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Travis Cartwright, at 37 years old, passed away on January 31, 2019 at Banner University Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.

Travis was born on March 18, 1981 in Mesa, Arizona to Kevin and Judith (Herrington) Cartwright. He grew up in both Gilbert and Apache Junction Arizona. Travis worked as a Heavy Equipment Operator and Superintendent for Paveco Inc, Combs Construction and SWP Contracting. He was a hard worker and took great pride in everything he did whether it was professionally or personally.

Travis was such a good hearted, loving person and was always willing to help anyone who needed it, whether it was a stranger on the side of the road, or someone in his large circle of family and friends. He would always be there for you when you wanted or needed him to be. Often times, even if you did not know you needed him, he knew you did. Travis was adventurous and enjoyed many things including riding his motorcycle, going to the lake, going to concerts and more importantly, spending time with family. Family meant the world to Travis and anyone who knew him, could feel the love with just one look. The unconditional love he had for his wife and children was never-ending. He was a loving father, husband, son, uncle, brother, and friend that will be greatly missed by all.

His grandparents Carol Eugene Herrington, Ada Knuth, Joyce Marie Cartwright, and his Aunt Mary Pena, preceded Travis in death. Travis is survived by his wife, Ashley Cartwright, their two children, Alexander and Isabella, his grandparents Raymond Cartwright and Jean Knuth, his parents Kevin and Judith (Herrington) Cartwright, brother Casey (Tiffany) Cartwright, sister Mandi (Preston) Knaust, two nephews Mason Knaust and Oliver Cartwright, as well as many cousins, uncles and aunts.

Family, friends and all others whose lives Travis touched are welcome to join us as we celebrate his life on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 535 N 100th Place, Mesa, AZ 85207, from 1:00p.m. To 4:00p.m. Please come as we all reminisce, grieve, and support one another during this difficult time.

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6 responses to “Travis Cartwright”

  1. Amy Mcinteer-Simpson says:

    I love you all so very much. My heart breaks every day that my cousin is gone. This isn’t how his story was supposed to end. This world needed more time with him.

  2. Rex and Bonnie Amado family says:

    Travis was much more to us than just our nephew. He grew up with our family and he was just like one of our sons. Whenever Travis, Casey, and Mandi got the chance, they were at our house having a blast just being total rascals outside. We will never, ever, forget you, Travis. We love you guys❤️❤️❤️

  3. Delsey Kinnard says:

    My condolences to Judy and Kevin and the family…

  4. Bob and Laura Cartwright Kurth says:

    We loved our nephew, Travis so very much.. We were so happy when he found the love of his life, Ashley, and was blessed with two her two children who he loved as if they were his own. Only certain people are that way, Travis was one of them! And the love was returned to him! How much more can anyone ask for! That’s our Travis! I’m sure our Heavenly Father must have really needed him, must have had a special purpose for him to take him from us as we will all miss him greatly! We love you, Ashley, Alex and Bella and your family and we love Kevin, Judi, Mandi, Travis, and apreston, Tiffany and Dad and all Doty’s and we grieve with you as this is a loss to all of us! We pray for all of us! Our Deepest Sympathy, Aunt Laura and Uncle Bob

  5. Holly Shannon-Bachelder says:

    The ceremony was so perfect! Thank you for allowing Phil and I to be a part of this celebration. Travis you are loved and you will be remembered every day that I breathe air! I will hold the stories others have shared and speak them aloud often! Ashley, Alex, and Bella, we are here each and every day for you. We are your brother and sister Ashley, as we are Aunt and Uncle to Alex and Bella. We will continue to be here for you! I love you! Our prayers and love to Mom and Dad, to Mandi our sister and to the rest of our family! We love and cherish you all! Phil and Holly Shannon-Bachelder

  6. Bella says:

    I love you dad I wish I could have had a long time with you. Every day I am sad you got me in a standard I never thought I’d be able to reach you changets me into a girl who is kind hearted you taught me a lot how to ride a bicycle and many other stuff I can’t count it.You are the best dad ever. It is so shocking what happened it feels like your out of town but now I know how to stand up for myself without being mean I love you to heaven and back you are the best dad ever you can’t be explained in a different word that is not good I LOVE YOU.

