Travis Luke Juan, a life-long resident of Hoopa, left us unexpectedly on April 21, 2023 at the age of 40. He was a proud member of the Pima Tribe and was a proud father of his two daughters, Sarah and Lillian Juan of Hoopa.

He was born on April 19, 1983 to Sylvia Carpenter and the late Gary Juan Sr. Travis leaves behind his two daughters, Sarah and Lillian Juan of Hoopa; his mom, Sylvia Carpenter of Hoopa; his brother, Gary Juan Jr.; his other mother, Sherrell Masten and her family, who he loved and adored as his own. He leaves behind his beloved nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews all from Hoopa. He also leaves behind his biological mother, Karen Davis and step-father, Shyanna Davis of Arizona; Brionell and Christina Davis; brothers, John Davis and Broderick Juan of Arizona, and many nieces, nephews.

Travis loved his family and friends very much. He was known to be a very sweet helpful person. All of his family and friends loved his sense of humor and jokes. He is a preceded in death by his son, Travis Juan; his father, Gary Juan Sr.; and step-father, Albert “Scal” Carpenter; his sister, Sumi Juan; his grandmother, Ethel Marlene Allison; and so many other loved ones. There are too many to name.

Honorary pallbearers are Junior Moon, George Moon, Gary Juan Jr., Lil Gary Juan, Frances Colegrove, and Clyde Moon. Pallbearers are Michael Masten, Eugene Masten Sr., Michael “M’s” Masten, Eugene Masten Jr., Tim Casey, Paul White, Dave Villavena, Philip Donahue, Billy Kirk, James McCovey, Jody Jackson, and Koe Smith.


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