Randy DavisHonorable Randy Davis was elected to the Alabama House of Representatives (District 96) during November 2002. As a member of the Republican Party, Davis represents cities in Baldwin and Mobile County (Daphne, Spanish Fort, Chickasaw, Saraland, and Satsuma). Rep. Davis is a member of the Constitution and Elections Committee and Education Committee. Also, Rep. Davis serves as a member of the Reapportionment Committee of the National Southern Legislators Association.
Davis, age 51, is a former resident of the Chickasaw and Saraland communities and currently resides in Daphne. Having most recently served as coordinator for the Baldwin County Public School System, Davis has worked in education for more than 25 years. His duties have included coordination of community education, Partnership in Education and public relations activities for all Baldwin County public schools.
Davis began his teaching career in Mississippi and also worked for the Mobile County Public School System as a teacher and administrator for 23 years.
Davis has directed bands and choirs of all ages during his career and served as choir director at Chickasaw United Methodist Church and Spanish Fort United Methodist Church. Randy Davis has earned bachelors, masters and education specialist degrees in music education and administration, and has studied music at the University of Southern Mississippi as well as Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey.
In addition to his work at Chickasaw United Methodist Church, Spanish Fort United Methodist Church and the Baldwin County Public School system, Davis has performed professionally with the Mobile Opera, Mobile Ballet, Mobile Symphony, and numerous other church and professional groups.
A recipient of the 1999 Michael Fitzhugh Award for Outstanding Contributions to Education, Davis has also been involved in many community organizations having served as chairman of the United States Sports Academy’s Youth Arts program, Baldwin and Mobile United Way Committee, board member of the Mobile Arts Council, Bounds YMCA Board of Directors, Boys and Girls Clubs, Baldwin County Trailblazers Board, Chickasaw Chamber of Commerce, Senior Bowl Committee, Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Committee, GMAC Bowl Committee, Baldwin Pops Band, Mobile Community Pops Band, Leadership Mobile 1996, Envision Mobile/Baldwin, Dixie Youth Baseball in Chickasaw and Daphne, and is currently a resident conductor and performer with the Baldwin Pops Band.
Born to J. E. Davis and Lucille Davis of Saraland, Davis is married to Martha Lindsey Davis, a native of Chickasaw. She has taught at Robert E. Lee School in Satsuma and is currently a teacher at Chickasaw Magnet School of Math and Science. Mrs. Davis also serves as an organist for the community’s St. Michael’s Episcopal Church. The Davis’ have one son, Judd, who attended schools in Satsuma and Chickasaw before graduating from Daphne High School. Judd currently attends Troy State University in Troy, Alabama.