Travis M. Armajo

Travis M. Armajo

Jun 30, 1980 - Sep 15, 2012
Travis M. Armajo, 32, of Lander died Tuesday, September 11, 2012 in Lander.

Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m., Saturday, September 15, 2012 at the Blue Sky Hall at Ethete. Burial will follow at Sacajawea Cemetery at Fort Washakie. A wake will be Friday evening, September 14, 2012 at the Hall.

Travis McQuean Armajo was born June 30, 1980 at the Bannock Memorial Hospital in Pocatello, Idaho to Harold Luxon and Florene Gay (Pahneeno) Armajo.

He was raised by his grandmother, Vivian Armajo and attended school at Fort Washakie and graduated, Flandreau Indian School in South Dakota and attended Haskell College in Lawrence, Kansas. He has lived the majority of his life in the Ethete area.

His family said he was an accomplished artist working with charcoal drawings; he was a composer of music writing his own songs and lyrics playing the guitar. He had one CD out and played his music on 88.1fm. They said he also liked working and enjoyed tinkering on electronics and computers.

His grandmother said he was of the LDS faith and respected Native American Traditions and was raised the Indian way.

Travis worked for the Wind River Casino in customer service and surveillance in the security department of the Casino. He had most recently been working for American Laundry in Lander and had just been hired at the Maverick Motel in Lander.

He is survived by his father, Harold Armajo; grandmother, Vivian Teton Armajo; three sons, Andreas Armajo, Cassius Armajo, and Jesus Harris; mothers of his children, Danette Smith and Jean Harris; two brothers, Dwight Diggie and Ramsey T. Armajo; three sisters, Joy B. Armajo, Babs and husband Julio Diaz, and Princess Perry.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Florene Armajo; paternal grandfather, Thomas Armajo, Sr.; maternal grandparents, Geraldine Antelope and Dar Pahneeno.

On-line condolences for the family may be made at: theDavisFuneralHome.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Davis Funeral Home of Riverton.