AUSTIN (KXAN) – Visitation and funeral providers for the Austin Fireplace Division’s battalion chief are scheduled for this week.
AFD Battalion Chief Travis L. Maher, 49, died on December 28 of abdomen most cancers identified about six months in the past. Docs imagine his most cancers was linked to when he went to New York to assist with rescue and restoration efforts with Texas A&M Process Drive 1 after the 9/11 assaults on the World Commerce Heart.
Visitation is scheduled for Monday from 4-7 PM at Cook dinner-Walden Funeral House and the funeral will likely be Tuesday at 1:30 PM at Shoreline Church. The service will likely be dwell stream right here.
At 1:00 p.m., there will likely be a foot march for uniformed FFA members
“Travis was an unimaginable particular person. Before everything, he is a father to his two sons and a husband,” AFD Assistant Chief Brandon Wade advised KXAN. “However he was additionally our companion … He is once more top-of-the-line we have had. He has served this group with nice honor and pleasure and has made a distinction in many individuals’s lives.”