Fairfield County resident Meghan Raveis, 45, died on Friday, June 23, just before 3 p.m. in the 500 block of Reading Road, Fairfield Township.

“My heart breaks for the Travis family,” said Brenda L. Kupchick, Fairfield’s lead congresswoman. “It is a terrible tragedy that a young mother and wife in Fairfield have lost their lives in this crash.

“My sincere sympathies go out to Meghan’s children, her husband and the entire Travis family.”

When Fairfield police posted her identity on Facebook as the victim of the crash, many commented on what a kind person she was.

“My heart is broken. She was a wonderful person,” Sarah Thurston wrote. “It’s really sad that something like this happened.”

Tracy Singarella Guglieri said: “So tragic and heart-wrenching. Meghan is a beautiful person. My heart goes out to her family ❤️”

Travis is managing director of the William Travis Charitable Fund, which raises money to help fund and support breast cancer patients, according to the organization. Fund website. She is also known for her involvement in local charities.

The group is currently organizing a major chili festival that will raise $500,000 for a group in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

The famous Lavis family is known throughout the area for their real estate offices and brokers.

In the crash, the mother-of-three was struck by a southbound vehicle as she was pulling into the northbound lanes, hitting a mailbox before hitting Lavis.

Fairfield Police said the driver of the vehicle was stopped at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation.

“The Fairfield Police Department expresses its condolences to the Travis family and their friends and loved ones during this difficult time,” the Fairfield Police Department said. “This remains an active investigation and we are working to determine the exact circumstances of the incident. reason.”

William Raveis positions itself on its website as the #1 independent family-owned real estate firm in the Northeast and Florida, recognized by local and global industry experts:

Anyone with information or who may have witnessed the incident is urged to contact the Fairfield Police Department at 203-254-4800.

This is still a developing story. Please check back with The Daily Voice for updates.

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