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Peyton John Augusta

April 6, 2005 — June 13, 2024

Portland, OR


OBIITUARY

Peyton John Augusta, born April 6, 2005 in Irvine, California, passed away on June 13, 2024. He was the beloved son of Rafael and Cody Augusta and cherished brother of Lunden Augusta. 

Peyton was a loving and intelligent young man, who focused on time spent with his family. His thoughtful concern for his loved ones and close friends was always his first act. He had a smart, witty sense of humor, and thrived in one on one conversations with anyone willing to take the time. 

His dedication to his education awarded him a Summa Cum Laude distinction at his high school graduation, followed by numerous merit based scholarships for college. He was pursuing a degree, in Portland, Oregon, majoring in Business Management with an emphasis in Real Estate. 

Peyton was a competition winner and member of Youth Biz, an organization who’s mission is to advance the social and economic prosperity of youth through the study and practice of entrepreneurship. If he wasn’t making snow cones to sell to the neighborhood, building a soda machine for profit, or selling homemade candy at school, he was starting his own Lawncare service as a teenager. He was our little businessman. 

He was a valued member of many athletic teams through the years, and was most passionate about golf and Tae Kwon Do. He earned his black belt in Tae Kwon Do and was a member of his high school golf team. He played Stacie Jaxx in the middle school production of “Rock of Ages”. He was a member of S.H.I.N.E., a youth organization dedicated to teaching the importance of inclusivity. 

Passion doesn’t describe his depth of love and knowledge of anything and everything, “Star Wars.” This he shared with his father and brother his entire life. He loved to make bunny cakes with one grandma and eat mounds of mashed potatoes made by the other. He enjoyed time spent making meals with his Ma. 

Peyton’s life was a dedication to strength and love. He demonstrated time and again his resilience by overcoming the impossible. Our hearts will ache endlessly to have lost him on this Earth, but we know he is cradled in the heavens by so many of our beloved family members. We will return to him someday, until then we continue to feel his love and protection lifting each of us every second of every day. We love you Peyt, and his reply, “I Got You.” 

Peyton is survived by his parents, Rafael and Cody Augusta, his brother Lunden Augusta, his grandparents Morris Augusta, Kate Emerson, Lari Mathewson, Barney and Bobbi Jo Chambers, and a host of aunts, uncles, and cousins. 

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