Austin Tyler Mayton
Sept. 22, 1994 – Jan. 23, 2021
Austin Tyler Mayton of Henrico, VA died suddenly on January 23, 2021.
Austin was born in Henrico on September 22nd, 1994. He was a resident of Mechanicsville for most of his life and graduated from Hanover High School in 2017.
Austin is a loving son and brother. Austin was an accomplished youth baseball player who played in the Cooperstown International Tournament with his team. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. He is a hard worker and has been in the construction industry. His smile and laugh lit up every room he entered.
Austin and his girlfriend Bethany Williams recently found out they are going to be parents. He was overjoyed about becoming a father and having a son. To his son: He didn’t plan to leave you, he already loved you so much and wanted to be everything to you.
Austin is survived by his mother, Patricia Mattox and step-father, David Mattox; father, Kenneth Mayton; brothers, Jason (Cynthia McNeely) Carpenter, Kevin Carpenter, Christopher Mayton; sister, Angela Mayton-Jenks; grandfather, Warren Vanderpool; uncles, Lee Vanderpool, Paul Vanderpool; aunts, Marla (Duane) Carpenter, Michelle Vanderpool, Joan (Richard) Pollock; and many cousins. He is preceded in death by his Grandmother, Nancy Vanderpool; Grandparents, Charles and Frances Mayton; aunt, Lisa Mayton-Field.
A private service will be held.
Friends may click here to view the live stream funeral service.
To Austin’s family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences during this very difficult time.
Austin some of our most favorite memories have you in it we love you we miss you. To Austin’s family if you need anything at all please let us know. We are so very sorry.
Austin, I’m thankful for all of the memories and laughs we shared and will always value our friendship. I love you! To Austins family, I am praying for y’all and sending all my love to you.
Austin, some of my favorite memories were with you at your house! I’m praying for the family and Bethany ! If y’all need anything at all please let me know! RIP Austin.
He was my brother..
You don’t get too many of those
Austin was one of my best friends im glad I got to know him and his family we had some of the best times together.
Austin..i don’t know what to say. You cared and accepted me when I was going through so much. Just laughing with and at one another was a blessing I believe we may have both needed at the time. I learned from our time together and i’m thankful for your kindness, always. I hope you know that your son is going to be so loved, just as much if not more than you were. Rest peacefully…..
Austin you were a pleasure to work with and enjoyed many evening hanging out in my shop with you and your dad, you will never be forgotten, Godspeed Brother
Love you always & forever Austin 💜 I will always hold our memories in my heart ❤️
We will love and miss you forever!! It has always been fun having you around…and I’ve loved you like a second son ever since the days of flag football at Bluestar! Cant believe youre gone…gone way too soon!! We love you!!