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    James R Travis

    April 20, 1933 – May 21, 2020

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    Posted by:
    Rob & Debby Scheetz

    Posted on:
    May 29, 2020

    We were so sorry to hear of Uncle Jim’s passing. We have a lot of good memories of him and your Mom. We loved visiting with them when they would come to Michigan and visit. We will never forget bringing the kids to visit with them for the day when we were in Florida. We had a great day with them and the kids loved being there! We are sending our deepest sympathies and love to you. Love, Rob, Debby, and family (The Scheetz Family)

    Posted by:
    Rebecca Brewer (Johns)

    Posted on:
    May 27, 2020

    Living in Michigan, we didn’t get to see you all that much, although we did come once in my childhood to visit. The most prominent memory I have of my Uncle Jim was his love for his family. When he was in Michigan after Debbie’s passing we shared a small, yet powerful moment where I said “she will always be remembered as my cousin and that I miss her”. Through tears Uncle Jim hugged me tightly and I felt his pain for such a tremendous loss. As a mom now myself, I cannot imagine going through that and hopefully there is some peace in knowing he is back with his daughter and wife eternally. Keeping everyone who knew and loved Uncle Jim in my thoughts and prayers. Rebecca Brewer (Maiden name Johns. Uncle Cal and Aunt Mary’s youngest daughter)

    Posted by:
    Kevin Travis

    Posted on:
    May 24, 2020

    Thank you Uncle Jim for so many wonderful memories! A true Gentleman and a blessing to us and so many who knew him. He proudly served and loved his Country, family and friends! It’s so sad that you have been taken from us for now, may the Lord Jesus welcome you home into his Kingdom and your spirit live in our hearts forever. Love, Kevin & Barbara Travis

    Posted by:
    Josep Travis

    Posted on:
    May 23, 2020

    Rest in peace Uncle Jim. Love, Joe

    Posted by:
    Steven Notaras

    Posted on:
    May 23, 2020

    Hey Jim, sorry to hear about your Dad, he was always very welcoming and greeted me with a smile whenever I came to your homes or the motels. I’ll never forget when I used to come looking for at the West Indies Rio Mar, and your weren’t there, your Dad would look at me with a smile and point to A1A and say just keep an eye out he will zip by soon, that was so funny. I’m glad you were able to be with him and help him the last few weeks, I’m sure that meant alot to him and you. Sorry about your loss and hope to see you soon so we can remember your whole family and talk about the good old days.

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