of Marshall, AR
January 30, 1991 - February 20, 2020
Travis Michael Acosta, age 29 of Marshall, Arkansas passed from this life on Thursday, February 20th, 2020. He was born in South Lake Tahoe, California on January 30th, 1991 to David Alvin Mason and Tina Marie Acosta.Travis was a veteran of the US Navy where he served as a boatswain mate. He served for 7 years and 11 months and was awarded a Navy Achievement medal, Navy Good Conduct medal, National Defense Service medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service medal, Navy Sea Service Deployment ribbon, Navy Expert Rifleman medal and Navy Sharpshooter Pistol Shot ribbon. His vivid personality and wonderful sense of humor will live on in the hearts of those who knew him best.Survivors include his wife, Molly Clingersmith Acosta; one daughter, Adrienne Acosta who is 3 1/2 years old; parents, David and Tina Mason; and many other family and friends who will mourn his passing.Memorial services with military honors for Travis will be 1:00 PM Friday, February 28th, 2020 at the Church of God, 901 Hwy 62 E, Flippin, Arkansas 72634 with Bro. Heith Hogan officiating.
Thank You for you Service Son. I'm sorry you had to leave so soon. You will be missed. I know you were loved.
Although I didn’t know Travis personally, I met him a couple times and have served in the military with his wife, Molly. My heart and prayers goes out to their family during this rough time. May angels lead you in.
Tina, Dave, Molly and baby girl I am so sorry for you loss , Travis was so full of life , he was a beautiful soul and touched so many lives. I know words can't heal the pain in your hearts may his loving memories help in time. I am honored and blessed I was lucky to know him. My heart goes out to all of you. May he dance with the angels and rest in God's loving arms. God bless you all
Molly and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. We are praying to Jesus to help you through .
Travis Acosta. Your kind, silly and certainly steadfast spirit rings and still sounds off in present day. I am so proud to had served with you and even more proud to call you a friend. You had a relentless way of giving to others and anytime I reach back in memory, you had a hand in what it meant to work hard but having fun doing it. Thank you for always being you...We love you.
Travis, you will be deeply missed by not only Zack and I but the entire crew you worked with. So many good times I reach back in my memory have you in it. Every time I had to end my MWR announcers with the signature "kthnxbye" you would laugh and make me giggle over the 1MC. You will always be in our thoughts, along with your family and your beautiful daughter. Fair winds and following seas shipmate and friend. We will truly miss you
We are heartbroken that we have to see you go. But we look at the great impact you had in our lives and will cherish the moments and let you live forever in our thoughts. Condolences to Molly and his beautiful girl.
BM2 Travis Wilson, or “Boats”, as I knew him was a good man, a patriot, and a great shipmate. We had some meaningful talks on the bridge of the Arleigh Burke as he stood the watch. I pray for his family and hope Travis rests eternally in peace.Fair winds and following seas, shipmate.
I didn't know Travis personally, but he was a good friend to my granddaughter & her husband, Alexandria & William Traxel. I'm so sorry for your loss & will keep his wife & daughter in my prayers.
BM2 Travis Wilson, or “Boats” as I knew him, was a good man, patriot, and shipmate. I fondly remember our time together serving in Arleigh Burke.. I pray for his family and that Travis may rest in peace. Fair winds and following seas.
We served on the Burke. I will miss my friend.
Our hearts and prayers are with Travis's family and friends. He was such a Great Guy and will forever be in our hearts.
I’m sincerely heartbroken at the loss of my Friend, such a Beautiful person and Devoted Father, it’s a pain that will never go away. You will be loved and missed every single day and I truly hope to see you again. Fair winds and following Seas we have the watch.
You will be missed by so many. Much love to your family.
He was a funny guy and will be missed.
Prayers for Molly, their daughter, and all the family through this difficult time.