On October 7, 2015, Travis Clark and his wife, Susan, were married at the Church of Our Lady of the Angels.
As they walked to the front door, the couple’s three young daughters, Sarah, Grace and Bella, walked in behind them.
Sarah said: ‘Dad, you look so happy.
I’m just so happy, dad.’
Travis had been working in a local hospital, and was returning home to a new job.
But after being diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), Travis was no longer able to work, and he had to be cared for by his family.
The Travis family are now hoping for the best and hoping to receive support for their son.
Travis, who is in his 70s, was a well-known figure in the entertainment industry, and is remembered for his work in the television industry.
Traveson and his family were a regular fixture in the local community and enjoyed the community support they received.
Travens parents were in the room when his illness hit, but they had no clue about his condition.
Traveons mother, Ruth Clark, who has been the carer for her husband since they were twins, said: Traven was a very caring man and we never could have imagined what he would do to help us through this time.
Travers funeral was held on October 16, 2015.
Travell Clark died after being struck by a car while walking home from a nearby church on October 10, 2015 in the area of Westgate Road and Old Street, South Kensington.
Traver had worked as a security guard in the Royal Exchange in London, and at the time of his death he was working at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
His death came two days after he died at the age of 75.
It is believed that he had just returned home from the hospital after attending a memorial service for his wife and family, when the collision occurred.
Mr Clark was working in the catering area of the hospital at the moment of the collision.
Mr Travell was not wearing a helmet and his car was in a parking lot.
A spokesperson for Travis said: Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Traven Clark.
Travus Clark is survived by his wife Susan, his son and two daughters.
The Clarks are expecting their first child in November, 2018.
Travis Clarks funeral took place at the St. Anthony’s Cathedral in London on October 17, 2015 at 6pm.
He was interred at the Chapel of St. Michael, Westminster Abbey.
Travians death is being treated as a ‘senseless accident’.
He leaves behind his wife Sarah and three daughters.