Travis Lee Wrigley

Travis Lee Wrigley left our world on September 9, 2022.  Travis was born in Kansas City on June 30, 1972. He was proud of doing masonry and carpentry work. His hobby was sewing, which he credited his Grandma for teaching him when he was young.

Travis was preceded in death by his father, William (Butch) Wrigley. Survivors include his beloved brother, Brandon and sister, Shondra Wrigley; nephews and nieces; Shane, Brendon, Lex, Eryn and Evie; grand nieces Emma and Ella Green, and his step mom, Sandy. He is also survived by his mother and his sister, Pam and Annie Lewis; his children Hannah B. and Chase M. Wrigley.

His long suffering has ended, and prayers for peace go out for him.

Visits: 27


  1. Lex on September 19, 2022 at 1:39 pm

    Uncle trav I’m sad it all happen this way . I will miss your kind soul there was never any doubt about love for your family it was always very clear how much you loved us . I hope your resting in paradise with pops . Love brat

  2. Sandy McCombs on September 19, 2022 at 1:47 pm

    As a child, our dear friend Mel, nicknamed you the wild child. You were always the busy one, always into something! It didn’t change, but you had such a big heart, and yearned for family and love. I wish you peace, and love, as you join those that went before you.

  3. Brendon Wrigley on September 19, 2022 at 8:27 pm

    My Uncle Travis you were always such a kind warm hearted person to me even when I was not. And I’m am now so sorry about the times you tried to give all your love in your big heart and I rejected it. You will always be my favorite governess I’ve had. And to think You had such a big heart it was just two broken to function. your love for me will forever be in my heart sending with with love – Tuk

  4. Shondra Wrigley on September 20, 2022 at 1:27 pm

    You know the sky looks different when you have family up there. I have gained another angel to watch over my girls and me this time I call him brother. I may not see you in the clouds but I know you are there, I know you are with dad and at peace now. No more pain. You are free now may your soul find rest. Fly high brother . Love Always – Sister

  5. B Wrigley on September 21, 2022 at 9:43 am

    Trav… Where do I began. As a kid I couldn’t wait for you to come over! It meant the world to me. Giving me your old GI-Joes and spending time with me. You will be missed more then you will ever know.I’m still in shock in saddened by the news..We had so much more living to do! Sorry for all the tough love! We always think we have time. I hope your finally at peace! Give dad a hug for me ,Red in Windy too. Hope to see you on the other side. I’ll say a prayer in hope I do. Gonna miss you Big Bro Love your little bro -B

  6. Simon Sullivan on September 21, 2022 at 4:08 pm

    We had some good times! Did a bunch of work. Been along time to see ya. Guess that day will not come know. You left to soon bro. You’ll always be in my mind and heart. My heart is broken and go’s out to everyone. Much,much love ?

  7. Will Clark on September 22, 2022 at 7:41 am

    Travis wow you’re gone just spoke to you. only a few days before like everything was getting better. Telling me things are picking up good news around corner. Now I had heard the awful news. it’s not realistic the man with the biggest heart gone. Proven time after time you would do anything for family. Now I wish you rest and clarity as you travel to your next journey. Give love to pops for me and rest of the Wrigley clan. goodbye until we meet on the other side. Sleep under angels wings.

  8. Hannah Wrigley on September 25, 2022 at 12:10 pm

    I wish there was a way I could have talked to you. I’m sorry that they don’t understand our hurt and my hurt about me not having my dad around. I wish things were different and it hurts me. Call me you guys…


  9. Tammy Kaye Claerhout on September 26, 2022 at 10:49 pm

    Travis, you were so full of love and life. I’m so sorry I lost track of you… we always think there is more time and time gets away so fast. May your soul be at rest. I will see you in heaven. I wish I could have been a better friend…Love and prayers for the family…God Bless you all…
    Tammy Claerhout

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