Obituaries

Travis G. Woulfe – 7/22/2019

July 26th, 2019

Travis George Woulfe

Born January 15, 1989 in Bryn Mawr, PA. At the age of 30, he ended his life. His short time with us he will always be remembered.

He graduated from Coatesville HS in 2007. He enlisted in the US Army and served from 2007 to 2011 with the 82nd Airborne in Afghanistan.

Travis is survived by his father George, mother Judith, and sister Alicia and her husband Jack; fiancé, Kaci and daughter, Ariana and stepson, Carter; daughter, Kayden and stepson, Carter; and all family and friends who have been a part of his life in Pennsylvania, New York, California and everywhere.

He was a good, kind, funny and loving man whose family came first for him. His loves included: sports, gaming, the beach, snowboarding and music.

Travis leaves behind so much love and support. He was a veteran. He was a father. He was a son. He was a brother. He was a best friend. He will always be “is” in spirit, just no longer with us in the physical world. Our family is there to greet him and surround him with love. He will never be alone. Soldiers and civilians, please remember somebody loves you, don’t choose to leave them behind, choose to get help.

Family and friends are invited to join his family in a celebration of life and remembrance at the family home on Saturday, July, 27 between 1-5pm.

10 thoughts on “Travis G. Woulfe – 7/22/2019

  • By Bill on

    RIP Brother.

  • By Phil on

    Rest well trooper, we’ll see you in Valhalla.

  • By Christopher Call on

    I’d look out and see your smile as you walked up to the gates at Camp Stone, Herat, Afghanistan. You were and always will be my beloved Brother. Godspeed friend. Til Valhalla I will represent you right. Much love.

  • By Abraham Ortiz on

    “Paratrooper never dies, they just slip away”. RIP Brother.

  • By Kimmy Charriez -Ortiz on

    We love you Trav and you will be truly missed but never ever forgoten

  • By Kimmy Charriez -Ortiz on

    We love you Trav and you will be truly missed but never ever forgoten

  • By Jose M Colon on

    To a great Man and a Greeat Soldier our condolences to his family and friends. Untill we meet again brother in the great blue skies. AIRBORNE ALL THE WAY!

    SFC COLON US ARMY

  • By KARA HOEFAKKER on

    Trav, I hope you are now at peace. Kayden and Carter will miss you dearly and love you as “daddy”. Fly high. So sorry you left too soon. Bet your playing video games in heaven already.
    xo,
    Kara Hoefakker

  • By Thomas Mori on

    Travis you will be surely missed. You had s great personality, kind, loving man, that would do anything for anyone. We had some great times at my house with you and your friends. Judy and I 💕 you like a son . You will be missed but never forgotten. See you on the other side. Love you, Tom and Judy Morley

  • By Fran and Gene on

    Words cannot express our heartfelt sympathy for your loss. We will always remember Travis as a kind and friendly young man who will always be remembered

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