Diana Davidson

Meet Diana Davidson of Habersham County! Diana is co-owner of Davidson Inspection Services with her husband Chris. Diana and Chris met in 2001, and married in 2004 . After 10 years in Agricultural Lending for Diana, and many years in different aspects of the construction industry for Chris, they decided they wanted more for their family. So, in 2015, they began Davidson Inspection Services. With 4 years in the business, Davidson Home Inspections’ primary focus is on providing customers with excellent customer service and peace of mind when considering the purchase of a specific home or light commercial property. In addition to site inspections, the company offers a comprehensive report; providing the buyer detailed explanations and concerns of the property they are considering buying.
Diana is a 1997 graduate of Habersham Central High School, and alumni of North GA Technical College, Gainesville College, North GA College & State University, and Brenau University. She is a life-long resident of Habersham County. Diana and Chris have two boys: Doug (10) and Sam (7). She and her family reside just outside of Clarkesville, in Turnerville.


Q: What inspired you or led you to your current career?
A: “To have a better future for ourselves and our children and have flexible time to spend with them. ”


Q: Who is the most interesting person you’ve met here in Habersham County?
A: “My dad. While I may be partial to this man as a “daddy’s girl”, he holds the title of “Most Interesting Person” in my life for many reasons. He’s a Navy Veteran, retired Firefighter for the City of Atlanta, and business owner here in Clarkesville. But what makes this man truly interesting is his life well-lived. I’ve been scuba diving once in my life, and it was with him. He has been to the depths of every lake in the area, and has searched for the old town of Burton, only to find the tops of chimneys from years passed. He taught my brother and I a love of watersports, and to this day is the best slalom skier I’ve ever met. We spent many weekends “chasing” him down rivers, to hand out lunch as he hurried down rushing waters during canoe races. We walked many miles cave exploring, hiking mountains, and exploring backwoods while metal detecting. I learned to pan for gold at a young age, only to enjoy finding rocks because of him. I spent many Saturdays at tracks cheering on my go-kart racing daddy. He has built motorcycles that have traveled for hundreds of miles; repelled off of the highest skyscrapers in Atlanta; hung out with some seriously famous faces, and made the interior of their boats look like a million dollars. He’s a coin collector, big buck killer…
He is also an amazing piano and organ player, who had a band in high school, and played organ for his church as a teenager (and once filled in for the key board player for John King back in the day).
And most interesting; he was the face of Quaker State in the 80’s, as was seen on many billboards over Atlanta.
Jerry Taylor, owner of JT Marine Upholstery in Clarkesville… This is the most interesting person I’ve met here in Habersham County.


Q: What is your favorite restaurant in Habersham County, and what do you love there?
A: “Glen Ella. It has the perfect ambience and I love stepping back into Davidson family history.”


Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would it be? And why?
A: “Australia, I have always been fascinated with the people, climate, wildlife, and environment.”


Q: What is the first movie you remember seeing in a theater?
A: “Definitely, ‘ET’”


Q: What advice would you give a crowd of people?
A: “The things that scare you are the things worth doing. Only you can hold yourself back.”


Q: What is your favorite thing about Habersham County?
A: “Mountain views, the peaceful environment, and familiar faces.”


Q: Where do you see yourself in five or 10 years?
A: “I hope to be where I am now, but with more time spent traveling and exploring with the kids.”


Q: What is something interesting that most people don’t know about you?
A: “I began clogging at age 5. I danced until around age 18 and was a competition clogger during part of that time.”


Q: What three words mean “Home” to you?
A: “Community, Love, Support.”

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