JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A father, a grandfather. Those who knew George Davis say he would be the first to give you the shirt off of his back.
"Funny, sweet, a hard worker - if he didn't have it, he made a way to get it for you,” said Chelie Toler, Davis’s daughter.
It’s been close to three months since Toler last saw her father alive. Davis, 82, was brutally beaten to death in his St. Clair home on July 19.
And as of Friday, there has been no closure. No arrests have been made in this case.
Overgrown bushes and a blanket, which now boards up his windows, serve as a painful reminder of what happened there.
"It's very hard to come back here and for him not to be here. He definitely did not deserve this,” said Toler.
With the help of the group Mad Dads, they’re asking for answers. The family is pleading for those who may know anything about this case to step forward.
"The community has to tell what they know. They've got to break the code of silence if they want this crime solved,” said Donald Foy, president of Mad Dads in Jacksonville.
"This was a very cowardly act and we definitely will not stop until something has been done,” said Toler.
A Mad Dads walk for George Davis was held Friday at Woodstock Park.
Anyone with information about this case is being asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.