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Travis David (Glen) Harpham, 38, of Conway, died Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021, in Lebanon.

He was born Nov. 12, 1983, in Springfield, Mo. to David Glen and Debbie Marie Foust Harpham.

Travis was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Glen and Claudine Harpham; maternal grandfather, Oral Foust and one aunt, Connie Morgan.

Travis attended Conway High School and graduated with the class of 2002. He worked at Laclede Industries in Lebanon for a period of time. However, he was most dedicated to recycling. He started a small in home business, collecting and recycling cans gathered from family and friends. He would collect the tabs and donate them to Ronald McDonald House or the Conway Library. He was also a volunteer for Meals on Wheels. He loved everything about Christmas and his country. He was an avid Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Cardinal and NBA fan. But he was most supportive of Lebanon Yellowjacket Athletics, specifically volleyball and competition cheer because he could watch his nieces excel at what they loved. He was the light of his family and made each of them feel special, but especially on their birthday, he would call and sing Happy Birthday, it was his special gift. He loved them without limitation.

He is survived by his parents, David and Debbie Harpham of the home; one sister, Ashley Mahan and her husband Brett; two nieces, that he adored. They shared a very special bond, Keelie and Remi Mahan, all of Lebanon; one nephew, Scott Mahan and his fiancée Abbey Johnson, also of Lebanon; maternal grandmother, Vivian Foust of Conway; aunts and uncles, Pauletta Berry and her husband Dale, Janet Adams and her husband John, Mark Harpham and his wife Barbara, J.R. Morgan, Vicky Powell and her husband Ken, Beverly Bowman and her husband Don, Dottie Sharp and her husband David, Terri Gerhart and her husband Garry, Mike Foust and his wife Julie and Becky Ruble and her husband Daryn and their families; other relatives and countless friends.

He was a member of Second Baptist Church.

Funeral services for Travis David (Glen) Harpham are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Shadel’s Colonial Chapel of Lebanon.

Memorials have been suggested to Washington Cemetery or to Travis Harpham’s family. Donations can be left at or mailed to Shadel’s Colonial Chapel, P.O. Box 948 or 1001 N. Lynn, Lebanon, Mo. 65536.

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