In Memory

Travis Hawkins

Travis Hawkins

REIDSVILLE -- Mr. Travis Shane Hawkins, 28, of 2911 Wagon Wheel Road, died Sunday, Jan. 23, 2000, at his home after a short illness.
     A native of Alamance County, he was the husband of Mrs. Tammy Womack Hawkins, who survives, and the son of Mr. Billy Jerome Hawkins and Mrs. Sandra Kay Simpson Hawkins of Burlington. He was employed by Burlington Industries Williamsburg Plant.
     Survivors other than his wife of the home and parents of Burlington include a stepson, Mr. Jonathan Drinkard of Greensboro; two stepdaughters, Miss Kristin Drinkard of the home and Ms. Megan Totten of the home; and a brother, Mr. Rusty Shawn Hawkins of Burlington.
     The funeral will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday at Lowe Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Deven Hubert-Allen, assistant rector of the Church of the Holy Comforter. Burial will be in Alamance Memorial Park. The family will be at Lowe Funeral Home from 7 to 9 this evening, and at other times at the home of the parents, 608 Indian Valley Drive, Burlington.

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11/02/08 07:35 PM #1    

Lisa Cobb (Warren)

I hated to hear Travis had left us, I saw him right often for years after we graduated. We don't always see someone else's pain or even know what they are going through. I hope he is at peace,and no longer fighting any demons. He will not be forgotten. LCWarren

11/03/08 09:30 PM #2    

Brandon Roney

I grew up with Travis in the Indian Valley neighborhood he lived a couple roads behind me. I had alot of memories of him around whether it was playing ball in the neighborhood,biking, or justin hangin out at friends house. The day I heard of his passing I just sat down and thought of those days. He was a good friend and he'll be missed. Brandon.

11/04/08 07:33 PM #3    

John "Boo" Ross

Travis, if you are out there, THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES, Me and you had some real good laughs, you were always making everyone around you smile and laugh. I just wish more people were like you, why did you have to leave so soon?
You brought happiness to alot of people, to bad we could not return the favor, I will see you in Heaven one day, just don't know my arrival date yet. I miss you dude

12/04/08 11:41 AM #4    

Sidney (S. T. ) Taylor Johnson II

I didn't know, but the Indian Valley boys miss you, thanks for playin' football and bball growing up, may He shine on your family and friends and give them comfort!

03/11/09 07:38 PM #5    

Christopher Hall

yes,it is sad to loose a great friend like our sophmore and junior years we were real close,wen i heard u went home to the lord,i was sad and glad.sad for the loss,glad to know there will be no more suffering for u.its good to have had u as a friend,WE ARE SO FINE THE CLASS OF 89,GO WARRIORS!!!

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