Ormus 'Doc' Davenport Ormus "Doc" Davenport died at Buffalo General Hospital here last month of complications from heart and circulatory problems. He was 81. A longtime food broker serving retailers in western New York, Davenport built his father's brokerage business, Davenport-Webb, into a major regional food brokerage with offices in Buffalo, Syracuse and Albany, N.Y., and Scranton, Pa. The World War II veteran also maintained a writing and journalism career, and his WWII novel "The Tea ...

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