Travis Miller Obituary, Death – Travis Miller, also known as “Harry/Trav,” lived in Edgewater, Maryland, and passed away on February 24, 2023 in Annapolis, Maryland. He was 43 years old. Travis Miller was born in Washington, District of Columbia on November 2, 1979. His mother, Patricia Miller, and his late father, Lynn Miller, raised him. Travis attended Widener University and earned a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Hospitality Administration/Management.
He also enjoyed going on adventures with his buddies and spending time on the lake. Above all else, he cherished the time he spent with his family, particularly his son Benjamin. In addition to his mother and son, Travis is survived by his devoted wife of ten years, Meg; a sister, Tracy; his in-laws, Michael and Eileen McBride; a brother-in-law, Michael McBride and his wife, Janet; two sisters-in-law, Mary Kelly and her husband, Michael, and Elizabeth Miller and her husband, Nicholas; and nephews and nieces, Michael, Evan, Lillian, Jake, Luke, Emma, and Sarah.
Meg and Travis first became acquainted with one another and fell in love while Travis was employed with Aramark at Ravens Stadium for more than ten years. After that, he moved on to work as the Director of Food and Beverage at the Maryland Jockey Club and at Commander Stadium with the Levy Restaurant Group. Both of these positions were with the Levy Restaurant Group. Because of his work, he was able to take advantage of opportunities like attending the Olympics in London and the Confederations Cup in Brazil. Travis had a passion for many kinds of sports, but his favorite team was the Chicago Cubs.