Travis Stubblefield

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Travis Stubblefield, lifelong resident of Soldotna, passed away on June 21, 2018. He was 48 years old.

Travis was born in Soldotna to John and Sandy Stubblefield and raised here with his younger brother Shaun. Travis and his wife Michelle owned Stubbs Services for the last 5 years. He was the proud father of 4 natural children: Colby, Cory, Harley, Hayden and two stepchildren, Cole and Trinity.

Travis lived a life filled with hard work, tons of stories and the love of those that had the pleasure of meeting him. He was outgoing, friendly, generous, warm-hearted and always willing to help those that needed a hand. He was known throughout the community as a hard working, honest and reliable man who could fix anything. He loved his dozer, dirt bikes and Harley-Davidson and anything else that was fast and fun to drive. Travis was a gifted storyteller, an animated orator that entertained with tales of stunts, goofs and escapades.

Travis is survived by his wife, 6 children, 3 grandchildren, parents, brother and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

A memorial service will be held June 30, 2018 at 2 p.m. at Peninsula Grace Church. A procession will be held starting at 1 p.m. at the Harley Shop to the church for those that wish to participate. A reception at the church will directly follow the service.

A memorial fund "Travis Stubblefield Memorial Fund" has been set up at Wells Fargo Bank or GoFundMe for those that wish to donate to his family in lieu of flowers.

Travis lived life to the fullest, laughed and made us laugh. He loved and was loved deeply. He is greatly missed. Legends live forever. Be free, Trav.
Published in The Peninsula Clarion on June 28, 2018