Travis Lynn Worley
October 27, 1973 – May 19, 2020
Travis Lynn Worley, “Whirley Bird”, born October 27, 1973, passed away suddenly at age 46 on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Travis was a graduate of South Doyle High School, class of 1992, where he was an avid football player. After high school, Travis was a long time employee of Sea Ray Boat Company. Travis was a kind and gentle person who loved watching and playing sports with his son. He was of Baptist faith and leaves many fond memories to those he left behind. Travis was preceded in death by his father, Jack Worley. He is survived by his Mother, Deborah Gibson Worley, and his one and only son, Nicholas Nathaniel Worley, “Nate”, plus many special friends including, Steve York, Jeff Montgomery, Andy Lawhorn, and Greg Patterson. A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Citizens National Bank.
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Travis Lynn Worley
June 1, 2020
This might be wrong but I didn’t know Travis. I was looking for my aunts obituary and for some reason was moved by Travis’ passing. Love and prayers to his family and friends. He was too young to die. God bless Travis and the ones that loved him.
May 28, 2020
I’m so sorry to hear about Travis’s passing. He was good man, and always had a smile on his face. We played football together in high school, and he had a passion and love for the game that surpassed most our teammates. Years after high school I ran into Travis at a flag football tournament, and he was even better than I remembered him. He will be missed. My prayers are with his mom and little boy.
May 25, 2020
So sad to hear of Travis's passing. He was a amazing friend who I love. Fly high my dear friend and know you will always be in my heart.
May 24, 2020
He was a good friend. He will be greatly missed
May 22, 2020
Travis, I know you're in heaven now watching over those people who love most I am a truly a lucky person to have gotten to know you in high school and call you my friend. Prayer's and peace to your family and friend's today and always. Carrie Ricker - Hickman Class of 93
May 21, 2020
Where to start? First off Travis Lynn Worley was not my friend, he was my brother. We met in second grade and were friends for life. These last few days have been really rough. Its says to add a memory. Well I have too many I don't know where to start. One memory I have that's special to me is when my wife gave birth to our first child a little girl Travis came up to see her. I had been trying for 30 minutes to give this fussy little lady her bottle. Travis in a way only Travis could says give me that baby. As soon as he took her and spoke to her she quit fussing. Then he took the bottle and as soon as he put to her lips she took it. I used to tell him that made me mad that he fed my baby before but, it was a special moment. Like I said at the beginning Travis Lynn Worley was/is my brother and I will for ever miss him. I love you ole buddy. Fly high 82 fly high.