Travis Robert Alcorn
November 29, 1977 – May 15, 2020
Travis Robert Alcorn, 42, of Miamisburg, passed away Friday, May 15, 2020 as the result of an automobile accident.
He was born November 29, 1977 in Dayton and attended Miamisburg High School. For the last years twelve years, Travis was a dedicated employee at Huhtamaki, Inc. He was a Cincinnati Bengals and a Reds fan. Travis enjoyed camping, canoeing, mushroom hunting, playing cards, corn hole and was an avid concert goer. Recently, he found a passion for painting beautiful works of art depicting nature. He liked to call it “Bob Ross” style. Most of all, he loved playing golf and spending time with family and friends.
Travis is survived by his mother, Charlene Alcorn; father, Robert (Tammy) Alcorn; son, Colin Alcorn; daughter, Marisa Sticklen Alcorn; brother, Shane (Michele) Cole; sister, Jennifer Alcorn; brother, Billy Long; brother, Reese Alcorn; sister, Chloe Alcorn; sister, Patricia Alcorn; niece, Noel Greaser (Adam); numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and a multitude of friends; his beloved cat Ruby; and the love of his life, Roberta Collins.
He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Audrey Greer; grandfather, Robert Alcorn; and his grandmother, Jean Johnson-Grimann.
A gathering of family and friends will be held from 11 AM – 3 PM on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at the home of Vickey and Larry Stanley, 14363 Old Dayton Rd, New Lebanon, Ohio 45345. Due to COVID-19, social distancing rules will be in place. A graveside service will be held at 1 PM on Friday at Highland Memorial Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio. Services are entrusted to GEBHART-SCHMIDT-PARRAMORE Funeral Home, Miamisburg.
Gathering of Family & Friends
Thursday, May 28, 2020
Friday, May 29, 2020
Travis Robert Alcorn
May 23, 2020
Travis, you were more than just a brother to me. this all seems so crazy and surreal honestly. i love you so much man and i’m so sad to see you gone so soon. just as we were starting to be back in each other’s lives, tragedy like this strikes. life’s weird like that all the time i’ve come to find out. i’ll never forget what you told me one of the last days we saw each other. i’ll always hold those words close to my heart. i hope you’re having a good time up there with grandpa, play a few holes with him for me:) i’ll always love you, and until i see you again brother ❤️❤️
with love forever,
p.s. i hope you like the picture i posted of you and collin, i’m sorry you didn’t ever get the relationship you would’ve liked to have with your kids, but one day you’ll have that chance again :,)
May 23, 2020
I remember playing Texas Hold em' with Travis! He loved playing but he gave his hand away at times. If he had a good hand that leg always started bouncing! It sure made a one on one decision easy! Nevertheless his smile was worth seeing when he actually won the hand! We watched many Bengals games together, and shared the excitement and the let downs our beloved team.
You were a good man Travis!
You will be missed!
Peace be with you my brother!
May 22, 2020
Travis you was my rock and my go to for everything at work! You were always made my life easier , because you seemed to always have an answer and a smile! You know when we began working together I never thought I would think of you as part of my family, because I never let too many people get that close to me! But you were part of my family! You held me up when I lost 2 of my sisters and a brother and we held each other up when we lost Beck and Tony our coworkers ! I don’t know how I will make it without you, because you were always the fun , nice one! You will always have a special place in my heart! Fly high with the angels, my friend, until we meet again!
May 21, 2020
We didn’t have very many memories together, I guess my favorite one would have to be you watching me be born (haha totally joking). I always thought we’d have enough time to make amends, and to fill that hole in my heart. But now you’re gone forever, and I feel like a piece of me is gone too.
You impacted so many lives in such a positive way, and I’m jealous of everyone who got to know And love you more than I did. But you’ll live on in the countless stories I’ll get to hear and the embarrassing photos of you I’m sure I’ll be shown. And I’ll get to love you through all the people who knew and loved you best.
I love you Dad. Rest In Peace.
May 21, 2020
I will never forget our lake trip. We were all swimming, drinking and floating. All of a sudden you hear this scream and see Travis actually walking, more like running on water to get to the pontoon boat. We are all like'What is wrong with you?" All he could say was, Something but me". We all cracked up because it was just minnows knipping at him. Loved his laugh and hugs. Miss you my friend.