Dr. Davis was a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan, he loved football ever since he was a young man and played in High School. He got the chance to go and visit the Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas where he was able to take a grand tour of the Stadium. He was like a kid in a candy store running from the 50 yard line to the Cowboys end zone. Dr. Davis’ favorite pastime was fishing. He loved to fish! If he could spend all day on the fishing bank he would except on Sundays because he was not missing church! Dr. Davis worked for Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) for 30 years, he was the first African American hired as a lineman in the Central Valley. Morris had many talents and was a jack of all trades. He was a skilled electrician and construction worker who built his own home over 40 years ago. He could fix anything as long as he had a roll of duck tape, he was alright! It was not unusual for anyone to see Dr. Davis up on the roof of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church working while dressed in his Sunday best and Church shoes. When something needed fixing he was getting it fixed, no matter what he had onat the time.