Roy Tasco DAVIS
Roy Tasco DAVIS, American Minister.
DAVIS, Roy Tasco was born on June 24, 1889 in Ewing, Missouri. Son of John Albert and Bessie (White) Davis.
Louisiana Grange College, Louisiana Grange, Missouri, A. B., 1908; Brown Univ., Providence, Rhode Island Bachelor of Philosophy, 1910; Special Course in Commerce, 1911
Page, Congress of the United States, 1907. Secretary, Missouri H. of Representative, 1909. Secretary, Commission to build Missouri State Capitol, 1912-1913.
Secy, and Business Manager to Stephens College, 1913-1921. Appointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Guatemala, 1921. To Costa Rica, 1922; mediator, boundary controversy between Guatemala and Honduras, 1928.
Appointed Minister Extraordinary and Envoy Plenipotentiary to Panama, since 1929.
Clubs: Union, Miramar, Rotary (Panama).
Spouse Loyce Enloe, Jefferson City, Missoury, August 16, 1913.