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Travis L. Posch

June 08, 1990 - July 14, 2017

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Travis Leonard Posch passed away at Fargo, North Dakota on July 14th at age 27.

Travis was born to John and Cathy Posch in Detroit Lakes, MN on June 8th, 1990. He moved with his family to Hawley, MN and graduated from Hawley High School in 2009. After high school Travis worked as an electrician. He was currently employed by Magnum Electric.

Travis loved the outdoors. He four-wheeled, fished, and hunted with friends. And Travis had a vibrant personality. He was known for his humor, his quick smile, and his caring and giving nature.

He loved his family including the many dogs that were an integral part of their lives.

Travis is survived by his parents, John and Cathy, of Hawley Mn and his brother Brandon and grandmother, Patricia Posch, both of Fargo. Surviving aunts and uncles include: Mike and Kim Galt, Omaha, NE; Dave and Debbie Galt, Fargo, ND; Lori and Dave Zabel, Horace, ND; Deb Posch and Dan Amundson, Moorhead, MN; Becky Flatness, West Fargo, ND; Jeff and Deborah Posch, Sacred Heart, MN. He also leaves many cousins and countless friends that will miss him dearly.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents Montie and Janice Galt and Leonard Posch.

A celebration for life will be held at Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo at 10 am on Friday July 21. The visitation will begin at 9am. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred.

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18 responses to “Travis L. Posch”

  1. Diane Karsten and Shane Sorenson says:

    We were so saddened to hear the news of Travis.
    Our thoughts have and will continue to be with you. Rest In Peace sweet Travis.

  2. Tammy Langerud says:

    Travis you will always be in our hearts. Your sweet smile and wonderful loving spirit always lite up our house when you walked in. You will be so very very missed. I know your pain is gone now , you are free from all the burdens, and you are as magnificient, loved, and adored in Heaven as you were here on Earth.God Bless you sweet boy. We will always love you. Tammy and Grant Langerud

  3. Leah says:

    Travis was a great guy and friend to many. He will be dearly missed! Prayers for his family and close friends.

  4. Jason & Andrea Alm says:

    Brandon~ We are deeply saddened by your loss. Our thoughts & prayers go out to you and your family through this very difficult time. We are here for you, and we care about you very much. Please let us know if there is absolutely anything we can do.

  5. Gary and Rachel Holtgard says:

    We are so sad to hear the news about Travis. We cannot adequately convey our love for all of you and sympathy for your loss. We hope time will allow you to cope, find healing, and some closure in your heart. You are in our thoughts and prayers. All our love.

  6. Cassidy Stout says:

    Travis you were like another brother to me. I will never forget the times riding the bus with you and when you came over to our house. You will be forever missed. I keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. Dave & Carol Kronbeck says:

    We were so sorry to hear about Travis. What a sweet young man and I will never forget his smile. Thoughts and prayers to you Cathy, John and Brandon.
    Dave & Carol Kronbeck

  8. Dave & Carol Kronbeck says:

    We were so sorry to hear about Travis. Such a sweet young man and I will never forget his smile. Thoughts and prayers to you Cathy, John and Brandon.

  9. Kathy Okke says:

    Sorry to hear of Tavis’s passing. I didn’t know Tavis as a young adults but more as a young boy. Kasey loved spending time with Tavisi on his birthdays.

  10. Roxann Erickson Larson says:

    Thoughts and prayers to Cathy, John and the Galt family during this difficult time.

  11. AL Johnson says:

    It was fun being with you and your Mom and Dad parking cars at Rollag on those Labor Day weekends. All of us laughing and cracking jokes and having a lot of fun. We will all miss you. Members of the Hawley Golden Riders horseback Club.

  12. Logan, Danica, & Wyatt Langerud says:

    We are truly sorry for your loss. The loss of a child is heartbreaking. Our heart aches for you and your family. Travis was a wonderful man and he will be terribly missed by all.

  13. Jen Tjaden says:

    I was Travis’ 6th grade teacher. Travis had such a big heart and a great sense of humor. He wasn’t always the easiest kid to have in class as he liked to be the class clown, but it was very hard to stay mad at him. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

  14. Kim Ulven says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Travis. I remember Travis at Andy’s birthday parties and having him in class – always having a good time. Thinking of you all.

  15. cher nelson says:

    I loved when travis came into the whistle stop. He always made me smile and was so polite and of course funny. My heart is so sad, I am pray for all of you.
    cher nelson

  16. Paul and Margaret Erickson says:

    John, Cathy and Brandon – We are so very sorry for your loss. We remember Travis well from school activities and parties. He was such a fun and genuinely nice kid. You are in our prayers.

  17. Lloyd & Sandy Maydole says:

    Cathy, John and Brandon, we are truly sorry for your loss. May the passing of time bring each of you healing, comfort and peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  18. Joan Peterson says:

    So very sorry to read about the loss of your son. My thoughts and prayers to all of your family.

    Joan Tandsater Peterson

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