He was a piano player in a jazz band called the “Edgemont Hot Club”.
Perry was a 1954 graduate of Dartmouth College in New Hampshire where he studied Comparative Literature & Philosophy. He received his MBA from New York University in 1966.
He lived in Scarsdale NY, New York City, Stamford CT, Park Ridge NJ, and moved to the Princeton area in 1976.
He worked in the technology field where he held top management positions in the advertising industry.
He was actively engaged in local politics and served the Montgomery Woods Homeowners Association as treasurer and board member.
He stayed connected with his Scarsdale High School friends, known as the “Edgemonters,” and was very active in organizing field trips and class reunions for many years.
He was predeceased by his parents, Perry J. Davis Sr. and Natalie Broach Davis.
Surviving are his wife, Janie Hala-Davis; three children, Michael Scott Davis of Raleigh, North Carolina, David Perry Davis of Titusville, NJ, and Leslie Laud of Wellesley, MA; five grandchildren, Timothy Davis-Napier, Arjun Laud, Ravi Laud, Maya Davis, Scarlett Davis and many cousins.
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