Travis Steven Shingleton
Jan. 28, 1999 – Nov. 11, 2020
Travis Steven Shingleton, age 21, of Richmond, Virginia went home to be with Jesus unexpectedly on November 11, 2020. He was born January 28, 1999 in Richmond, VA. Travis is survived by his parents, Sue (Mary Suette) Brantley and Steven Maurice Shingleton; his step-mother, Christina Shingleton; beloved younger brother, Derek Shingleton; paternal grandparents, Donald Shingleton and Joy Tenney Shingleton; cherished aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Claude Brantley and Mary Swartz.
Travis graduated from J. R. Tucker High School, Richmond, VA (Class of 2017). During high school, he regularly performed at ComedySportz, Richmond, VA and studied culinary arts. At the time of his death, Travis was working at Kreggers Restaurant. In addition to improv, Travis loved exploring and creating music. It was his passion! His beats have been played around the world.
Travis made friends easily and was loved by many. We are grateful for close friendships he had throughout his life. We will never forget the ways you have loved our son.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution in Travis’ name to ComedySportz. They bring joy and laughter to Richmond, and were life-giving to Travis: https://www.cszrichmond.com/donations
The celebration of Travis’ life will be held at 4 pm on Friday November 20, 2020 at Affinity Funeral Service, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294, with Rev. Dr. Louis Williams presiding. Prior to the service, the family will receive guests from 3 pm to 4 pm.
We are truly grateful for the overwhelming expression of love and support shown to us in this time of terrible loss, for the tangible acts of kindness, and for your fervent prayers. We feel the power of those prayers, which have given us the peace and the strength we need.
Click this link to join the livestreamed Celebration of Life for Travis.
Affinity Funeral Service
Friday, November 20, 2020
I’m so so sorry for this loss. Our family is praying for your family.
We are so sorry, we are praying for your family.
Oh, Sue and Steve. Our hearts are breaking for the loss you and the rest of the members of your family are experiencing. We will be praying for God to let all of you feel Him holding you close, to comfort you, and help you all through this time of grief.
I’m praying for God’s sufficient grace, his new mercies, surpassing peace, and comfort. And I have faith to know he will do this for you as you face the loss of Travis.
You are in our prayer right now in this time of unspeakable loss. We are trusting God for comfort today and in all the days ahead. Travis was/is a sweet, thoughtful, creative young man. Much beloved.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We reflect back on the time Travis joined his cousins at the Camp. What a great time he had exploring and swimming. The kids helped install a bench and initialed the concrete footers. May you find peace at this time in our Lord.
Travis you will always be in my heart! ❤️
So hurtful Steve, but I stand with you and your family in this difficult time. You know what your surrogate “mom” would have offered….much love ….and prayers as I do. cape
Christy and Steve, we are praying for you during this time. If we can be of help please don’t hesitate to call.
We are so incredibly sorry for your loss and are praying God’s comfort and peace for you all. Love and miss you. Cathy & Will
I am so very sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Please know, if you need anything, I am here for you.
We are so sorry for your loss prayers
I am so sorry for your loss. Justin and I will miss Travis dearly. I know that God will give you and your family peace and comfort to get through this very difficult time.
Cammie and the rest of the Allens are so very sorry for your loss. Travis was such a special person and such a wonderful improv partner for Cammie. Much love to you and sorry not to be able to attend the funeral in person.
I am so sorry to hear about Travis. It sounds like he was a funny and talented young man. I will be thinking of you and keeping you in my prayers. I did not know Travis at CSZ but I do have boys his age and I do know how much the CSZ “bug” can infect you and help you to reason with the real world at times. You are so kind to think of them. I hope you are able to find peace and comfort in the coming months and please know you have a big extended family of support out here.