TRAVIS E. WARD
1985 - 2016
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WARD, TRAVIS E. Travis E. Ward, age 31, of New Haven, tragically entered into eternal life on Friday, December 30, 2016. Born on January 3, 1985 in New Haven, the loving son of Jacqueline Bond and Darrell Johnson, both of New Haven. He also leaves cherished brothers, Tremaine and Pierre Ward. The beloved fiancé of Lashanta Sims. Also leaves behind a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Predeceased by his brother, Derrick Ward, his maternal grandmother, Thelma Wentworth, and his uncle, Robert Ward. Travis was the owner of his own Real Estate Company - the Fourth Ward Consulting in New Haven, also owned 730 Music Productions. He really was passionate about being a photographer, and he was a great artist. Travis was a loving, kind, and gentle person, and everyone always gravitated towards him. A Celebration of Travis’ life will be held on Saturday January 7, 2017 in Glorified Deliverance Ctr Church, 604 Dixwell Ave New Haven at 9:30am. Viewing will be in church from 8:30-9:30am. Interment will be in the Ward family plot at Hamden Plains Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at colonialfunerals.com


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Published in The New Haven Register from Jan. 4 to Jan. 5, 2017.
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January 15, 2017
Jauneta Graham
January 10, 2017
Travis was the best Godfather i ever had sometime even like a father R.I.P
Robert Ward
January 7, 2017
Travis was a good dude. I got to meet him when visiting his fiancée. He was very smart dude. Gravitated to his intellect right away. I thought he was very sweet. I wanna send prayers to his family. And I also send my prayers to his fiancée who loved him dearly. He will be missed. To his fiance you do have a friend in me. Whatever you need. Love Kathy Edwards
Kathy Edwards
January 7, 2017
Kathy Edwards
January 7, 2017
Travis was a good dude. I got to meet him when visiting his fiancée. He was very smart dude. Gravitated to his intellect right away. I thought he was very sweet. I wanna send prayers to his family. And I also send my prayers to his fiancée who loved him dearly. He will be missed. To his fiance you do have a friend in me. Whatever you need. Love Kathy Edwards
Kathy Edwards
January 7, 2017
Aunt Jackie I'm deeply saddened by the lose of your son Travis. I love you and I will keep you and the family in my prayers through this very tough time. And Travis make beautiful music to rock the Heavens. You will always be in our hearts.
Justin Wentworth
January 6, 2017
I am truly sorry for your lose, Travis was a good guy, he will be missed.
Tay Gainey
January 6, 2017
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Kelvin Jamison
January 6, 2017
Jackie - Words can't express our sorrow for you. Know that you are in our hearts and prayers.
Cathy Riccio
January 6, 2017
Peace be unto you.
Mechonna El Eloh
January 5, 2017
Jackie' I can't express how sorry i am for you at this time. Travis will be truly missed may he rest in peace and May God give you peace love u Jackie
Jennifer Toth
January 5, 2017
Dear Family Members,
I live too far away to be present at the funeral but wanted to share some words which I wrote on Facebook. The grief is immeasurable and there is no way to stop the pain.

Thank-you for sharing your beautiful son for a short time with me. I was his Art Instructor at Hyde Leadership.

A Tribute for Travis Ward:

His death was another bullet killing another great young man. The bullet, all of us who knew Travis, know could/would/should not have been meant for him. Yet, now he is gone, but his presence within us all is stronger than ever.

Even in high school, Travis was a great man. He was an artist and remained so. When he walked into class, his tall, good looking, sincere character took the lead. No matter how crazy life had made his peers on a given day, he would set them straight. He wanted to learn everything and would not tolerate disturbing attitudes. Travis was the purest of spirits.

Flashing back on conversations, he instinctively knew the world which surrounded him may someday be his end.

Those of us who knew Travis Ward are now filled with more grief and sadness. We try to take solace in our beliefs. I believe in a better dimension. I believe Travis Ward, an angel in life, is on his way there.
Karen Spear-Abbruscato
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