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Bernice Faye Travis was embraced in God's arms on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2008, at 10:20 p.m. An indomitable warrior, her strength never waivered. She joins her mother, Lillian Mae Williamson, her father Buford Boone and her beloved grand daughter Suzanna Marie Davis in heaven and together they rejoice again. Bernice was a true inspiration to her husband, James Louis Travis, Sr., and her daughter and kindred spirit, Buffie Singletary. She found her soul mate in Jimmie Travis and their hearts flowed together on August 21, 1974. This union blessed her with six beautiful "Children”
Three of them by “Natural Birth“: Buffie, Joseph and John, and Three of them by “Choice": Mandy, Sharon Ann and Linda Sue, whom she was proud to consider as her own. She shared that special bond that only sisters can understand with Cynthia Jane Spillman, Gloria Jean Ritchie and Louise Galloway and was fortunate enough to find additional sisters in Grace Salva and Lori, who served as her pillars of strength. Another joyful blessed layer of Bernice’s life was her grandchildren. What a legacy of inspiration, courage and strength she leaves for them and for all whose life she touched over the course of her life. Over the course of her life, Bernice has offered her humor, her insights and her demands for excellence to everyone she touched. Whether it was in her Sunday School classes, the elderly she cared for, or her commitment to the children she reared, Bernice’s dedication to God, contagious spirit and love inspired us and made us better people. Bernice as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, friend, and teacher, has surely earned her place under the lights on Heaven's center stage while those of us who she leaves behind share rave reviews in our memories of her life here on earth.
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