Travis Alldredge

Travis Alldredge

Saturday, February 16th, 1952 - Saturday, January 25th, 2020
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Travis was born in Iraan, Tx on February 16, 1952 and passed away at his home on January 25, 2020 at the age of 67.

He was preceded in death by his parents Ollie and Louise Alldredge and older brother Russell Alldredge. He is survived by his son, Travis Kullin Alldredge of Colorado, younger brother Roy Lee Alldredge of Iraan, 4 nieces, 1 nephew, and many cousins.

Travis was employed by Kinder Morgan and worked 42 years for Kinder Morgan and his previous employer Marathon Oil Company in the Yates Field at Iraan.

Travis had 2 loves in his life with the most important one being his son Kullin. He loved taking him hunting. He taught Kullin how to hunt from a very young age with a gun and a bow. They would go to the ranch and set in a blind waiting on the perfect buck to come out of the brush. His enthusiasm for hunting lead him to Africa and New Zealand, both of which he took Kullin as his hunting partner. He also taught Kullin many tools of the trade of gunsmithing. The first thing Kullin would do when he got a new gun was to take it apart to see how it worked. Kullin ‘s drive to be a gunsmith was fostered by Travis’ teaching him how to handle a gun.

Travis’ second love was his horses. He had a passion for team roping. And he was good at it! He won many buckles, breast collars, and saddles throughout the years both heading and heeling. He made many friends all over the United States due to his travels in the sport.
Travis was a good friend to many people and those friends will miss him.
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    Saturday, February 1st, 2020 | 10:00am
    Saturday, February 1st, 2020 10:00am
    Iraan Civic Center
    9279 Alley Oop Ln
    Iraan, Texas 79744
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Sheree Partridge

Posted at 09:24am
My beautiful Travis, I've known you since I was 14. You brought countless hours of joy and laughter into my life. I will miss your smile, your laughter, and your irrepressible wit and sense of humor. The world is now short one good cowboy, one great man, and one beautiful soul.

Erin Kelly

Posted at 05:19pm
I will forever be thankful for the friendship he gave to me throughout my years in Iraan. I loved getting to visit with him about horses and learned a lot about roping. I even sold him one of mine that I thought very highly of, Montana. He watched me grow up at the arena and will cherish those times. My prayers will continue for Kullin and all of Travis' friends. He was blessed to have a great group of men in his life.

Becky Schuster Carroll

Posted at 04:24pm
Condolences to Travis's family. He always greeted his friends with a big hug & a smile.

Brenda Brooks

Posted at 03:41pm
Kullin: I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed being around Travis. Love you. Brenda Brooks

Donna Neitch

Posted at 03:39pm
I was lucky enough to call Travis friend and have always missed him since I left Iraan. He was a one of a kind and we shared alot of laughter and fun. One doesn’t have too many friends in a lifetime who are better than Travis. Love and prayers to his close family & friends.

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