Frank Travis

Born: Sat., Jan. 14, 1939
Died: Sun., Sep. 30, 2018

Celebration of Life

1:00 PM Sat., Oct. 06, 2018
Location: Oak Grove Baptist Church

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Frank Everett Travis was born January 14, 1939 to Will and Lillie Travis in Cuba, Alabama.
Frank received his formal education in the city of his birth.
Frank had a passion for farming and he spent his latter years enjoying his favorite pastime.
Frank was a dedicated, persistent worker, giving Gold Kist Feed Mill over 30 years before his retirement.
On December 27, 1983, Frank was united in marriage to Barbara Moore Travis.  Together, Frank and Barbara raised their only daughter and five sons.
Frank leaves to cherish his loving memories, his loving wife of 42 years, Barbara Travis; five sons, Willie L. Often, Byron (Beverly) McMath, Charles Travis, all of Jasper, Al, Floyd Travis, Los Angeles, Ca, James (Shannon) Dixon, Sulligent, Al; one daughter, Tara Rena Travis, Gadsden, Al; twenty-two grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; brothers, A.V. (Rosetta) Gaines, Buffalo, NY, Robert (Loretta) Lake, Parrish, Al; brothers-in-law, Kenneth (Earnestine) Moore, Hamilton, AL, Hester (Ida) Whittaker, Fayette, AL; sisters-in-law, Rammie Whittaker, Zadie (Michael) Robinson, Hattie Thomas, all of Gadsden, AL, Pauline Lake, Katie Lake, both of York, AL; mother-in-law, Hattie Whitaker, Gadsden, AL; special friends, Tonya Harden, Willie Ward, Mary Taylor and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

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J Baker
   Posted Wed October 03, 2018
At the end of each life is a legacy of love and memories. Hold tight to those memories…. Lean on each other for support. And look to God’s Word, the Bible, for comfort and strength. 1 Peter 5:7 encourages; “Throw all your anxiety on him, because he cares for you.”

J Baker
   Posted Thu October 11, 2018
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to your family for the loss of your loved one. The loss of someone in death can be a very difficult time for families. Grief is a feeling that everyone deals with it in their own way. Jesus reacted to the death of his friend Lazarus even though he had the power to bring him back to life. (John 11:33-35) By resurrecting Lazarus and others Jesus demonstrated on a small scale what he will do as the King of God’s Kingdom worldwide in fulfillment of Jehovah’s promise at Revelation 21:3-5.

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