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Blayton Riley Stoffer

March 24, 2003 — February 17, 2024

Monkey Island

Blayton Riley Stoffer, born on March 24, 2003, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, met an untimely demise on February 17, 2024, in Corinth, Texas, due to a tragic motorcycle accident. Blayton's departure has left a profound void in the hearts of his surviving family and friends.
Those who had the privilege of knowing Blayton were familiar with his remarkable talents and interests. Graduating from Grove High School in 2021, he excelled in track and field and had a penchant for video games and motorcycles. A true island kid at heart, Blayton would be seen around the island always joking, pulling pranks, living his best life with his friends. Putting a smile on the face of all that saw him pass.
His mechanical prowess was unmatched; there was no challenge too daunting for him when it came to fixing things. From cars, refrigerators, stereos, and boats. You name it and a couple YouTube videos later, and Blayton would have you fixed up. He approached every task with precision and skill. Music held a special place in his heart, he had a very diverse list of favorite artists.

Professionally, Blayton thrived as a superintendent at Asher Construction in Texas, showcasing his dedication and proficiency in the field. His work ethic and commitment inspired all those around him.
In this time of mourning, Blayton is survived by his grieving mother Janet Bedford, father Steven Stoffer, beloved sister Whitney Stoffer, and cherished niece Maylee.   Uncle Steve Bedford and his wife Brenda and Greg Bedford and his wife, Aunt Suzie Irvin and her husband Kyle, and Uncle Hank Drake, along with a host of cousins. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Nancy Seabourn and Cecil Bedford, his paternal grandparents. 

A celebration of life for Blayton Riley Stoffer will be held on his birthday, March 24, 2024, 1:00PM - 3:00 PM, at the Port Duncan Community Center, located at 21 Duncan Street, on Monkey Island, Oklahoma.

As we come together to honor his memory, let us remember the light he brought into our lives and the love he leaves behind. Blayton will forever remain in our hearts as a beacon of strength and ingenuity—a soul taken too soon but whose spirit will endure eternally.

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Sunday, March 24, 2024

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