Aceyn Ausbrook Obituary, Death – An innocent shooting over the weekend took the life of Aceyn, a friend of our family’s. Family and friends have set up a GoFundMe to cover burial expenses and replace Aceyn’s mother’s car, which was totaled in the shooting. Here is the obituary for Aceyn. If you enjoyed this content, please consider donating and sharing it. Even a little bit is useful. On January 14, 2023, the world lost a remarkable young guy who was much more than just a wonderful kid.
Born on September 4, 2003, in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, Aceyn Jesus Ausbrook, 19, leaves behind his heartbroken mother, Anna-Marye Levier (Mortty); brothers Christian, 12, and Victor, 5; sister, Rashai Ausbrook, 20; and father, Andre Ausbrook (Carla), of Orlando, Florida. Gary and Eloisa Creighton of Monroeville, Fred Levier of Butler, Rev. Mortty and Andrea Ivy of Monroeville, and Shelly Beck of Fort Lauderdale were among his fortunate grandparents who helped shape him into the person he is today.
He also has many cousins and a large extended family of aunts, uncles, great-aunts, and uncles. The family would also want to thank Judy Ribic, who provided the burial plot at no cost to them, for their kindness. Aceyn had an infectious smile and the ability to strike up a conversation with anyone about anything. As a result, if you were lucky enough to be his friend, he would always look out for you and anybody else you happened to be with. He was the type of person who held the door open for strangers, volunteered for any task, and never forgot to help his grandmother down the stairs. He is the only 19-year-old I know that has a photo of himself and his younger brothers as the wallpaper on his phone.
The 12-year-old is utterly crushed, while the younger child has yet to grasp the gravity of the situation. He had a lot of respect for Aceyn, and Aceyn was doing his best to be an inspiring role model for him. Aceyn established a lawn mowing business a few years back with the intention of passing it on to his younger brother when the time was right. Just one more way in which he showed his love and concern for his loved ones was by doing this. He was a pleasure to be around since he was thoughtful, generous, polite, and kind. No one could have a serious conversation with him. The Facebook tributes show just how many people he had an impact on. Even though he was just getting started, he managed to touch the lives of everyone he met. Click HERE to visit Aceyn Ausbrook GoFundMe page.
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