Terrence Davis started in this industry in 2005 with Czarnowski. He later moved to a full time position with Renaissance Management as their foreman in Denver. He is now with Nth Degree as a traveling leadman.
In March 2020, Terrence’s son, Tyrell, woke up in the middle of the night with excruciating stomach pains. The xray at the ER irevealed he had a mass about the size of a cantoloupe crushing his right kidney and his liver. Tyrell was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk neuroblastoma with 10% bone marrow involvement right as the covid pandemic shut everything down.
Tyrell went through 5 rounds of chemo, 2 bone marrow transplants, 12 rounds of radiation and then 5 months of immuno-therapy Thankfully the treatments were successful and Tyrell was given the all clear in august of 2021. Recently, however, his recent PET scans revealed that a mass (golf ball sized) is growing on his liver which meant he is no longer in remission. He just went through 5 days of chemo and the family is now awaiting a trip to New York for about 2 weeks to remove the tumor, and radiate the tumor bed at memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center. To make matters even worse, he also just broke his left arm the day after we found out about his bad news.
The physical and emotional strain on the Davis family has been incredibly difficult, not to speak of the financial challenge that comes with the medical expenses and inability to work normal hours and generate income.