Travis Lloyd Clark was born November 13, 1962 and was adopted by Clifford (Dutch) and Annalee Clark as a baby. Travis received his angel wings December 14, 2021 following a battle with thyroid cancer.
Travis grew up with his mom, dad and brother, Troy in a Mtn. Fuel camp (South Baxter). When Travis and Troy became school age, they moved to Rock Springs to attend school.
While in high school, Travis met the love of his life and was also involved in high school rodeo. Travis graduated from RSHS in 1981 and worked a lot.
On January 15, 1983, Travis married his beautiful, lovely, love of his life, Fern. Soon after, they were blessed with their daughter, Amy. Travis was always in awe with Amy and loved her dearly.
Travis was very skilled in anything he attempted, an awesome mechanic, craftsman, woodworker, counter top designer-installer, and the list goes on. Travis held jobs at Sweetwater Auto, Pitt Construction, General Chemical, Sweetwater County, TALCO trucking, and later became sales manager for Economy Polymers, and then moved to a company called Rock Water where he worked until diagnosed with his sickness.
Travis and Fern built a beautiful house in the Snowy Range in a little place called Ryann Park. They sold this place and were in the process of building their retirement home in Jasper, Texas, when Travis was diagnosed.
Travis loved fishing, hunting, golfing, and any other outdoor activity except arrowhead hunting. Travis especially loved his wife Fern, his daughter Amy, and his 2 granddaughter’s Keylee, and Kodee.
Travis was proceeded in death by his mom and dad Annalee and Dutch Clark. Travis will be deeply miss.