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"A BIKER'S ROAD TRIP"
Travis Dewayne Danner was born October 7, 1961 to the late Thavis and Queen Danner of Little Rock, Arkansas.
In 1979, he graduated from Wilbur D. Mills High School, in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was employed by Levi Strauss & Company where he worked for 19 plus years as a Truck Driver. He furthered his truck driving career working for Wheatland/Yourga Trucking Company until his health began to fail.
He was baptized at an early age by the late Elder Robert Vanderbilt and became a member of First Baptist Church Sweet Home. He was united in holy matrimony to the late Angelina James for 6 years and to this union 1 child was born. Later, he married Stephanie Ford and to this union 1 child was born.
His love for motorcycles led him to join the Real Rock Riders Motorcycle Club "CRUISERS" where he rode for years. He loved the Pittsburgh Steelers, they were his #1 football team, and Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan was his favorite basketball team. He really enjoyed all kinds of sports. He would enjoy watching television more than eating dinner. He couldn't get enough of eating sweets, Hostess pink snoballs, and drinking Pepsi Cola and his favorite, orange sodas. Travis was a very stylish dressed man, he loved to wear caps and loud colored clothing. One thing about Travis to always remember, he LOVED his two daughters and his family.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Christopher Herron and London Danner. He leaves to cherish his memories two daughters, Chakela Danner of Irving, Texas and Brittany Danner of Little Rock, Arkansas; two brothers, Robert (Kathy) Herron of Little Rock, Arkansas and Brian Darnell (LaShay) Danner, Sr. of Jacksonville, Arkansas; two sisters, Katie Greene of Alexander, Arkansas and Eleanor Louis of N. Little Rock, Arkansas and a host of nephews, nieces and cousins.
"In Memory of Our Brother"
Today is full of memories
Of our brother laid to rest
And every one of them
Have joy and sadness
For he was someone special
Unique, stylish in his own way
Loved to ride his bike
And watch the Steelers play
We loved our brother
And he was able to see
The Real love of God
Caring, the way it supposed to be
When it was time to let him go
There was so much pain
It is then the memories helped
Knowing that we wouldn’t see him again, “Bone” “Bowdean” “Bo Danner” “T-Bone”
Poem by Eleanor
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