Travis Jabari Caro was born on December 20, 1995, in Dallas, Texas. So soon for us, but in God's divine timing, he transitioned to eternity on August 24, 2021, in Rowlett, Texas.
Affectionately regarded as “Tee Tee”, “TJ”, Travvy”, and “Trav”, Travis graduated from James Madison High School in Dallas, Texas, in 2014. He went on to attend Collin County Community College with a focus in Business Management. Travis was a hard worker. He enjoyed a full-time career as a Dispatch Operator with Southwest Dispatch. He also worked at McDonald’s as a part-time crew member until his transition. Existing in an entrepreneurial family, Travis recently launched his own custom bracelet business.
Among many hobbies, Travis loved listening to music, watching movies, playing video games, and hanging out with friends. He also delighted in making custom bracelets and collecting Pop Animation Figures.
He was an active member of The Harvest Ministry under the leadership of Sederrick Raphiel.
Travis will be fondly remembered for his amazing sense of humor, unique sense of style, friendliness, respect, and positive attitude. His loving spirit will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Sherry Elaine Caro; grandmother, Frances Marie Caro; and aunts, Shelia Marie Kihanya and Sandra Faye Alexander. Those left to cherish precious memories include his brother, Dylan Sanders; bonus parents/cousins, Sederrick and Audrey Raphiel; cousins - Felicia Alexander, Sarah Kihanya, Cameron Alexander, Drew Barnes, Dakota Barnes, Armon (Janelle) Raphiel, Ayalah Raphiel, Ari (Breanna) Raphiel; and a host of other relatives and friends.
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