Stanley S. Davis, Jr. was born on August 5, 1932 in Oakland, California, to Dr. Stanley S. Davis Sr. and Martha Kerwin Davis, both descendants of pioneer California families. After a short illness, he passed away peacefully on June 6, 2010 in the presence of his loving daughter Estelle. Stanley Davis Jr. is survived by his sister Linda Davis of El Dorado Hills, California, and his four children: Leonie Davis Huse of El Dorado Hills, Ramona Davis Frenn of Placerville, California, Estelle Davis of Eugene, Oregon, and Stanley Davis III of El Dorado Hills. He is also survived by his 15 grandchildren, one great grandchild, and his two springer spaniels, Annie and Hope. Stanley served in the US Air Force during the Korean War era, but contracted polio during flight training. After spending a courageous year in the hospital, he was medically discharged. He then returned to college, earning a BA and an MBA from Stanford University. After working for various companies in the field of medical electronics and living in different parts of the country, in 1977 Stanley Davis moved his family back to California, settling in El Dorado Hills. He started Life-Assist, Inc., now a nationally recognized distributor of emergency medical products. Stan was a man of many passions. He loved his cars, dogs, family history, traveling, and learning. He was an adventurer, going around the world in 1960, with stops in Japan, India, Nepal, and Saudi Arabia. During the 1970's, he traveled frequently to South America. In 1992, he flew to Magadan, then in the USSR, on one of the first scheduled flights from Anchorage. Stanley Davis attended meets of MG enthusiasts in Europe, Australia, and Africa, and when in his 60's, went caravan camping in both New Zealand and South Africa, He was proud of his adventures and was not afraid of risk. He was a great storyteller and loved to talk of his experiences and the colorful people he met and befriended along the way. He will be missed for his adventurous spirit, his vast knowledge of just about everything, his love of cars and dogs and his memorable presence. We love you Dad and may you rest in peace.