Travis Seay Huntington WV, Beloved husband and father of 4 died in car accident

Travis Seay Huntington WV, Beloved husband and father of 4 died in car accident

Travis Seay Death – Travis Seay , a beloved husband and father of four young children has passed away. He was announced dead by his beloved wife through a social media publication that read “It is with a shattered heart that I have to come to terms with a reality that I can not comprehend, and say that we have lost the best man there ever was. My husband was truly my best friend and soulmate, an amazing father to Aniyah, Jaxon, Athen, and Locklin.”

Who was Travis Seay?

Travis Seay was born on February 9, 1987, according to his social media profile. He was a loving brother to Launa Cheri Shaffer and Christopher Seay. He was married to Leslie Seay of Nashville, Tennessee and was a loving father to his children Aniyah, Jaxon, Athen, and Locklin. He was a sweet son to his parents and son in-law to his wife’s parents, a loyal brother to his siblings, and cared so much for his family and his friends.

Everyone loved Travis, who was an amazing man and a loving son and father. He had a tremendous influence on everybody around him because he was a living example of strength, love, and compassion. He was a dedicated son who always treated his parents with respect and consideration. His parents taught him the importance of integrity, diligence, and compassion.

Travis was an unwavering source of love and support for his kids as a father. He eagerly accepted the duties of parenthood and made a point of being involved in all facets of his kids’ lives. He felt that in order to make it simple for his children to share their pleasures and challenges with him, he needed to create an atmosphere of open communication, trust, and understanding.

Travis was incredibly good at juggling his obligations to his family and his career. He always found time to spend quality time with his kids, even in spite of the pressures of his work. He was always willing to give someone in need a helping hand and had a golden heart. In trying times, his friends and acquaintances could always rely on him for encouragement and support.

Tribute to Travis Seay

Todd Maynard shared the sad news in a social media post that read “Saddened to hear the news yesterday of my friend Travis Seay passing. I keep reflecting and thinking about him since I heard the news. He was a great guy. We shared so many great memories in our HS/college years.” Todd also added that “He was so funny and fun to be around. He comes from a great family. My heart breaks for his wife and kids. Please keep his family in your prayers. Heaven gained a good one. RIP my brother.”

“Sometimes, you meet people you work with that make life on the road and being away from home a little easier. Whenever I went to TS-30, Travis was that guy for me. He had a smile that could light up any room. This was the last night we worked on the same gang together.” Tyler Masters wrote on social media. “Even if it was just some crappy hole in the wall bar in some small town, we always had a blast. Thank you for the memories, man. Rest in Peace, brother!” Tyler added.

Travis Seay’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.

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