1968 Olympian Eadie Wetzel Davis – Moving Family Tribute Video

This swimming video and the message below was shared courtesy of the USA Swimming Foundation and Whit and Casey Hansen, sons of Eadie Wetzel Davis.

For those of you who know and love Eadie Wetzel, the story revealed in this message may leave you both stunned and saddened, just like it’s left many of us at USA Swimming and the USA Swimming Foundation. For those of you who haven’t had the good fortune of knowing Eadie,
we ask that you take a few minutes to learn about this dynamic woman whose life was shaped and enriched through the sport of swimming.

The thought provoking video tribute of Eadie’s life journey was created by her sons, Whit and Casey Hansen.

Whit and Casey not only ask, but encourage you to share Eadie’s story with your family, friends and through your own social media outlets.

Cards and notes are welcome! Whit and Casey request messages to Eadie be upbeat, full of love and good wishes. Please honor their wishes by refraining from writing expressions of sadness or sorrow.

Send your mail to:
Eadie Wetzel Davis
c/o Casey Hansen
377 Rector Place, Apt 18D
New York, NY 10280

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6 years ago

Found this YouTube video about Eadie.

6 years ago

To the Davis family, I am really sorry to see your mother go. This is a moving video tribute and it is heartbreaking to see someone go this way. Peace be with you.

Vicki Swisher
6 years ago

Eadie is one of my dearest friends, She is an amazing athlete and funny!! We shared so many fun times together. She helped me paint almost every room in my house and even stepped into the bucket of paint. Always ready to do something creative and adored her boys, I love you girlfriend. You are in my thoughts alot and praying for good days for you! hugs to you from me Logan and Griffin. Whit and Casey you are wonderful sons.Thank you for taking such great care of her.

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