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Obituary for TRAVIS TRAVOY WILLS
Travis Travoy Wills was born on July 18, 1979 to the late Michael Morsell and Faye Brown in Calvert County, Maryland. He departed this life sadly on May 25, 2016. Travis was known by many as "Tee." He was such a loving son, husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, cousin and friend. He had a passion for God, his family, and his music (Go-Go). It was his heart to make sure that you knew that he loved you.
Travis was educated in the public school system of Calvert County, Maryland and graduated from Northern High School in 1998. He played football and basketball. Afterwards he attended Delaware Tech and American Technology in Columbia, Ohio. He was certified in HVAC. He was employed with Hoffberger Moving Company as a forklift operator.
Travis was baptized at the Bethel Way of The Cross. On November 19, 2010, Travis married the love of his life, Aretha.
Travis was preceded in death by his father, Michael Morsell; grandfather, Paul Prout; one brother, Wayne Morsell; his favorite uncle, Barry Prout; his favorite aunt, Helen Wills (Sissy) and one brother-in-law, John Stewart.
Travis leaves to cherish his memories his devoted and loving wife, Aretha; three children: Reagan Wills, Brittany Stepney, and Rajahn Hampton; ten grandchildren; his mother Faye Brown (Wayne); four sisters: Marsha, Michelle, Tanesia and Unique; five brothers: Tavarus, Treaven, Wayne, Jr. Wade and Tony; his grandmothers, Mattie Prout and Dorothy Russell; aunts: Michelle Prout, Tammy Prout, Sylvia Prout, Carolyn Spriggs and Helen Spriggs; great aunt, June Prout and great uncle, Gary Prout; mother-in-law, Florence Gross (Mama Lu); sisters-in-law, Sherlyn, Sanderay, Denise and Carmen; brothers-in-law, Delmar, Rodney, Stewart and James; also a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives and friends; among them a special godmother, Gretchen Holland; a special cousin, Donna Jones; special friends Derrick, Herb, Shawn, Charles, Alfred, Chris, Black and Ernie.