OBITUARY

Travis James Dyson

March 1, 1987June 23, 2019
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Travis James Dyson, 32, of Lumberton, passed away on June 23, 2019 in Beaumont. Travis was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana. He is preceded in death by his father; Obie Dyson and grandfathers; Zack Lucas, Sr., Obie Dyson II, and grandmother; Elsie Dyson.

Travis graduated high school from Little Cypress Mariceville High School in 2005 and went on to play college football for Texas Lutheran College. Travis was a very loving person and always willing to help others.

He is survived by his mother; Carolyn Mercer and step-father Craig Mercer, grandmother; Ethylene C. Lucas, sisters; Candace Robson and husband Jared, Kristina Dyson, step-sister; Carrie Irvin and husband Chris, step-brother; Russell Mercer and wife Johanna, nieces; Caitlyn Robson, Haylie Robson, Chiara Mercer, nephews; Jase Robson, Chandler Irvin, great nephew; Kai Sonnier, and numerous family and friends.

A graveside service will be held at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Wednesday June 26, 2019 at 2:00 PM.

  • FAMILY

  • Obie Dyson, Father
  • Carolyn Mercer Lucas, Mother
  • Craig Mercer, Step Father
  • Ethylene C. Lucas, Grandmother
  • Zach Lucas Sr., Grandfather
  • Candace Robson and husband Jared, Sister
  • Kristina Dyson, Sister
  • Russell Mercer and wife Johanna, Step Brother
  • Carrie Irvin and husband Chris, Step Sister
  • Caitlyn Robson, Niece
  • Haylie Robson, Niece
  • Jase Robson, Nephew
  • Chandler Irvin, Nephew
  • Kai Sonnier, Great Nephew
  • Travis also leaves numerous family and friends to cherish his memory.

Services

  • A Celebration of Travis' Life Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Memories

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Luis Leal Roux

June 26, 2019

We had the best times in college and I am very honored to have met you and you will always be remembered as a great individual and and a good friend. I will be praying for you and your family brother. I know heaven is happy to have you!

Justin Taylor

June 26, 2019

I remember the first time we meet. We were going to the baseball game to hit on some cheerleaders. Lol
We knew right then and there we were gonna be best friends. From Blinn junior college to Mary Hardin Baylor!
Travis never gave up on his goals. We were always there to support each other. I love ya brother. And I’ll see you soon someday!! May you rest in piece!

Jelayna Jones

June 25, 2019

I always prayed that you would overcome the odds and beat ALS, because that's what you were- a fighter. You never gave up and not once did you complain about the cards you had been dealt. You had a smile that could light up a room and a heart the size of Texas. Not to mention, you made the best grits in the U.S. and the only ones I would ever actually eat! It brings me peace knowing that you are no longer suffering and in pain. You are free to fly high now with nothing holding you back. Go and spread your wings, Travis. God has great plans for you.

alvin casey

June 25, 2019

sorry for your loss

Kristy Riggs

June 24, 2019

I also remember Travis from baseball. He played with My son, Jerrod. I remember how fast he was and that he always had a beautiful smile on his face. I’m so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers. The Riggs Family.

Kathy Holland

June 24, 2019

My memories of Travis are all surrounded by sports. His love and drive to be the best he could be. God Bless him.

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