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39 South Main Street
Mechanicville, NY 12118
Phone: (518) 664-4500
Fax: (518) 664-3046
Gary Travis

Gary L. Travis

Thursday, June 10th, 1954 - Tuesday, April 14th, 2020
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ARGYLE - Gary L. Travis, 65, of Pleasant Valley Rd, died on Tuesday, April 14th at Ellis Hospital after a series of recent health problems. Born in Troy on June 10, 1954, son of the late Edward and Shirley Norton Travis, Sr, he was a 1973 graduate of Shenendehowa High School.
Gary had a long career with Crestline Windows and Doors/SNE Enterprises, working in both their Mechanicville and Watervliet plants. He held various positions, lastly as a project foreman.
Gary enjoyed the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing. He was an avid gardener who enjoyed canning and sharing his yearly tomato crop with family and friends. He liked living in the country and raised chickens on his property.
He was a member of the NRA and Ducks Unlimited. Gary was also one of the founding members of the Halfmoon Braves which later evolved into the ShortStop Softball League.
Survivors include his wife of over 40 years, Amy Saunders Travis, his loving daughter Mamie and her husband Benjamin and his grandchildren Alexis, Kita, Lakota and Trent Whitney, siblings Linda(John) Vandenburgh, Randy(Sue) Travis and Edward Travis Jr. as well as several nieces and nephews.
Current services will be private and held at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Diabetes/Alzheimer Association in memory of Gary L. Travis.
During this extremely difficult time, please visit devito-salvadorefh.com to share condolences, photos and memories of Gary you may have, with his family.
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Susan

Posted at 01:38pm
Randy just saw this. I am so sorry for your loss in this strange world we are living in right now. He is definitely in a better place. Miss you and hope you are staying safe. If you need anything you know how to get in contact with me. Love Ya Sue
PP

Paul Perkins.

Posted at 01:19pm
Gary was a brother and my best friend , I'll miss you. Planted a tree so your spirit will always be with us. This tree is from my wife and son and me
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Randy travis

Posted at 08:38am
Being your brother was an honor i will always treasure. When we were younger and went to Yankee Stadium or to wrestling events, or played softball with our friends on Werner road, or the Tarzan swing across the road( you always did the perfect Tarzan yell) , that was such a special time. But i will be forever grateful for you when i was 10 and i was involved in the accident when i broke both legs and confined to a wheelchair for a very long time , my 12 year old mountain man of a brother carried me wherever i had to go. Every doctors appointment , every Sunday for church any place that had stairs , you carried me in. You always be that strong in my heart. Love to all our family and you and i will be playing catch again. Miss you
 
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MIchelle Posted at 08:08am

Randy, I am so very sorry to hear of the death of your brother. May beautiful memories of him remain in your heart forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless you and his family at this very sad time. ~Michelle Burger~
EJ

Edward Willard Travis Jr.

Posted at 10:39pm
There will never be another one like you!
I have my brothers and sister to thank for making me who I am. My parents were gone way too soon and thank god they were there for me.
Gary taught me timeliness, accountability, love for the land and that you always give your all in everything you do. In addition, he patented the idea that you work for what you have and always hold close the people and things who made you whole.
Larger than life and more than one could ever imagine is how he was seen as he walked into any room.
Always in my heart, never to be forgotten and at the forefront of my thoughts and prayers everyday.
We will be together to laugh and joke someday my brother. Love you and YOU BE GOOD!
Little Eddie
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Linda & John Vandenburgh

Posted at 03:01pm
I love you big brother you where my hero when we were kids you saved me from drowning in a water skiing accident you dove into the water after the boat ran me over to bring me to shore. you protected me. I will miss you dearly. our phone calls are visit. my deepest sympathy goes out to his daughter and grandchildren and my sister in law. and to my brother Randy and his family and Ed Travis till we meet again God Bless
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