Travis D Dollarhite

September 19, 1990June 9, 2021

TRAVIS D. DOLLARHITE, 30, was freed at last on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, from the bonds of mental illness. He is free to soar through the heavens and stars. His great smile, bright eyes, and golden heart will be missed by his daughter, Carrie; parents, Kermit and Claire Dollarhite; mother, Rhonda Kuehner; father, Dennis Dollarhite; and siblings, Karen Weaver, Corina Billman, Michele (Heather) Dollarhite, Amy (Sheldon Rucker) Dollarhite, Duane Dollarhite, Diane Gutierrez, Karl (Alisha) Dollarhite, Dereck (Mystie) Dollarhite, Alysa Dollarhite, Bobbie Stinson, Destiny Stinson, and Devon (Farooq Mohammed) Stinson; daughter's mother, Whitney Green; stepfather, Michael Kuehner; and many more family and friends. "We sincerely thank the Lutheran NICU staff and Dr. Morgan for their amazing compassionate care of Travis." Service is 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 16, 2021, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 3425 Crescent Ave., where his memory, blessing, and love will be celebrated. Memorial contributions may be made to NAMI Fort Wayne, 3327 Lake Ave. Arrangements entrusted to the c/o D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Homes.


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Rhonda Kuehner

July 22, 2021

My son loved his family so very much! Travis you are so very missed.

Jacklyn A Gregory

June 14, 2021

Travis was always so sweet to me. I never saw his dark side. I will always remember him as the sweet boy I knew. Know that you all are in my prayers and I pray that you find peace and comfort in each other's arms. Love to all of Travis' family. Jackie

Josué Njock Libii

June 13, 2021

To the Dollarhite family,

Louise and I read the obituary of Travis in today's paper.

This note is to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time of grief.

May Travis find eternal rest in the peace of our Lord.

Lauri Ashworth

June 12, 2021

He was a awesome guy. He was loved by many and always will be. I am here for his family. His mom is like my sister. Praying for everyone