On a different note, I was wondering about Mr Travers and thought of something we haven't discussed yet: his big change when he is bedridden. After giving into his alcoholism over and over again throughout the substory/backstory, he is on his deathbed. At first he's asking the doctor to give him medicine which contains alcohol, to which the doctor responds, "When will enough be enough?" But then, right before Mr Travers passes away, he asks Ginty to get him some pears instead of liquor.
Sounds like an IC Resolve of Change, doesn't it? If that's the case, then maybe there's more to Mr Travers than just present-day Pamela's personal throughline.