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12/30/2018 WILLIE SCOTT DEANE
Willie Deane, member of the Travis Class of 1959, passed away on December 27th in a local hospital.
He set some memorable records in track and field while at Travis. He is lovingly rememb
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11/5/2018 CHARLES M. WILSON (UPDATE)
Charles Wilson passed away October 30, 2018 at the age of 77. He leaves behind his wife of 46 years and 5 children plus several grandchildren. A memorial service is being planned and as soo
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9/12/2018 WAYNE "DUCK" LANDRUM
We were sad to learn that Duck Landrum passed away on September 9th at the age of 77. We offer our deepest sympathy to his family.
Duck Landrum, 77, of Jarrell, Texas, passed away on Sunday
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I Married Charles Rolls (1956 Travis Graduate) 11/59. Had two children: Julie, born 11/60 and Chris, born 6/62. Charles and I lived in Austin all of our married life. Charles died 5/06. I worked as a secretary with Texas Welfare Department, Round Rock ISD and Texaco Inc. and retired 12/01. Charles and I enjoyed traveling through our married years and after our retirement we started pulling a travel trailer and did quite a lot of camping with Leon and Delores Rummel Griffin. Great fun!!! I still enjoy traveling and working outdoors in my yard and at my weekend home in the country northwest of Austin. I have eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. (now we are really talking about fun) What a joy to spend time with grandchildren and great grandchildren and watch them mature and grow into young adults.
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