Katherine, we were so sorry to hear about Mallory's death and our thoughts and prayers are with your family in this time of sorrow. We have so many memories or he good times in our years at South Side. May the love of family and friends carry you through these sad times.
Our love to you and family,
Bill and Charlyne Russell, Spring, Texas
So sorry to hear about Mallory. Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Lot of great memories over the years. Mallory will be missed, y'all were so much fun to be around.
Kathy Our hearts and our prayers are with you and your family. So sorry we could not be with you during this time of sorrow We will all miss Mallory so much & his sense of humor.Kathy just know we Love you so very much & we are blessed to have had you & Mallory as our friends so many years.
Dorris & R D
Kathy, I was so sorry to hear about Mallory. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers
Kathy, Sherry & Karen,
It has been a very long time, but have thought of your family often. My deepest sympathy for all of you. So many memories of our friendship/neighbor.
Kathy and Family-So sorry to hear about Mallory's death. We always enjoyed talking with him when we used to cut your grass on Cranford. Lots of good memories. Our love, sympathy and prayers go out to you and your family.
Kathy our prayers and sympathy are with you and your family at this sad time. We will all miss him.
George and Sarah Lumsden
Kathy our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. There will never be another one like him. He will be greatly missed.
Dale and Dorothy Crow
I graduated with Mallory in '48. A true gentleman in all respects even in high school. My wife Dorothy (Humphrey) Smith knew katherine at Whitehaven high school before she transfered to Southside. Our prayers and condolances to the family.
Howard and Dot Smith
Bob " Rusty " Bigelow Cheyenne,WY.
My first soccer coach was Coach Atkins. He coached me from the age of 5-14. I am now 39 years old, I coach my kids in soccer and still play. I will never forget the things he taught me on and off the field. R.I.P. Coach Atkins.
Kathy, My deepest sympathy to you and the entire family. He was one of the first I met at Memphis ARTCC. My friendship with Travis started when I first came to center in 1973. Our friendship grew stronger as the years went by. He was always a family man and and talked about his grand sons playing soccer. Travis will never be forgotten!
Again, we will keep you in our prayers.
I have known Travis for aver 30 years as my Dad (Steve Morris) and him worked at the FAA. I had the pleasure of working with Travis when I hired on the FAA in 1987 until he retired. I would also see him at Colonial Baptist Church when they were not camping. I figure Travis and Dad will be telling each stories from years gone by. It was good seeing both of you at Mom and Dad's funerals. I know the hurt you feel, but we know where Travis is. Heaven has another Angel, even if this one wasa always up for a good joke. I know that Mom and Dad loved both of you dearly.
The Steve Morris Family will keep you in our prayers. Travis will be missed.