In Memory of

Richard Travis Lambros

March 8, 1979 - June 13, 2018

Obituary

Richard Travis Lambros… Born on March 8, 1979. He passed in peace too soon on June 13, 2018 at the age of 39. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Mary & John Lambros and Billie & Richard Belser.

He was the beloved son of Pam & George Lambros; a brother to his sister Niki and her husband Frank Totta and their children, Sophia, Anthony, and Kathleen. His sister, Ashley Quinn and her children Xavier, Colin, Cash, and Ashton. He adored his nieces and nephews and they adored their Uncle T. He will be missed by his many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Travis was born and raised in Raytown, MO and graduated from RHS in 1997. He proudly graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Nursing. He was currently working as a traveling nurse in Arizona. He was enjoying his life.

Travis was a kind, gentle, and spiritual man. He loved deeply, was strong, and generous. He was proud of his Irish and Greek heritage and lived philotimo.

His greatest act of kindness was the gift of life through organ donation.

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I’m grieving that such a great son, brother, uncle, friend and guiding light has been called home far too soon. Our hearts break full of sorrow for his dear family. There’s no greater loss than that of a pure heart and soul and losing him far too soon. I grieve with your whole family and offer my condolences and anything else you may require. Please fly high my dear friend. Your heart and soul were too great for this world but thank you for the time you shared your beauty with us all! Fly free my friend I will think of you in every gust of wind against my cheek.

Richard, you will never be forgotten. You are loved by so many here in As. We will miss that ORNERY smile of your. I always new u were up to something.God shared you with all of us. And we Thank God for that.May you RIP Richard.

Bro im still at disbelief that your gone I wish I could have that one last time to see you alive and laughing like you always did well anyways bro RIP were gonna miss you down here just watch over us and protect us Love you bro

Richard, I am thankful beyond words that I had the opportunity to not only be your recruiter but also become your friend. From the dinner with you and Justin and the laughs that we had to the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie quotes and our weekly discussions about your time card, your are an incredible nurse, a kindhearted person and I will never forget you. Your text messages and our phone conversations always left me laughing and I will cherish the last conversation we had. Thank you for being you. Forever Missed, Never Forgotten

Travis, I am still finding it hard to believe… it never crossed my mind that you, of all people, would leave this world early. Jimmy and I will hang on to all of our fun memories growing up together. For Jimmy it was hanging out in the neighborhood jumping on the trampoline, and seeing you around the way as we got older. For me, wow there’s so many good times, but the last was Jacob’s birthday. I keep wishing us four had taken a picture that night as it was the last time we saw you. What a good time we all had hanging out conversing. You were doing what you wanted and we were so proud of you! Definitely on the path to success – brother, you now have the success most of us dream of – sitting side by side with the Lord. You were a loyal and trustworthy friend that always had your peoples’ backs – had one of the biggest hearts of anyone we know. You will always be family to us. Nothing but love, respect and smiles with you Salsa. We miss you greatly. And to your family, our hearts ache deeply for you. Praying for peace and comfort for you all.

George and Pam – There is no way I can relate to what you are going thru. My heart goes out to you. You are in my prayers as well. Love,

Dear George, Pam and Family, No words I could say would relieve you of this pain and grief but know that Travis was a wonderful human being given one of the biggest hearts I have ever known. Any one who was lucky enough to have met him know this. He laughed easily and smiled bright. I’m blessed to have crossed his path in this life and know I will see him again. His memory eternal and my love to you all. Love Jessie

Our deepest condolences to the Lambros Family. May the life of this tree symbolize Travis’s eternal memory. May God grant peace upon his soul and bring comfort to the hearts of his beloved family and friends.

Visitation

Friday, June 22, 2018
6:00pm-8:00pm
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Services

Saturday, June 23, 2018
11:00am