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Travis A. Morgado Obituary
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July 22, 2017

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July 22, 2017

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May 28, 2017
Dear family of Travis,

I honor Travis's memory on this Memorial Day weekend. I never got to meet him (I don't think, anyway), but he was one of my brother's best friends. Blessings to your family this holiday.
May 5, 2016
I was a few of the last ones to be there with Travis. It saddens me every time I remember something he said or did. I would love to be able to change that day if I could.. all would that were there. I miss you bud, Michael.
May 27, 2015
Dear Andrea, My heart goes out to you. You are brave and beautiful and it is no surprise that you raised a wonderful young man.
May 26, 2015
Andrea and Family,
Words are terribly inadequate for expressing my sympathies and gratitude to you and your family for the loss of your outstanding son. After reading the obituary that you posted at work, I was truly touched. My father was in the Army Reserves and was activated when I was in high school. He was a part of Operation Iraqi Freedom and was on tour for about a year and a half. He joined the Army Reserves at the age of 45 (roughly), and could still kick everyone's butt at the Physical Fitness Test. This kind of absolute dedication was not new to him since previously he had been a Marine Sergeant. His time in the Marines was before I was born, but he did not see any wartime then due to his young age. It has been about 12 years since he has been back now, and it is moments like these that remind to be extremely thankful for his safe return. It reminds me of the harsh reality of how close this is to home. I am very proud of my father for everything that he has done for this country, and for his willingness to do anything and everything he can. And as hard as that year and a half was for my family, I know that he would pick up and leave to do it all over again if he had to - even if he knew he wouldn't make it home. I would just like to say thank you for raising a wonderful and selfless son that was equally willing to step up and make such a huge sacrifice for the people and the country that he loved. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your family, and friends during this difficult time.
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