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Travis Alan Payne
December 28, 1977 ~ November 15, 2023 (age 45) 45 Years Old
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Due to an unfortunate accident, we lost our beloved Husband, Father, Son and Best Friend. Travis accomplished so many things in his life, he had a gift for creating and building anything he set out to do. He has touched so many people throughout his journey in life with his spunky funny carefree attitude. He had a love for the outdoors, and it didn’t matter if it was hiking, camping or hunting. He met the love of his life in the fall of 1998 on a camping trip in the mountains. He then married his best friend in July of 2002. He was able to share 25 years of his love with her. From the moment he met his son at 2 years of age, he knew he was going to raise him as his own. He loved his son very much and enjoyed all the special times they shared. For those who had the honor to know Travis knew his love for old trucks and cars. He was so proud of his 1963 Black Beauty Ford F-150 that he built from the frame up. Just one of the many accomplishments he experienced in this life. His wild and free spirit inspired so many, and he was always willing to help others.
He will be loved and missed very much!
Surviving is his wife, Carina Black Payne; son, Tristin Black; mother, Roxanne Payne; sister, Merinda Payne; brother, Shane Payne (Carma Payne); and many Uncles, Aunts, cousins and friends.
He was greeted by his father, Randall Payne; brother, Cody Payne; and his grandparents.
There will be no services, we will be holding a Celebration of Life in the Spring.