Travis Roger Low, a dedicated married man, caring papa, passionate grandpa, weekend break cowboy, small company proprietor, essential area participant and also dedicated pal, died on Dec. 28, 2022.
Travis was birthed in Scotia on Nov. 12, 1952, to Roger Low and also Carolyn Convenience Low. He was the more youthful sibling of Kevin and also David and also the older sibling of Garvin and also his sibling Alison. He participated in elementary school and also secondary 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 and also ran Low’s Furnishings, situated on Key Road Fortuna. He lived and also flourished in Humboldt Area his whole life. Nobody was a lot more happy with that than himself.
Travis was an enthusiastic horseman considering that the day he obtained his initial equine, “Raisin,” when he was simply 12 years of ages. An enthusiastic participant of the Sonoma Area Route Sports Jackets considering that 1989, Travis particularly anticipated getting in touch with his fellow cowboys annually on the yearly Route Trip.
Travis’ little girls will certainly remember his steady love and also constant assistance of their different sporting activities, 4H, and also FFA tasks. They will certainly constantly treasure the lots of brandings with their left-handed roper, winter sports dilly dally street at Mt. Bachelor, Sunday early morning equine flights on the coastline to talk about life, the transfer to university with his equine trailer, seeing Kristina and also her household in Australia, and also conference Viktoria for a sail on the watercraft she captained in the Caribbean. He maintained the coziest fire stired all winter season long and also will certainly for life be considered while appreciating early morning toasties and also coffee.
No one was prouder of his children than Travis, and also they constantly felt it. Kristina and also 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 for life.
Travis wed Kale, a previous exchange pupil, in 1982 after conference throughout Kale’s browse through to Fortuna to see her “American moms and dads” Marnie and also Fred Nunnemaker. In 2016 he consequently wed Teri Hopkins, a fellow FUHS 1971 schoolmate, and also they made a brand-new and also caring life with each other in Fortuna. They made unique memories adventuring around, seeing family and friends in Arizona, Oregon, Southern The Golden State, Arkansas and also past.
Travis rested on the Humboldt Area Fair Organization Board of Supervisors for 23 years. He belonged to the Fortuna Chamber of Business, Fortuna Rotating Club, the Humboldt State Board Of Advisers and also the Coastal Regional Board Participant for Umpqua Financial institution for several years. He additionally rested on the Fortuna Preparation Compensation and also was a veteran participant of the Ingomar Club. Travis enjoyed his area and also was pleased to be entailed in your area whatsoever he could. Several will certainly remember him coming by their workplaces on Key road to greet while he was out and also around. He constantly welcomed everybody with a huge smile, a strong handshake or a substantial hug.
Travis is endured by his better half Teri Low, previous better half and also mommy of his little girls, Kale Low, little girls Kristina Low Chino and also Viktoria Low McNamara, son-in-laws Andrew Chino and also Chris McNamara, grandchildren Vera Chino, Siena Chino, Enza Chino, Mila McNamara, and also Henry Wilder McNamara, bros and also sister-in-law Kevin Low, David Low, and also Jeanne Low, nephew Kevin Low, stepsons Lance Tate and also Preston Tate, step-grandson Austin Tate, his canine Jessie Lou Lou and also equine Dewey. He is come before in fatality by his papa, Roger, mommy Carolyn, his sibling Garvin, sibling Alison, and also precious pet dogs: Bonnie Basset, Timmy, and also Murdoc.
An event of his life will certainly be hung on July 20 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 Area Route Sports Jackets.