Mitchi Wade Death – Mitchi Wade, wife of Financial Advisor for Synovus Securities, Inc. Travis Wade has sadly passed away. She died after a deadly ATV accident in Harris County. According to information, the accident happened at Steeplechase site. Mitchi Wade was the beloved step-daughter of Marquette McKnight, a former newscaster in Columbus, and currently an official with the Muscogee County Educational Foundation.
How did the accident happen?
Report has it that, Mitchi had been actively involved in the Steeplechase event on an annual basis. During her duties this year, she was delivering various items on a four-wheeler. Concern arose when she failed to reappear for over thirty minutes, prompting a search that tragically ended with the discovery of the overturned ATV with Mitchi trapped underneath. Regrettably, she was pronounced dead at the location. In addition to the role she plays as a mother, Mitchi Wade’s unyielding dedication as a wife has served as an illustrative example of the genuine meaning of partnership and companionship.
Her unflinching support and comprehension have been the bedrock around which her family has been built, helping to cultivate a connection that was founded on undying love and mutual respect. She has been a reliable support system all the way through the ups and downs of life’s journey, providing consolation and fortitude in times of difficulty and rejoicing in times of achievement.
Who was Mitchi Wade?
Travis, originally from Columbus, began his career at Synovus as a Financial Advisor in 1998, following the completion of his BA degree from Emory University. Over the years, Travis has acquired various licenses, including the Series 7 and Series 66 brokerage licenses, along with life, disability, health, and variable products insurance licenses. In 2008, he accomplished the designation of a certified financial planner professional. Outside of his professional endeavors, Travis was actively involved in his local community, being an enthusiastic member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church.
He has also contributed his time and expertise to the boards of several organizations, including the Columbus Symphony, Young Life of Columbus, Piedmont Columbus Regional, Trees Columbus, and Brookstone School. In 2018, Travis was honored with the prestigious William B. Turner Community Impact award. Accompanied by his wife and two daughters, Travis continues to make a positive impact within and beyond the Columbus community.
Mitchi Wade’s obituary will be released by the family
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