Travis Greenough Krogh
  • 29 years old
  • Date of birth:  May 26th, 1986
  • Place of birth:
    Apple Valley, California, United States
  • Date of passing:  September 30th, 2015
  • Place of passing:
    San Rafael, California, United States
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Travis Krogh, 29, born on May 26th, 1986 and passed away on September 30th, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Candle lit by  Diane Schilling  on October 11th, 2015

We were so very saddened to hear this news. Ken and I would like to express our sincerest condolences to the family. Such a tragic loss for everyone who knew Travis. He will be missed.  Our love to you all.
Ken and Diane Schilling
Scottsdale, AZ

Candle lit by  Marinda Freeman  on October 12th, 2015

I was so shocked and saddened of the news of Travis's passing.  Having this website is a wonderful gift to share the sorrow, as well as the gifts of having Travis in this life.  Blessings to you Bette, your family and to Travis on his new journey.  Marinda

Candle lit by  Hansine Goran  on October 12th, 2015

We are so sorry for the loss of Travis for the world, Travis' friends and family. Bless you all for giving Travis your hope, belief, loyalty, resources, dedication, encouragement, creativity, time and attention. Travis had a powerful team of advocates for his life and soul.

Candle lit by  Brandon Borchardt  on October 12th, 2015

Travis had always been an older brother to me growing up. We lived a couple blocks from each other and we were always together. Travis was a genuine kind loving person who always looked out for me. I'm very sorry for your loss Bette, but through all the lives he touched we are all here for you during this hard time. I love you and will always be here for you! Love always, Brandon Borchardt

Candle lit by  Jamie Oudeboon  on October 16th, 2015

Travis always had the biggest heart and the best intentions. I fell in love with him almost instantly. We grew close very fast and had an amazing time together always. He leaves behind two of the most incredible girls with an insatiable appetite for love and knowledge. Just as he had. He continues to live through them and left his family a part of him through them. We will always love him.

Candle lit by  Alex Rech  on October 16th, 2015

Crazy that I will never again hear your laugh, see your dimples, scratch your arms, or get a call/text from a random number, only for it to be you. I hope the afterlife brings you clarity, happiness & relief and you have all the music, kid movies and sour candy your heart desires, a tattoo gun and a fully charged cell phone. Give Barley a good scratching for me. "Une prière à Dieu" forever

Candle lit by  Susan Corlett  on October 20th, 2015

I am so sorry to hear this news.  Travis won't be forgotten, and neither will the love and support that family and friends gave to him, and now to each other.  Bette, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.  So much love.

Candle lit by  Hazel Bradshaw  on October 29th, 2015

In my mind Travis and I are children.  I am 7 and he is 6 and we are running around barefoot on the street we grew up on, having grand adventures. I cannot believe that we grew up and grew apart and now he is gone.  Travis was always the sweetest of the kids on the block.    He is gone to soon and lovingly remembered. Hazel

Candle lit by  Marinda Freeman  on May 26th, 2016

Blessings to Travis on this his 30th birthday - and to you, Bette.  It was all too short.  He was like a comet passing through earth.  Always to be remembered and loved.

Candle lit by  Elizabeth McKenzie  on May 26th, 2016

Today Alexis McKenzie Krogh turns 5 years old and Travis Greenough Krogh would have turned 30 years old.  We celebrate both of them.  We are blessed to have Alexis his daughter to carry on with his smile, sunshine and beauty of character.  We love you both.

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