Sunday, March 05, 2006

Remembering William (Bill) Davis

An old friend from CallTech/Teleperformance recently died Friday due to a failed robbery attempt. William Davis, known as Bill his friends, died from an accident related to the robbery.

He was an intelligent, outspoken, and unique individual that loved his wife, played good chess, and was one of the few that could sometimes beat me on foosball. I will miss him greatly.

Goodbye old friend.

4 comments:

NotABackStabber said...

You are a two face, you never liked him in the first place. You said so your self. You thought he was too outspoken and dirty. And you were also mad because he was much more intelligent that you were. At least he had much more logic than you will ever have and I’m sure he would have been able to run Call Tech more efficient than you. Don how can you sit there and write about Bill Davis, you know you don't miss him.

Dohboy said...

I knew Bill well, we conversed often, we've played games, and he has even been to my house. In fact, I was one of the few people that went to his wedding. We respected each other despite disagreeing on almost everything.

For you to say that I didn't know him or didn't like him, you're clearly mistaken. I think it's quite obvious you have some anger management issues to deal with. If you ever need my assistance, please let me know.

NotABackStabber said...

At least I was not the one that was fired and the locks were changed on me. You tell me who has the anger managements issues.

Dohboy said...

Your comments clearly show you have no clue what you're talking about, but that's okay. People that hide behind names tend to have misinformation.

I resigned during a dispute and turned down an offer from a partner.