March 12, 1962 ~ July 24, 2021

Born in: New Haven, CT
Resided in: Cheshire, CT

Kenneth R. Davison, age 59, of Cheshire, passed away unexpectedly on July 24, 2021 at MidState Medical Center. He was born on March 12, 1962 in New Haven to Claudia (Ellis) Davison of Atlanta, GA and the late Robert L. Davison. Living in Cheshire most of his life, he was a graduate of Cheshire High School. Ken was an avid member of the school’s swim team, becoming an ambassador of swimming for Cheshire High School and influencing subsequent generations of swimmers. His athletic talents and fierce competitive spirit pushed him to become a victorious triathlete at competitions across the country. Ken enjoyed spending his free time on his beloved farm taking care of the many animals that he loved. Talented with his hands, Ken enjoyed work, and he derived a great sense of satisfaction from the various projects he undertook to improve the farm for the benefit of all who live there, both four legged and two legged. Ken was employed by Johnson Controls International. By all that knew him, Ken was funny, often sharing a witty comment or story about anything and everything.
Ken will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Terri (Davis) Davison; his children, Andrew and Eric Davison both of Meriden, his sister, Suzanne (Matthew) Jaffe of Atlanta, GA; his brother, Kerry (Jolie) Davison of Chiang Mai, Thailand, his nephews, Brandon & Alec Jaffe, both of Atlanta, GA, and his step-children, Davis and Meredith Carson, both of Cheshire, Sarah (Joon Ho Lee) Morookian of Suwon, South Korea, and Michael (Margo Helen Branach) Morookian of Dallas, TX.
Friends may visit with Ken’s family for a celebration of his life on Friday, July 30, 2021 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Due to the fact that many of Ken’s family are traveling great distances to attend, we ask that all attendees please wear a mask. Burial will be private.



Visitation: July 30, 2021 4:00 - 7:00 pm

Beecher & Bennett Funeral Service - Hamden
2300 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518


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  1. I graduated Cheshire High with Ken in 1980 and remember him well. He was quick with his wit and had many friends at school. I will miss our interactions on social media. RIP my friend.

  2. So sorry for your great loss. I remember Ken from swimming for years at the Cheshire Comm Pool. He was always friendly, great swimmer and well known around the pool. May his memory be a blessing !

  3. So sorry for the loss of your Father Andrew and Eric! You boys are like my xtra kids! And my heart goes out to you so much! Praying for comfort for you both! And to the rest of the family!! I know your dad will join mine as an Angel now watching over you boys!! Love you!! Love Momma Bek! Xoxo 💙💙

  4. From the first time we met Ken he illuminated kindness and warmth. As we got to know him we became fond of his wit, sincerity, and his devotion to his family. We are heartbroken for you all and send you love and light during this time and always. In love, Cornell, Kristen, Zeke, and Zadie Hatcher

  5. I reconnected with Ken on Social Media and we had numerous conversations and always looked at things with a humerous side.
    The mailbox fiasco was interesting. His wit and compassion will be greatly missed! May God embrace you and your family. ❤️

  6. I am still so saddened. I graduated with Ken from CHS and we reconnected the last few years. Blessings to you all.

  7. with great sadness, i am writing this. i am in disbelief. ken was such a kind and welcoming man, and i will remember him forever. blessed be, meredith, davis, and mrs. davidson.

  8. Ken was a great friend, and an even better all around person.
    He will be sorely missed, and always remembered.
    Thanks for being there Ken!
    Prayers, and thoughts for Ken, and family.
    From Craig Alling.

  9. Ken was such a delightful, witty and kind man. I’m so thankful my family and I had the chance to know him. ❤️
    Doug, Angie, Samantha and Alexis Boggs

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