OBITUARY

Travis Scott Stover

October 11, 1996June 5, 2021
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Travis Scott Stover, age 24 of China Grove, passed away unexpectedly at his home on Saturday, June 5, 2021. Born in Cabarrus County, Travis was the son of Tony Scott Stover and Tonya Taylor Furr. His grandfathers, Luther Taylor and Harold Stover preceded him in death. Travis graduated from Carson High School. Travis had a passion for helping others no matter what circumstances he encountered, he put others always before himself. He was very artistic and talented, whether playing the guitar or video games with his favorite nephews. Travis cherished the fishing trips with his Dad, didn’t matter if it was a pond, lake or at the coast, those were special times. He loved beach vacations no matter what the reason – whether with family or friends. Travis was especially fond of the family gatherings at birthdays, holidays or anytime they got together as a family and he loved spending time with his nieces and nephews. Travis had many friends and loved hanging out with them.

Those left to cherish his memory are his father, Tony and his mother and stepfather, Tonya and Craig Furr along with his sister, Maigen Nichole Black (who Travis was very close with) and her husband, Shawn. He also leaves behind his step-sisters, Savannah and Ava along with his special nieces and nephews, Hunter, Sarah, Rhett, Julie, Mitchell Black. Also surviving Travis are his grandmothers, Nila Moore and Frances Stover and great-grandmother, Carol Upton along with his aunts, Sue Stover, Melissa Taylor and Tracy Way.

Family receiving of friends will be on Thursday, June 10, 2021 from 12:00 – 2:00pm at Linn-Honeycutt Funeral Home in China Grove. A Celebration of Life Service will immediately follow in the Chapel at 2:00pm officiated by Pastor Gary Wyrick. We will then depart for his Committal Service at Carolina Memorial Park in Concord immediately after. The family has requested that you kindly remember Travis with memorials in his honor to any charity of the donor’s choice which supports helping others with addiction. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.linn-honeycutt.com. Linn-Honeycutt Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family of Travis.

Services

  • Family Receiving of Friends

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • A Celebration of Life Service

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

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Travis Scott Stover

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Katelyn Mcdaniel

June 10, 2021

Travis was such a great man, brother uncle, son, nephew, boyfriend and friend. You will be forever loved and missed. My favorite memory of us is you taking me to meet your family for the first time, I’ll never forget those three separate days, the first person I met was Tony, Tony and Travis were two peas in a pod, I remember Travis telling me about there fishing trips and how much he loved them, the day I met Tony was actually funny, trav was trying to sneak me in the house and his daddy came out side so quickly when he got to his house, we were BUSTED… lol we formally met on Travis & I’s first date, we went to the fair in Concord, he said “it’s nice to meet you, I hope you guys have a blast.” The second person was his Momma Tonya, & Step Dad Craig, I remember being so nervous, Travis told me “calm down Katie she’s going to love you, I know I do,” I just laughed, he didn’t understand where I was coming from on “meeting Momma bear” if I wanted to impress anyone it was her, I remember walking into their house before they moved to concord to sit down for dinner and Tonya saying “oh my word your hair is so beautiful, you are so beautiful, Travis I’m so proud.” I think it was one of his birthdays that I met maigen & the two kids at the time, it was actually the first time we had a seafood boil, that I was included on, I remember Maigen saying “well aren’t you pretty, prettier then the last, treat her good trav she’s a good one.” I’ll never forget any of our memories, I’m sure they were all skeptical of me at first but they became my extended family over time, lifes hardships got the best of our relationship and I hate that so much, but I know he knew I would always love him and I knew he would always love me. Rest In Peace to my high school sweetheart, you’ll be dearly missed our sweet simple man. ❤️

Brittany Gauer

June 10, 2021

Life with you in it was always fun and exciting. Thank you for being in mine and Tessa’s life , we are so grateful!
I Love you , Travis!
You will be missed.
Keep rocking up stairs 🎸❤️🙏🏼

Lacie Beaver

June 9, 2021

We were neighbors in Rockwell. Always playing til it got dark. Weather it was tag. Tv tag. Riding bikes. Walking through the woods or playing something we completely made up. It was always fun. Then we went to Carson together. That was a real hoot.
Fly High. Rest easy. Love you!

David and Maureen Black

June 8, 2021

Tony,Tonya,Maigen and family,
You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time,
Love,
David,Maureen, Adam and Katelyn

C.J. Starnes Jr

June 8, 2021

I still remember the first day I met Travis, which was the first day of 6th grade at China Grove Middle School. We just happened to sit next to each other, and I had no idea that us just cutting up in class together and talking about Billy and Mandy and other cartoons that were on at the time would lead to a 10+ year long friendship. He helped me through my worst moments and I supported him when he needed me as well. We laughed, we cried, we went on adventures and we experienced so much together, like our first tattoos, or driver's ed classes, and so much more. I'm going to miss him for as long as I live, and I really would not be the person I am if it weren't for his presence in my world. Thank you so much, and goodbye friend. I'd love to hang out again sometime...

Tabitha Strouse

June 8, 2021

I remember all of the times we went to see Travis just to hang out, sometimes it would be every other night and sometimes it would be much longer. He was always so nice, inviting, understanding, funny, humble, sweet. He was a lot of good things. I loved him very much.. Even if I hadn't known him for long I'm glad I knew him at all in the first place. I cannot believe we lost such a beautiful soul so soon.. Stay strong. I love you guys and I love you Travis.

Wyndi Trexler

June 8, 2021

The entire family will remain in my prayers. I loved Travis like my own. My heart is breaking with you. We shared so many laughs, tears, words of wisdom, encouragement, hugs, smiles, etc over the last eight years and I sure am going to miss the sparkle in his eyes and the tight hugs he always gave me. This is an evil world we are living in that is taking our children one by one. I pray as a result of this loss another child is saved.

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