Travis E. Richardson

>Born on March 18, 1950 in Bartow, Florida
Departed May 23, 2023 in Melbourne, Florida

Travis E. Richardson, 73, was born in Bartow, Florida and passed away May 23, 2023 in Melbourne, Florida.

Travis retired from the United States Air Force as a Master Sergeant.

He is survived by his wife Connie; daughter Shauna (Jason) Braden; son, James Richardson; grandchildren Rachel, Hattie and John Marshall Braden; brother James Ronald (Hilda) Richardson;
brother-in-law, Rick Hickox as well as nieces and nephews.

Travis was predeceased by his son Tracey Richardson; brother Jackie Richardson and sister Betty Carol Hickox.

Family and friends may call for visitation on Monday, May 29, 2023 from 11:00am until 1:00pm at Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home, 1010 E. Palmetto Avenue, Melbourne. Burial with United States Air Force honors will be at a later date at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery, Mims, Florida.

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Gail Waldrop Neal from Midway, GA wrote on July 5, 2023:
Travis and I were1st cousins from long ago. Hadn't seen him since Jackie's funeral. The tie that binds is a very fragile binding. Although we know it exists and it is real in our hearts & minds the reality is like a wisp in the wind. I knew Travis but I had no connection with his life for many years and this I am sad & will forever remain sad. I pray his family will have " The peace of God which passeth all uunderstanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus." Love, Gail
Jimmie Wayne Luke from Anchorage wrote on May 28, 2023:
Thank you for your service. I enjoyed the time we send together .
Pat Luke Cherry from Battle Ground, Washington wrote on May 28, 2023:
Until we meet again in Heaven sweet cousin
Pat Luke Cherry from Battle Ground, Washington wrote on May 28, 2023:
RIP my sweet cousin until we met again.
Bonnie and Dennis Beardontwalk from Busby wrote on May 28, 2023:
Connie, kids & grandkids Sending condolences, hugs and prayers. Travis always made you feel better with his humer. No matter what he had something to say that would make you smile or laugh! RIP brother, watch out for your family.....
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