Norman Travis Bennett

January 31, 1963 - February 11, 2022

Norman Travis Bennett of Dallas, Texas passed away on February 11, 2022 at the age of 59. He was born on January 31, 1963 to Carrell Ray and Oleta Bernice (Murphy) Bennett in McKinney, Texas.  Travis graduated from McKinney High School.  He was very proud of his barbeque business, Black Creek Barbeque and was very successful with it.  His family also remembers his love for fishing. 

Travis is survived by his daughters, Tiffany Roberts and husband, Danny, Kayla Bennett and husband, Matthew Bryant, and Rachel Hyman and husband, Maxwell; grandchildren, Dustin, Melody, Savannah, Christopher, and Dalton; brother, Ray Wayne Bennett and wife, Iris; nephew, Josh Bennett; niece, Jessa Bennett; nephew, Mark Bennett; and numerous other loving family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Todd Steven Bennett.

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Travis was an inspiration and close friend. He Told my twin sister he was going to marry her, then told he he had asked me first. He was 5 and we were 14. So glad to know Travis is in the arms of God. He will be missed until we meet again in Heaven. Love you my friend. Sherry Parks , February 20, 2022 We will see ya sometime in the distant future! You will be missed! Michael Michael McMillan, February 15, 2022 Travis my friend. I know you are finally peaceful in God’s arms. I will always remember back in 2013 when I first came to a 730 meeting. . You first reached out to welcome me outside and we had a little chat … never forgot. And as time moved on I could see his deeper involvement with new and older people. Bless you buddy, see you when it’s time. Rick Rick Frovich, February 14, 2022 So sad to hear of Travis' passing. I remember him most of hunting and fishing with my uncle Bill Bennett (son of Doyle and Faye Bennett). He will be missed! Sarah Mohon-Padron, February 12, 2022 Travis helped me to get and stay sober. He taught me, through his example, how to live in service and grace on life’s terms. Russell McCall, February 12, 2022 Travis was a good friend and helped many people while he was with us, including me. He will be missed. Mark Stahl, February 12, 2022 My old PPG flying buddy, barbecue cook, and friend…I will miss you. Bill Whitehead, February 12, 2022 I love you Travis.
Donell Davis, February 12, 2022