Travis Roger Low
. November 12, 1952 to December 28, 2022.
Travis Roger Low, a dedicated husband, caring papa, passionate grandpa, weekend break cowboy, small company proprietor, important area participant, as well as faithful good friend, died on December 28, 2022.
Travis was birthed in Scotia on November 12, 1952, to Roger Low as well as Carolyn Convenience Low. He was the more youthful bro of Kevin as well as David as well as the older bro of Garvin as well as his sis Alison. He participated in elementary school as well as senior high school in Fortuna. After finishing in 1971, he quickly participated in University of the Redwoods prior to joining his papa, Roger, eligible of family-owned as well as ran Low’s Furnishings, situated on Key Road Fortuna. He lived as well as grew in Humboldt Region his whole life. Nobody was much more happy with that than himself.
Travis was an enthusiastic horseman because the day he obtained his very first steed, ‘Raisin,’ when he was simply 12 years of ages. A passionate participant of the Sonoma Region Route Sports Jackets because 1989, Travis particularly eagerly anticipated getting in touch with his fellow cowboys annually on the yearly Route Flight.
Travis’s children will certainly remember his undeviating love as well as constant assistance of their numerous sporting activities, 4H, as well as FFA jobs. They will certainly constantly value the several brandings with their left-handed roper, snowboarding dilly dally street at Mt. Bachelor, Sunday early morning steed flights on the coastline to review life, the relocate to university with his steed trailer, going to Kristina as well as her family members in Australia, as well as conference Viktoria for a sail on the watercraft she captained in the Caribbean. He maintained the coziest fire fed all winter months long as well as will certainly permanently be considered while appreciating early morning toasties as well as coffee.
No one was prouder of his youngsters than Travis, as well as they constantly felt it. Kristina as well as Viktoria will certainly hold near one of the most current browse through Travis had with his grandkids. Photos of them riding with their Pappa will certainly be valued permanently.
Travis wed Kale, a previous exchange trainee, in 1982 after conference throughout Kale’s browse through to Fortuna to see her ‘American moms and dads’ Marnie as well as Fred Nunnemaker. In 2016 he ultimately wed Teri Hopkins, a fellow FUHS 1971 schoolmate, as well as they made a brand-new as well as caring life with each other in Fortuna. They made unique memories adventuring throughout, going to loved ones in Arizona, Oregon, Southern The Golden State, Arkansas, as well as past.
Travis rested on the Humboldt Region Fair Board of Supervisors for 23 years. He belonged to the Fortuna Chamber of Business, Fortuna Rotating Club, the Humboldt State Board Of Advisers, as well as the Coastal Regional Board Participant for Umpqua Financial institution for years. He likewise rested on the Fortuna Preparation Payment as well as was a veteran participant of the Ingomar Club. Travis enjoyed his area as well as was honored to be entailed in your area at all he could. Lots of will certainly remember him dropping in their workplaces on Key road to greet while he was out as well as around. He constantly welcomed every person with a huge smile, a strong handshake, or a significant hug.
Travis is made it through by his better half Teri, previous better half as well as mom of his children, Kale, children Kristina as well as Viktoria, boy in legislations Andrew Chino as well as Chris McNamara, grandchildren Vera, Siena, Enza, Mila, as well as Henry Wilder, bros as well as sister-in-law Kevin, David, as well as Jeanne, nephew Kevin, stepsons Lance as well as Preston, step-grandson Austin, his canine Jessie Lou Lou as well as steed Dewey. He is come before in fatality by his papa, Roger, mom Carolyn, his bro Garvin, sis Alison, as well as cherished pets: Bonnie Basset, Timmy, as well as Murdoc.
An event of his life will certainly be hung on July 20, 2023, at 2 p.m. at The Barn by Fernbridge. In remembrance or instead of blossoms, contributions might be made in his name to the Sonoma Region Route Sports Jackets.
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