Travis Lee Gambrell

November 5, 1969November 27, 2018

Travis Lee Gambrell, a native of Oklahoma and a longtime resident of Morgan City unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at the age of 49.

Travis leaves to cherish his memory his daughter, Brooke Nicole Gambrell Rulf and his brother, Christopher Gambrell.

The family requests that a time of visitation be observed on Sunday, December 2, 2018 from 5pm to 9pm at Hargrave Funeral Home. In keeping with Travis' wishes, services will be continued at a later date in his hometown.


  • Memorial Visitation Sunday, December 2, 2018

Travis Lee Gambrell

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Tom Boley

December 4, 2018

Trav-man. Life is short. Your final ride is done but you have left an imprint on many and we are blessed to have known you. I cherish the fact that we were brothers-in-arms while at Ft. Bragg. Good memories, good times and it is an honor and a privilege to call you friend. The next Irish bar I meet will have a roll call and a shot of Mr. Jack Daniels to raise and nod your way. To a straight shooting trooper who made us laugh, smile, think and appreciate life at the moment. You will be missed but never forgotten. Ride easy, Tomas.

Theresa Mejias

December 2, 2018

Travis, I have no idea of where to begin. You definitely made the days in Florida a lot easier. I’ll never forget our “blue moon” discussions and endless arguments one of which is in this picture. This “Mam” is gonna miss you terribly. I love you RIP sweetheart

Janet (Russ) Elzey

December 1, 2018

I have so many memories of Travis in Dill City and Cordell. He was our neighbor at Dill City where mom grew a large garden just outside of the city limits. My siblings and I had to work in the garden (and horse stalls, flower beds, yard, etc...) all summer. Travis and Chris would show up almost everyday and work with us so my brothers could finish faster and go play. Travis even helped shell peas once! He didn’t enjoy shelling peas but he was always willing to work hard. He played hard too. The last time I saw him was in high school on a Halloween night after the traditional Cordell egg war. My brother, Joe E., was picking egg shells out of Travis’s face with tweezers and they were reliving the egg war and laughing . He was one of the toughest guys I’ve ever known.

Ann Loftiss

December 1, 2018

Travis is the same age as my son Darren. They were friends all through school. My last memory of Travis is seeing him sitting around my kitchen table with Darren and several other high school friends probably 20 years ago catching up on their lives with one another laughing and talking . It’s like time stood still listening to them. How I treasure being a part of that night with them.

Krista (Shawn) Daniels

November 30, 2018

I lived inCordell from 1983-1987. I was supposed to graduate in ‘88, but we moved to Bristow. I had Travis in several classes! He was always so kind and made me laugh almost daily! He was my fav always! My heart is breaking! Prayers to all his family.