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Travis Kyle Christman
October 30, 1991 ~ May 5, 2021 (age 29) 29 Years Old
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Travis Kyle Christman, 29, of Tamaqua passed away Wednesday morning at his residence.
Travis was born in Lehighton on October 30, 1991.
He was the son of Lisa (Rehrig) and Ronald L. Christman, Coaldale.
Travis was of the Lutheran faith.
He graduated from Palmerton High School, Class of 2010.
Travis most recently worked for Precision Blasting Inc.
Travis was a well-known joker, he always brought a smile or laughter to those he was with. He enjoyed gaming and being around friends. His real passion was being a good father and spending time with his children.
Travis was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Annette & Skip Rehrig and paternal grandparents Ronald & Judith Christman.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by; 3 daughters Reagan, Mireya, and Kinsley; 2 sons Noah and Travis; sister Chelsea Howard, Lansford; brother Trevor Christman, Albrightsville; brother Braxton Christman and significant other Ally Dyer, Coaldale; nephews Cameron and Ellis; niece Emmalee.
Also surviving are several aunts and uncles.
A funeral service for family and friends will be held on Thursday, May 13th at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, 222 Church St, Lehighton PA at 11:00 AM. A viewing for family and friends will be held in the church from 10-11 AM. Burial will take place following services at Jerusalem Lutheran Cemetery, Trachsville. All those attending are asked to follow physical distancing and mitigation measures due to Covid-19.