What we lost will never be replaced. I lost my soulmate, the keeper of my heart and my best friend. The love you had not only for me but for Brent was unconditional. You took Brent as your own and loved him with all your heart. Not only were you a great husband, you were also a great father. A piece of my heart has been taken with you that I will never be able to get back. You were my everything and for that I will forever be grateful. I love you with everything I have. Fishing will not be the same. Who is going to climb down and get my catfish for me? I will miss all your hobbies you do and aquired. Your fly tying, black powder shooting obbsession, your many many smoked meats. I will miss all of that so much and don't know what I will do without you.
I only knew you for a short time. But, it was a wonderful and wild time. I got to see your worst and I got to see your best. Honestly you are what shined all the time. You are loved and you will be missed.
You were such an awesome brother and uncle and the world is a dimmer place without your smile and wit. You are so loved by so many and we will miss you so much. We are all so blessed to have had the chance to know you and have you in our lives.
Your amazing spirit and your jokester ways will truly be missed but not forgotten. We all love you and will miss you deeply. There will never be another Travis Stoddard. Just know you are in our hearts and will never leave us.
Travis is survived by his loving wife Kimberly Stoddard, his son Brent Manore, his father Mike Stoddard and step mother Pam Wilde, his best friend and brother Cole Stoddard and his wife (sister in Travis's heart) Jen Stoddard, and also his neices who he adored Sierra and Savana Stoddard as well as various aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Preceded in death was his loving mother Stacey Stoddard, His uncle Brent Taggart, His aunt Debbie Warner, His aunt Merlynn Stoddard, cousin Cindy Stoddard and cousin Joe Olsen.
We wll be having a Celebration of Life in a few weeks to give the family time to mourn this horrible loss.
The family has asked in lieu of flowers to donate to Kimberly Stoddard account at Wasatch peaks credit union to help her with expenses.