Travis Thompson

July 24, 1974 - August 23, 2020
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Kentucky Veterans Cemetery West
Hopkinsville, KY
Thursday 8/27, 1:00 pm

GREENVILLE – Lanny Travis Thompson, 46, of Greenville, died Sunday, August 23, 2020, at 1:00PM at his home. He was born July 24, 1974, in Paducah. He was plant manager at Electro Cycle, and was a retired U.S. Army veteran. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Greenville. He was preceded in deathContinue Reading

Tony Dubay left a message on March 31, 2022:
Hey brother just a quick note to say I was thinking about you today and remembering some of the great times we had. I miss your friendship, your confidence, camaraderie, adherence to a personal code, and your humor. You made everything look so easy, we need more of that. God’s loving embrace on you and your family.
Phil Cordaro left a message on August 18, 2021:
I just found out about Travis’s death. Travis and I were roommates during EOD school. He was an amazing friend and brother in arms. He was an incredible man, had a huge heart and would give the shirt off his back to help anyone in need. I wish we stayed in contact after he got out of the Army. My deepest condolences to Stephanie and Emma.
Karan Kapp left a message on December 30, 2020:
Travis was one of my best friends and co-workers at LG&E. We worked and laughed together daily. He was a wonderful young man with a huge heart and I have and will continue to miss his smile and hugs. I know though that he is happy in Heaven and must have been needed up there for him to leave this world so soon. My sincere sympathy to his family, God Bless and Keep you.
Kathy Farthing left a message on August 27, 2020:
Stephanie and Emma
My thoughts and Prayers are with you.
Todd Alley left a message on August 26, 2020:
I will miss you my friend...and i will miss your endless, random stories that kept me laughing for deepest condolences to your daughter and family.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
jeffreyshannon baucum left a message on August 25, 2020:
he worked with my husband may god be with travis family

Larry Patton left a message on August 25, 2020:
My deepest condolences to Stephanie, Emma and the rest of the family. So sorry Travis, see you another day soldier and thank you so much for your sacrifices. You'll never be forgotten, RIP my dear friend.
Cindy Allen McIntosh left a message on August 24, 2020:
My deepest condolences to the family.
Billie Hadley left a message on August 24, 2020:
My heartfelt condolences to Stephsnie & Emma & to all,of Traviss loved ones. He was such a friendly kind hearted guy. He will be missed by Mafison & myself. May you all find comfort in God. Love & hugs❤
Billie Hadley & Madison
Frances Crawford left a message on August 24, 2020:
My most heartfelt condolences and prayers to the Thompson family. God bless you and keep you
Chanda & Michael Oates left a message on August 24, 2020:
I'm so so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.
Cheryl Hensley left a message on August 24, 2020:
Travis will be missed terribly. He touched far more lives that he knew, Travis always put on a brave face, that is who he was. Thank you Travis for your service.
Charlie Burton left a message on August 24, 2020:
So sorry for your loss
Mike Brady left a message on August 24, 2020:
I had the privilege of sharing Christ with Travis and being his youth pastor at Second Baptist in Greenville. Travis impressed me during his youth years as being quiet but very attentive in conversation. When talking about the Lord, Travis would ask many questions, and had many good comments to make. He had true leadership qualities even at that age, and like many during their youth years including me, he also could be rowdy and rebellious, however, Travis always showed me a deep respect, and that meant a lot to me. I grieve with the family and his many friends of losing a great man and friend to many. He is at rest, and peace is his.
Tucker Funeral Home left a message:
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