Travis Blaine Thomas

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Travis Blaine Thomas, 30, of Brighton, died unexpectedly Aug. 24.
All of us who loved and knew him are left empty and heart-broken. He brought so much joy to us – with his beautiful smile, his acts of kindness (which he showed so easily), and his willingness to always give a helping hand. Everyone who ever met him was left with a warm memory of him, and his death leaves behind many holes to fill and repair, holes where Travis once was. He was funny, unique, and had a very big heart for the people he cared about.
Though Travis was born in Loveland, through his growing years, he experienced life in many states. Ultimately, he returned to Colorado. His one constant though was his two doting girls, Pamela Jorgensen (mom) and Brandy Guinard (Sissie), both who would never allow little Travis to be hurt. He was Mom's little boy who could never do wrong and Sissie's little pride and joy (and pain in the rump)
Travis worked at Lickety-Split Car Wash in Brighton, where he is remembered for his acts of kindness, how very courteous he was to whomever he met and how exquisite his customer service skills were. He took much pride in keeping up the grounds and in helping to maintain the property. He always tried to make a good impression, and that he did.
Travis loved the outdoors, with Lookout Mountain being one of his favorite spots and fishing being one of his favorite hobbies. He also loved to tinker under the hood and take things apart, even if it was something that couldn't be put back together.
Music was another part of his life that he loved very much. When it came to food, Travis was obsessed with pizza and Mountain Dew.
An even greater love, though, was the love Travis expressed for Leon, his son. He loved him so much and always shared the love he had for Leon, always wishing he had more time with him. He always wanted Leon to be proud of "ole dad."
Travis leaves behind his son, of Brighton; Leon's mom, Angel Rodriguez of Brighton; his mom, Pamela Jorgensen, from Oregon; sister, Brandy Guinard of Brighton; and so many other dear friends.
Travis, you are with God now, rest In peace.
Published in Commerce City Sentinel Express on Sept. 11, 2018