He looks different in the photos to the way I remember him. It's been a long time since I saw him last though. I put his gloves on. I always told him to be careful but this night I don't remember if I did. He asked me if he should go and I told him it was his choice. I didn't say no. I still remember the feeling I would get when I heard his bike from over the hill coming into the sub-division. I never stopped loving him. I never have.
I remember when Travis arrived to the USA. He stayed with us for about one week. We travel together to NYC, we ate Breakfast, lunch and dinner together .We talk about several things, about the ups and downs of life, as a continue doing my projects and repairs around the house. I remember working on one of our VCR’s, he and Kevin assisted me in my workshop. Kevin and Travis had their typical arguments that brothers have and I was asked to intervene a few times. We talk about working out with the weights and me lifting their dad .I remember when Travis was young, smart and full of energy. That week was one of my finest weeks in my life. Too bad only one week! Thinking of you. Much heartfelt love and God bless you.
I don't understand why you were taken from us Trav when you shined so brightly on everyone and everything - perhaps this is why - maybe you had higher work to do. I know you are with us all and sometimes when I am still and quiet enough, I will see you in something really beautiful. I will always remember you being so dynamic, focused, and happy. You grew up to be such a fine man, but I will always see you as the checky little brother of my best friend Shar! I miss you Trav. Keeping shining. xxx
I remember Trav calling me in the States when Ryan was born. He expressed what an overwhelming feeling he had at being a new dad: the love and the sense of responsibility. It was such a moving experience to hear him talk about holding Ryan for the first time and looking at him and imagining their future together. I felt so honored that Trav would share this experience with me. I know that Trav is in Heaven with Dad and Grandad and our Lord watching over all of our family, especially his beautiful little son, Ryan. God bless you, Trav. We miss you. Love, Auntie Shar
Trav Still miss you heaps - guess I always will - you were very special.
I didn't realise how much Trav said he had learned from me in the realms of science, electronics and tecnology. In return Trav taught me about mechanics, patience, persistance and channeling ones agression. Together we were an unstoppable force. When he died, half of me died with him.
Travis this year is 33 6 years ago he started a new adventure. To travel the universe in all dimensions. Though I miss him dearly I am happy in knowing that he is well.. God Bless you Son love Das
Hi Travis, You left us too soon, son. What have you been up to! It must be awesome to be everywhere and to see everything. Ryan I am certain misses you as do we all. I do! I love you Dad
I'm sad to say there is only one memory we have of Travis when he came to the U.S. in 1991. He was a funny little kid then. Through brother Ronnie he tells us he turned out to be a fine young man and father. Even though we really didn't get to know Travis he still is and always will be 'mi familia' We know that he is looking down from heaven keeping an eye on Ryan and keeping him safe. God Bless you Travis until we get to meet again. Uncle Rich and Aunt Debbie Jones (U.S.A)
When Travis visited us for the first time in the USA in 1991. The girls loved him and he loved playing around with them. He even played barbie dolls.