Judge Stephen A. Davis, (retired)
October 23, 1935 - December 22, 2022
Died in Omaha at age 87 following two years of declining health.
Steve was born in Omaha to Carl and Helen (Corr) Davis and grew up here, graduating from Central High. Shortly after being drafted in 1958, he married his first wife, Nancy Perry, also of Omaha, with whom he had three children.
After graduating from Creighton Law School in 1964, he was hired by the firm now known as Cassem, Tierny, Adams, Gotch and Douglas. In 1982, he was appointed as a judge of the Douglas County District Court. Justice was one of the few things in life he took seriously, and he did his best to dispense it until he retired in 2002.
Steve married his second wife, Donna Tubach, in 1987. Over the next 35 years, they enjoyed much travel, food, love and laughter together.
He had many hobbies over the years, but his favorites were reading, hunting, fishing, bicycling, kayaking and playing classical guitar.
Preceded in death by his parents and hunting buddies Jack Henley and Daniel Murphy.
He is survived by wife Donna Tubach-Davis; daughters and stepdaughter Ann (Paul) Pullum, Julie Davis, Stephanie (Matt) Egan; Heather Trezise; grandchildren Irene (Brad) Harm and Lauren Pullum, Ethan Davis, Cora, Macy, and Wyatt Trezise; great-grandson Deacon; brother- and sister-in-law Allan & Dorothy Tubach; life-long friend Robert Sundell and his wife Connie; dear friends Joyce Henley, Jackie Anderegg, Bev Haugen, Grace Kuhl; ex-wife Nancy; nieces and nephews; and many others.
Services will be held at a later date.
Memorials to the Child Saving Institute or the First Unitarian Church of Omaha.