TRAVIS MARSHALL

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MARSHALL Travis Albert
July 8, 1934 - April 11, 2014
With great sadness the family of Travis announces his passing. Travis is survived by his beloved wife of 55 years Gladys, daughters Lori and Sheila, granddaughters Emily and Allison Klause, sister Minnie (Basel) and brother Ken, sisters-in-law Olga Marshall, Alice Marshall, Frances McDonough, and Connie (Turk) Wark, numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins, and a lifetime's accumulation of wonderful friends.
Travis was born in Linaria Alberta, the youngest of 10 children. In 1955, he joined the Royal Canadian Air Force, serving at #2 Fighter Wing in France, Trenton Ontario, Portage la Prairie Manitoba, and Edmonton Alberta, where he retired in 1980. After leaving the military, Travis worked with Carlson Construction and Stuart Olsen Construction until he and Gladys retired to Wetaskiwin in 1994.
Travis was known for his love of animals and nature, his ability to fix almost anything, and his constant willingness to help a friend, neighbor or stranger in need. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday April 19, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at the Westlock Funeral Home with Pastor Marjorie Steele officiating. In lieu of other tributes, donations can be made to the Nature Conservancy of Canada 36 Eglinton Avenue W. Suite 400 Toronto Ontario M4R-1A1 or in care of 10004 - 105 Street, Westlock Funeral Home T7P 1V2. Westlock Funeral Home & Crematorium Ltd., (780-349-3474).

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Westlock, AB T7P 1V2
(780) 349-3474
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Published in The Edmonton Journal from Apr. 16 to Apr. 17, 2014
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