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On May 31st, 2018 Travis Levi Brown A.K.A. T - Bone Scarpone, departed this life. Travis was 33 years young, born in the year of '84, in the month of September, on the 12th day in Estes Park, Colorado to Mitch & Sherri Brown. Travis lived his youth in Estes Park graduating from high school there. He then moved on to Front Range Community College in Westminster CO before transferring to Colorado State University in Fort Collins CO where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Studies. Travis was a lover of people first, and music a close second. He spent the majority of his time being D.J. for numerous weddings, dances, sporting events, and night clubs. T-Bone was also the D.J. for his friend Josh Madry (Black Prez). Travis honed his skills, perfected his craft, and went on to perform his own original songs at several venues across the country. Releasing two C.D.'s along the way, T-Bone was determined to bring forth social consciousness for equality and humanitarianism. Travis had a heart of gold, will be missed beyond measure, and never forgotten. Travis is survived by his daughter, Koha (not by blood but by heart); parents, Mitch & Sherri Brown of Fort Collins, CO; sister, Briana Ricketts and husband Josh Ricketts and their two sons Cole and Mase of Windsor, CO; brother, Dalton Brown and his wife Tracey and their daughter Dakota and son Maximus; and his Grandma Bernadette Alexander all of Fort Collins, CO. Also, a host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, and Nephews, all of whom he cherished. A celebration of T-Bone's life will be held outside at the Brown residence, Saturday June 16, 2018 @ 10:00am, 1907 North Whitcomb Street, Fort Collins CO. 80524. Dress as Travis did (meaning, wear whatever you are comfortable in). Please bring your own lawn chair. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to https://www.gofundme.com/travis-brown-memorial-fund-for-koha "Travis Brown Memorial Fund For Koha." "Each step that we take ain't worth the ground we walk if we don't walk it our own way". T-Bone Scarpone.
Published in Estes Park Trail-Gazette on June 8, 2018
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