Travis Lindley passed away March 9, 2021, from his battle with drug addiction.
Travis was born August 20, 2000, with the love of Ricky and Tessa Lindley. He was such a happy baby and child. Travis was an amazing fisherman, and it was always a pleasure and an adventure to fish with him. He caught his first fish at the age of a year and a half, and he was hooked with the love of fishing. He could catch a fish in a mud puddle. He spent many summers fishing in the Kenai Keys, along the Kenai river, the beaches of the Cook Inlet and Kachemack Bay. At a young age he started tying flies and his work was beautiful.
Travis was a true warrior and fought his battle hard. Travis really did want to beat his addiction to start a new path in life but in the end it took his life. We are thankful for the breaks we were given during Travis’s drug use and we had our son back. Even when it was short, we have our wonderful memories that will never be forgotten.
Travis loved his music and cooking. He was very creative and would come up with the neatest ideas or better ways of doing things. Travis had a beautiful heart and an awesome personality. He shined so bright. He was always trying his best to get you to laugh or show you how to have fun in the moment.
Travis was good at so many things and put his heart into everything he did. He will be missed every day and will never be forgotten.
He was preceded in death by grandfathers, Dave Bunnell and Rick Lindley Sr., grandmother, Francis Lindley and his uncle, Travis Bunnell.
Travis is survived by his father and mother Ricky and Tessa Lindley; brother, Collin Lindley; grandmother, Teena Bunnell and the Lindley, Audette, and the Smith families along with many friends.
Travis’s family and friends, next time you go fishing please make a couple casts for him, it might bring you good luck.
Please take the time to slow down and enjoy the simple things in life.
No services planned at this time.