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Isaac Davis

Isaac Valle Davis

Wednesday, March 31st, 2004 - Monday, June 14th, 2021
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Isaac Valle Davis, 17, passed away unexpectedly on Monday June 14, 2021 in a tragic car accident. Isaac, a resident of Willington, CT since 2006, was born on March 31, 2004 in Glendale, AZ.
Isaac was a rising senior in the carpentry program at Windham Technical High School. A passionate athlete since early childhood, he was a Varsity basketball player and had recently accepted the responsibility to coach Windham Tech’s JV team in their summer program. Beloved by teammates, coaches, classmates, and teachers alike, he worked hard, played fair, and earned his keep. Ike, who aspired to a career in carpentry, had just proudly completed a group project at school constructing a memorial bench for a fellow Windham Tech student who had passed away last fall.
Ike loved music, especially rap and hip-hop, but through his parents’ influence, he was excitedly discovering the music of the Grateful Dead. Ike looked up to his brother Max from day one and they had a wonderfully close and loving relationship. He was a kind, caring, loyal and respectful friend, and had an amazing ability to bring people together. He put everyone around him at ease with his gentle, welcoming demeanor and great sense of humor. He had a soft spot for animals and loved his cat Ollie and his puppy Lucy.
Isaac is survived by his mother Tammy Glaeser, his father Steven Davis, and his brother Maxwell Davis, all of whom are Willington residents. He also leaves behind his grandparents Robert and Mary Davis, and George and Deborah Glaeser, his aunts Susan Bodnar and Tracy Glaeser and their families, as well as numerous chosen and honorary aunts and uncles, many cousins, and an abundance of beloved friends.
Isaac was larger than life in the most humble way imaginable, and he will truly be missed.
Everyone is encouraged to attend a memorial celebration of Isaac’s life on June 19th from 3pm - 7pm at Tolland Memorial Funeral Home, 375 Merrow Road, Tolland, CT 06084. Casual attire is more than appropriate, so come as you are. As a tribute to Ike, feel free to wear your favorite sneakers or shoes.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to the Windham Tech Athletic Department, which Isaac was so incredibly proud to be a part of. Checks should be made out to Windham Technical High School, Attn: Athletic Director, 210 Birch St, Willimantic, CT 06226. For online condolences please visit
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    Saturday, June 19th, 2021 | 3:00pm - 7:00pm
    Saturday, June 19th, 2021 3:00pm - 7:00pm
    Tolland Memorial Funeral Home
    375 Merrow Road
    TOLLAND, CT 06084
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Deborah C Kissane

Posted at 11:30am
My deepest condolences to you all.
Our son, Brendan, also hit a tree on Mansfield City Rd in 2006 and died. He was an EO Smith graduate. Your son seems so much like he was. So full of Life and Love.
We try to be grateful each day for the time we had with him and cherish the memories.
Please know you and your family and all those who love him are in our prayers.
Please feel free to reach out to us.
John and Debbie Kissane


Posted at 10:56am
Dear Isaac's family,

This is so tragic and sad! My son, Tomas Verardi, told me he knew Isaac, from his Junior year at EO Smith. Although I never met Isaac, I am sure he was an incredible young man. My both kids, Tomas and Nicolas mentioned to me, Tammy, you are a teacher at EO Smith. My heart goes to you and your family in this difficult moment. I hope the nice memories will be there forever... Our deepest condolences...

Ana Lena Fidantsef, Paulo Verardi, and kids, Tomas and Nicolas Verardi


Posted at 08:24pm
Thank you, Isaac, for bringing light to those around you.Sent with love and remembrance,
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Amy Nocton

Posted at 08:35am
I am so sorry for this loss. I have a sense of how beloved Isaac is and was from conversations with Tammy and from hearing other EO Smith colleagues share what a remarkable, wonderful, loving young man he was. I am unable to attend services as I am leaving for TN today to see my sister, but my daughter and I will stop and pause and think of Isaac and those who loved him along the way to honor you all. We, my family and I, send our deepest condolences. Fondly, Amy Nocton and family

Kirstie Farrar

Posted at 07:49am
Words can't expressed how deeply sorry we are for your loss. I remember when Steve coached the Hipsky farm little league team. It was Caleb's first time playing ball. Those boys were all so goofy and cute and Ike's skill as an athlete was already obvious. We are sending all of our love and thoughts to you. Love, Kirstie, Jeff, Caleb, Rane and Maren Farrar

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