Travis Paul Ueberroth was born in 1978, the 6th day of May, to the proud parents Mark and Teri Ueberroth (Gardner) in Lansing, Michigan. Although Travis left us on June 20, 2017, his legacy lives on. Travis will always be remembered as one of the most thoughtful, loving, and giving souls a human could be fortunate to share space with. To call him friend or to share the bond of blood that comes in the form of family was an honor. Travis had a knack for finding us at our worst moments in life, seeing us through our tragedies, and celebrating our accomplishments. He was our confidante, cheerleader, friend who gave the best hugs to all who knew him. He was a gentle giant; although physically imposing, a pushover to anyone who knew him. His loving and generous nature was balanced with a wicked sense of humor and wit. Travis loved his family deeply and was known to be a father who was committed to maintaining connections to his sons and their happiness. Travis had an appreciation for the simple things such as rainbows, laughter of children, books, and music. He also carried a fierce belief in humanity, feeling acceptance and equality to all was a non-negotiable. Often known to say something deep and serious followed by his head thrown back, his dimples deep, and releasing that gravelly laugh from the depths of his soul, like no other. He was preceded in death by his father, Mark Ueberroth; and brother, Vincent Ueberroth. He is survived by his children, Brandon Charles Starkey Ueberroth, Cameron Webb, Landon Webb, and Nevan Webb; grandchildren, Roman Webb and Addaline Rice; mother, Teri Ueberroth; stepmother, Oralya Garza; sisters, Sharla (Scott Caro Sr.), Marisa (Jimmy Mata), and London Ueberroth; grandfathers, William Gardner, and Winfield Ueberroth; many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, neighbors and friends. Visitation will be held Thursday, July 27, 5:00-8:00 p.m. at Roth Gerst Chapel, 305 N Hudson St SE, Lowell, MI 49331. Private family graveside service will be Friday, July 28. Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, July 29, beginning 3:00 p.m. at Ted and Tate Bristol’s, 10218 Sayles Rd., Lowell, MI 49331.