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Obituaries

November 16, 2012

Robert Patrick Travis, Sr.

NORTH TONAWANDA —  

Robert Patrick Travis, Sr., "Bob", of North Tonawanda, NY, born on August 29, 1936 in DuBois, PA, died on November 12, 2012, peacefully, after a valiant battle of a long-term illness, with his family by his side. Bob was a member of the Great Lakes Kite Society for 14 years.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Susan (Olivieri); children, Robert, Jr. (Elizabeth), David (Gail), Coleen King (Frank); ten grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren; sister, Shirley Reed (late Wayne); sisters-in-law, Barbara and Mary; brother-in-law, Anthony; many nieces and nephews; and loving companions, Angel, Whiskers and Sunshine. Predeceased by a sister, Janice Henderson; and a brother, Edward Travis.
Flowers gratefully declined. Bob donated his body to the University at Buffalo Anatomical Gift Program. Services held at the the convenience of the family.
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