A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

In lieu of flowers the family has asked that you make a donation in his honor to the Sunshine Kids and Albert’s Dog Lounge Rescue.
OBITUARY

Travis James Quick

March 6, 1985September 5, 2020
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Losing a family member or friend is always hard but when it’s your only son or brother, it’s unimaginable. It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved son and brother, Travis James Quick. Travis, 35, was born March 6, 1985 in Houston, Texas, to Jimmy and Teri Quick. He became a big brother at the age of 5 and took pride in his role as protector and friend to his beloved little sister Amber Quick Brown.

Travis graduated from Cypress Falls High School in 2004 where he played for the Cy-Falls Golden Eagles Baseball & Football team. He was a project manager at Sprint Safety for 15 years.

Travis was a loving uncle and enjoyed spending time with his nephew Clayton. He loved life, his family, and friends. He was an avid golfer, hunter, and fisherman, and he especially enjoyed watching his Houston Astros!

In addition to his parents and sister, Travis is survived by his brother-in-law, Bradley Brown, nephew, Clayton Brown, grandmother Ramona Quick, and grandfather Gene Love along with numerous relatives and friends.

Serving as Pallbearers are Travis Alford, Michael Downing, Todd Roznovsky, Joshua Hanberry, Shane Lipham, and Joey Allen.

Due to Covid 19 restrictions, a private service will be held on Friday, September 11, 2020 at Memorial Oaks Funeral Home and Cemetery, 13001 Katy Fwy. Houston, Texas 77079. Guests are welcome to pay their respects at the graveside burial at 4:00pm. We are asking friends & family to wear Astro’s gear to support Travis’s favorite team. A celebration of Travis’s life will be held at the Hearthstone Country Club, 7615 Ameswood Road, Houston, TX 77095 at 6:00pm.

In lieu of flowers the family has asked that you make a donation in his honor to the Sunshine Kids and Albert’s Dog Lounge Rescue. This past summer Travis volunteered with his dad at Albert’s Dog Lounge and enjoyed helping senior dogs find their forever home. The Sunshine Kids Foundation adds quality of life to children with cancer by providing them with exciting, positive group activities, so they may once again do what kids are meant to do. . . have fun and celebrate life. Please help us celebrate Travis’s life by paying it forward!

Rest in Peace, Dear Son. We love you and always will.

Services

  • Committal Service

    Friday, September 11, 2020

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Carol Crumrine

September 13, 2020

I can’t find the words to express my deep sympathy for your loss. I will always remember Travis as a sweet, kind little boy. To know him was to love him. You will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

Liz Lyons

September 11, 2020

My deepest sympathies to you Teri and your entire family on the loss of your beloved son! I’m praying for comfort and strength only Jesus can provide!

Jeremy Williams

September 11, 2020

Was just getting to know Travis but had a few meals with him recently as he was hiring on at PK. He was a great guy, and a pleasure to be around. He Was passionate about his work and brought great ideas for the future. You could tell his contacts through years of working so hard meant a lot to him. He was loyal, honest and not afraid to roll his sleeves up and work hard.

So sorry for the loss of such a good person.

Cynthia DeSoto

September 11, 2020

I want to offer my deepest condolences to Teri and the family for the loss of their son, Travis. God bless the Quick family.

Tangela Bedford

September 10, 2020

Travis name rang loudly through Sprint Safety before I ever laid eyes on him. When we did get to meet he came to me like he had known me forever. I was not surprised at how quiet he was always sitting somewhere observing. He was a straight shooter and when he warmed up to you, you knew that you had a real friend in him. I am sending my sincerest condolences to his family, friends, and coworkers. Any loss is great, but sometimes we lose someone so special that it hits a bit differently! Sending our love to all those Travis touched and made long lasting memories with!

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Tom Heslin

September 10, 2020

My relationship started with Travis when he hired me at the Valero gas station next door to our old shop on Lee Drive. Quickly, Travis and I became friends and moved beyond just coworkers. Our Sprint family went through a lot together as we all helped grow our company. I traveled a lot with Travis as we executed projects across the country. We had the chance to visit and experience so many different cities and states and built so many memories together. It is tragic what happened to my friend and I'm sad to know that I wont get to hear one of his crazy stories or get the chance to have him sit across my desk and just talk. I'm sad that my daughter, Maggie, wont get to visit and swim in his pool with him or watch Travis laugh as Maggie and Annie fight over his big bird stuffed animal. Working together in stressful situations, Travis and I have had has our good times and our bad but we always remained friends and always were able to make each other laugh with some random picture, usually involving a typical Quick story. I will always remember you brother and may you rest in peace.

Mary Brennan

September 9, 2020

Teri and Jimmy,
No amount of words can express the pain we know your going through. Take comfort in family and friends who are here to love you and help you when you need them most. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time.
Sincerely,
Mary and Patrick

Aria LaFleur

September 9, 2020

Sending you love, Ms. Teri. Your Emmott Eagles love you.

Lacey Aycock

September 8, 2020

To the Quick family and friends,

I am saddened to hear about your loss, I extend my most heartfelt sorrow and condolences. Remembering all the fun memories and wonderful times we spent together as friends fills me with joy. Travis was one of a kind and I will truly miss his many jokes and smiling face. May the lord bless and comfort your family and friends during this time of grief.

With love,

Lacey Aycock

Wendy Tucker

September 8, 2020

I had the pleasure of meeting Travis when he came to our corporate office for initial training and getting to know all of us up here in Wichita. My very first impression of Travis was that he was genuinely a very nice person. I have heard nothing but positive feedback from all that had the opportunity to meet him during his visit, and what a talented go-getter from those that worked with him. I cannot come up with the right words to properly give my condolences - but my hope is that comfort and peace come to you all during this time. God Bless.
~Wendy Tucker | PK Companies

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