch over you. Always, Pam and family.