Meriden - Enoch P. Travers, of 79 Spice Apple Lane, Meriden died Monday, January 2, 2006 in an auto accident while visiting friends in Marquette County, Wisconsin, he was 22. He was the beloved son of Jerome and Susie Travers of Meriden and Sabre (Lee) Travers of Hawaii. Born in Meriden on February 25, 1983, he is survived by his brothers, David Travers of Meriden, Christopher Travers of Long Island, NY and Joshua Travers of Portage, WI, his step-brother, Michael Rueger of Wisconsin, two step-sisters, Heidi Ashton of Mass. and Angie Rueger of Tenn., his grandmother, Pauline Travers of Meriden, aunt and uncle, Betsy and Chico Gonzalez of Meriden, uncles, John Travers of Tenn and Paul Travers of Meriden as well as his cousins, Ian and Alina Gonzalez of Meriden and Melanie Travers of Maryland, Rebecca Travers of North Carolina and Bonnie Travers of Meriden. His family will receive relatives and friends at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 300 Paddock Ave., Meriden on Friday, January 6, 2006 from 1-2pm followed by a funeral service at 2pm. Burial will be private. The Beecher and Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden is in charge of the arrangements.

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  1. At OHA your family taught me the meaning of simplicity and that love has no boundaries. Although we have been out of touch for so long, I have warm memories of all of you especially Enoch and his never ending love of adventure. Our prayers are with you.

  2. Dear Travers family, Our prayers are with you at this difficult time. We fondly remember Enoch from when he was a student at Ouachita Hills Academy where we were staff. He was a special young man. Autumn remembers visiting him frequently in the hospital following his head injury from a falling tree. We pray that you will find comfort in Christ at this time.

  3. Enoch use to live with me and my brother Brent Thiede in Oxford. He was one of the nicest people I have ever met. He always listend to you when you had something to say and was just a very wonderful person. I had a lot of fun times with him. I have never met anyone like him before. My heart goes out to the Travers family I cannot begin to imagine what you are going through you guys are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Ashley and Brent Thiede and Family.

  4. Enoch use to live with me and my brother Brent Thiede in Oxford. He was one of the nicest people I have ever met. He always listend to you when you had something to say and was just a very wonderful person. I had a lot of fun times with him. I have never met anyone like him before. My heart goes out to the Travers family I cannot begin to imagine what you are going through you guys are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Ashley and Brent Thiede and Family.

  5. Enoch was my boys, jason and bret, best friend. Enoch hung out and stayed at my place. Enoch was always full of energy and adventure. Enoch could climb a tree like a squirel. He will be missed greatly. Enoch will always be in my thoughts, and never forgoten.

  6. Enoch was the most free spirted individual I had ever met. He made everyone around him laugh and feel warm inside. He was more like a second big brother to me in so many aspcts. My heart goes out to all his family and friends throughout the U.S. I will always remember all the times we had together. Sincerely Bret

  7. Enoch was the most outgoing,adventurous,laid back,and couragous person I have ever met. He wanted to see the world. He stood up for me. He was the best tree climber I have ever met. I told him I was going to give up on a skateboard trick and he told me to keep at it and I would get it down. I took his advice and now I have mastered the trick. Thank you for being a special person in my life, I will remember and cherish Enoch now and always.

  8. Enoch will always be in our hearts. We will miss our sweet neighbor and friend. He always had a warm smile,a Hello and a kind word. Our thoughts and prayers go to each and everyone of you. Enoch has become the angel in heaven to watch over his family and all of his loved ones, forever.

  9. He treated others how he wanted to be treated. He was one of the most opened hearted people I knew. He never judged anyone one by there cover. And that is what I will remeber the most. My condolences to his Family. Thoughts and prays are with you.