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Travis Cartwright


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Travis Cartwright, at 37 years old, passed away on January 31, 2019 at Banner University Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.

Travis was born on March 18, 1981 in Mesa, Arizona to Kevin and Judith (Herrington) Cartwright. He grew up in both Gilbert and Apache Junction Arizona. Travis worked as a Heavy Equipment Operator and Superintendent for Paveco Inc, Combs Construction and SWP Contracting. He was a hard worker and took great pride in everything he did whether it was professionally or personally.

Travis was such a good hearted, loving person and was always willing to help anyone who needed it, whether it was a stranger on the side of the road, or someone in his large circle of family and friends. He would always be there for you when you wanted or needed him to be. Often times, even if you did not know you needed him, he knew you did. Travis was adventurous and enjoyed many things including riding his motorcycle, going to the lake, going to concerts and more importantly, spending time with family. Family meant the world to Travis and anyone who knew him, could feel the love with just one look. The unconditional love he had for his wife and children was never-ending. He was a loving father, husband, son, uncle, brother, and friend that will be greatly missed by all.

His grandparents Carol Eugene Herrington, Ada Knuth, Joyce Marie Cartwright, and his Aunt Mary Pena, preceded Travis in death. Travis is survived by his wife, Ashley Cartwright, their two children, Alexander and Isabella, his grandparents Raymond Cartwright and Jean Knuth, his parents Kevin and Judith (Herrington) Cartwright, brother Casey (Tiffany) Cartwright, sister Mandi (Preston) Knaust, two nephews Mason Knaust and Oliver Cartwright, as well as many cousins, uncles and aunts.

Family, friends and all others whose lives Travis touched are welcome to join us as we celebrate his life on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 535 N 100th Place, Mesa, AZ 85207, from 1:00p.m. To 4:00p.m. Please come as we all reminisce, grieve, and support one another during this difficult time.

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6 responses to “Travis Cartwright”

  1. Amy Mcinteer-Simpson says:

    I love you all so very much. My heart breaks every day that my cousin is gone. This isn’t how his story was supposed to end. This world needed more time with him.

  2. Rex and Bonnie Amado family says:

    Travis was much more to us than just our nephew. He grew up with our family and he was just like one of our sons. Whenever Travis, Casey, and Mandi got the chance, they were at our house having a blast just being total rascals outside. We will never, ever, forget you, Travis. We love you guys❤️❤️❤️

  3. Delsey Kinnard says:

    My condolences to Judy and Kevin and the family…

  4. Bob and Laura Cartwright Kurth says:

    We loved our nephew, Travis so very much.. We were so happy when he found the love of his life, Ashley, and was blessed with two her two children who he loved as if they were his own. Only certain people are that way, Travis was one of them! And the love was returned to him! How much more can anyone ask for! That’s our Travis! I’m sure our Heavenly Father must have really needed him, must have had a special purpose for him to take him from us as we will all miss him greatly! We love you, Ashley, Alex and Bella and your family and we love Kevin, Judi, Mandi, Travis, and apreston, Tiffany and Dad and all Doty’s and we grieve with you as this is a loss to all of us! We pray for all of us! Our Deepest Sympathy, Aunt Laura and Uncle Bob

  5. Holly Shannon-Bachelder says:

    The ceremony was so perfect! Thank you for allowing Phil and I to be a part of this celebration. Travis you are loved and you will be remembered every day that I breathe air! I will hold the stories others have shared and speak them aloud often! Ashley, Alex, and Bella, we are here each and every day for you. We are your brother and sister Ashley, as we are Aunt and Uncle to Alex and Bella. We will continue to be here for you! I love you! Our prayers and love to Mom and Dad, to Mandi our sister and to the rest of our family! We love and cherish you all! Phil and Holly Shannon-Bachelder

  6. Bella says:

    I love you dad I wish I could have had a long time with you. Every day I am sad you got me in a standard I never thought I’d be able to reach you changets me into a girl who is kind hearted you taught me a lot how to ride a bicycle and many other stuff I can’t count it.You are the best dad ever. It is so shocking what happened it feels like your out of town but now I know how to stand up for myself without being mean I love you to heaven and back you are the best dad ever you can’t be explained in a different word that is not good I LOVE YOU.

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