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Matthew S. Davis

May 3, 1979 August 31, 2018
Matthew  S.  Davis
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Obituary for Matthew S. Davis

MATTHEW S. DAVIS – Age 39, died unexpectedly in Santa Ana, CA on Friday, August 31 after a courageous battle with addiction.

He was born in Lowell, May 3, 1979, the son of Stanley R. and Marcia A. (Conroy) Davis of Woburn and lived in Woburn his entire life. He graduated from Woburn High School in 1997 and then from the University of Massachusetts- Isenberg School of Management in Amherst in 2003.

Although he battled the disease of addiction for many years, his addiction didn’t define him. He was a loving son and brother and his greatest source of pride was being an uncle to his nieces and nephews: Emma, Ava, RJ, Isla, and Jack and a godfather to his niece, Abby. As a youth, he enjoyed playing Woburn Youth Soccer and Woburn Little League and racing BMX bikes. His eclectic taste in music represented the many interests he held. He was an avid golfer, a consistent prankster, and a die-hard Boston sports fan- he loved that Dirty Water. He loved the summer, sunshine, and the beaches on both the East and West Coast but his favorite place was a small town in Maine, Tenants Harbor, where he spent many childhood summers with his grandparents. As he traveled the road to sobriety, he helped many along the way, believing that recovery was possible.

Besides his parents, Matthew is survived by his sisters, Erin Pineau and her husband, Gregory, of Billerica and Meghan Rodriguez and her husband, Richard, of Woburn. In addition, he was survived by his nieces and nephews: Emma, Abigail, and Jack Pineau and Ava, RJ, and Isla Rodriguez. He is also survived by his paternal grandfather, Warren Davis, of Rockland, ME as well as many extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, William and Barbara (Peabody) Conroy and his paternal grandmother, Evelyn (Bamberg) Davis.

Funeral arrangements for Matthew will be private and held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made to Learn 2 Cope at www.learn2cope.org

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