  10. Hey dave i am so sorry i cant make i want to make it so bad but i cant. I am really sorry for ure loss it is hitting me hard to. He was a good guy to hangout with at the bowling aley and bowl with the both of you. I hope u get this and if u could please call me cause i feel so bad for you and ure family if u want to talk call me at 203-537-5346 and best wishes to you and ure family from John, Zach, Danyel and the rest of the poepl from bowlerland MAD LOVE TO YOU DAVE

  11. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Enoch was a great person, very easy going and I could talk to him about anything and everything. He was always kind to everyone he met and never judged people. He will be greatly missed by all his friends in wisconsin. Sincerely, ashley Nielsen

  12. I am Truly sorry to here about the loss of Enoch. My condolences to the travers family. I must say he was a very nice person to be with he always had a smile on and would always treat people nice.He was a very very nice frien to me and to everyone he ever talked with. And i want to say thank you Enoch for the memories you have given me when we bowling and spliting wood together. I will always cherish the memories that we have shared. Dave Travers if you need to call me and talk to me then go ahead my number is 203-440-0143 sincerley Bryan J. Charlton

  13. I attended Ouachita Hills Academy when the Travers family worked at the school, and I remember all the fun times I had with all the Travers kids, and how kind they all were. My prayers are with your entire family, God bless.

  14. I did not know Enoch personally, but from what Ive heard and read, he seemed to be an outstanding young man. My condolences go out to the entire Travers and extended family of Enoch. Deepest Sympathy- Nicole

  15. I have the fondist memories of Enoch as friend and I will for ever hold them close to me. Sorry for your lost. He will all ways be remebered.

  16. I knew Enoch for 5 yrs. before he passed and not a day went by that I didn\\\’t benefit from his amazing prescence. He was one of my best friends and I miss him terribly. WIth his passing there dwells an emptiness in our lives we don\\\’t know how to fill. There is no other that compares to the beauty and compassion that Enoch embodied and there were not limits to his strength and adventerous demeanor. But the quality of life he left must never be forgotten for it overpoured in our lives in places we never knew existed. Dear brother Enoch the only solice I hold as does that of your dear sweet and wonderful family is the comfort in knowing we will see your beautiful face again. All my thoughts and prayers are with the Travers\\\’family this coming week. Enoch was trully an inspiration. God bless, Kimberly

  17. I met Enoch through a neighbor while he was cutting trees and could tell that he was a special person. I had him cut my trees as well and he did an excellent job. I sent him to my brother-in-law’s house on the other end of town and Enoch amazed everyone how he was able to climb the trees. I am very sorry for your loss. He will certainly be missed.

  18. I will always carry Enoch in my heart. He was a part of my life as well as my mother’s and sister’s. He taught me the song ‘As the Deer’, a song that will never be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers for the Travers’ family.

  19. I will always hold Enoch in fond memory. He and I shared many happy adventures together at my families farm, on fishing adventures, riding my ATV’s, etc. He was very much like the younger brother I never had. His loss hurts us all but we have the hope of seeing him again in heaven. I hope and pray that we are all faithful and will see Enoch again very soon.

  20. i would like to send my condolences to the travers family for there loss. i only knew Enoch for a short time but i could tell he was the type of person who left a great impression.He and Dave would come down tothe bowling alley and chill with my friends and i and we would have a good time .i truley am sorry -Zach P. ps. the mad love comment from John was to go out to Enoch but there is mad love out to Dave as well,were here for ya Dave

  21. Jason Thome is our nephew. We cannot even begin to express our condolences at the loss of Enoch. Our hearts go out to all of his friends and family, and know that we are committed to keeping the memory of that fine man alive in our family for a very long time to come.

  22. Jerome I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Enoch. He was a good freind to all hear in Wisconsin as well as Michigan and all places. I hope that Josh, David, Chris, and You will keep this moment in your heart for the years to come. Sorry again to hear about the loss and i wish i could be there if you want you can call me at 608-334-2038. Sincerely Jeremy

  23. The entire Burke Family offers our sympathy, prayers and thoughts to all who knew and loved our grandchildren’s cousin, Enoch.

  24. The thing we cover up is self By Enoch Travers Living in a world of endless error, we strive to do nothing for our selves that will stop sin and deception from winning the lives of all our fellow men.We go on building great buildings of selfgradification.To make our error covered up by the simple pleasures of this earth,Which is the great example of sin for the billions of planets in the realm of God’s kingdom.Enoch wrote this While he was with me(Teresa Tetzlaff) I just thought that I should share it with you Mr.Travers Love Always Teresa

  25. We are the mother & stepfather of Jason Thome. When we first met Enoch, it was as if we already knew him. He has touched the lives of all our children in so many ways. From his expertise in wood carvings, to his love of adventure and rock climbing,and even making a night at work fun when he was there. The emptiness felt here cannot compare to the loss you all must feel. Please accept our most heartfelt condolences and know that this most special young man will never be forgotten.

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