September 6, 1971 – July 23, 2019
Cloys Blake Mayernick, 47, of Little Rock passed away on July 23rd, 2019. He was born in Little Rock, Arkansas on September 6th 1971 to parents Diane and John Mayernick Sr.
Blake had a passion for being outside fishing, floating, canoeing, bike riding, shooting guns, and flying remote controlled helicopters. He loved spending time with his kids, Natalie and Kaleb, at the Burns Park soccer fields playing ball games and flying kites or walking the trail to the YMCA from their house. Blake also liked to relax by reading his favorite book Lonesome Dove, watching the History Channel, or playing dominoes with his friends or family. Blake's yard was his pride and joy; he loved to work in it and enjoy his beautiful flowers.
He is survived and loved by his mother Diane Mayernick; children Natalie Blake Mayernick (Morgan) and Richard Kaleb Mayernick; a brother Johnny Mayernick; sisters Carla Halpine (Ronnie), Tonya Smith (Sean), and Amber Ponder (Ken); and a multitude of cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, and friends.
He is preceded in death by his father John Charles Mayernick Sr.
- Visitation Sunday, July 28, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, July 29, 2019
Lisa Jordan (Balsam)
August 17, 2019
My condolences to the Mayernick family. I was so sadden to just find out that Blake has passed. I remember Blake running around outside always doing something when I go over to the house to see Tonya. He will be truly missed, there is an angel looking over all of you now. My prayers are with you all.
July 31, 2019
I remember Blake as Tonya’s sweet little brother. It’s a shock to hear he’s no longer with us. Rest In Peace Blake. I know there’s a special place in Heaven for you. God bless the Mayernick family during this difficult time. Love ❤️ and prayers 🙏 sent from my family to yours. Laura, Amal and Robert along with Adeline and Gabriel, and Amira.
July 28, 2019
My sympathies to you Carla and the entire family. May God comfort you all in this difficult time.
July 28, 2019
Carla and family, I’m so very sorry for the passing of your brother. I know you and therefore know you love with all your heart. Take care my sweet friend. Brenda Hand
July 28, 2019
Blake and I went to school together for many formative years. He was my very first crush and I just thought he was the cutest thing ever! I still can see that same boyhood smile in his current picture, just can't believe I'm seeing his picture in an obituary. His life was cut way too short and my heart breaks for his children and family! Of course, we had not seen or talked to one another in years and years. I just hate the thought of not having any opportunity to see him again. I am praying for the family and children of this wonderful man. I regret I am unable to attend any of the services. My thoughts and prayers will be with you during this difficult time.
PS I am including a picture from my scrabbook of us at a Valentine banquet almost 40 years ago.
July 26, 2019
Blake was a true friend. We worked together for several years.
He was always a unique character. Smart , Talented , Helpful.
Smart because he took issues at work and found the right solution
Talented because he would help you with a problem and Not make you feel like a D.A.
Helpful because he enthusiastically helped when any project
Presented itself . He would come by and see Sheri and Me when he was in our neighborhood and was always friendly , concerned about how we were doing even when he was dealing with some issue himself . I worried about him ?
And knew something was up when he didn't show up.
To All his Family and Friends
Blake was a blessing to Us.
July 26, 2019
Blake was the most down to earth guy. I met him when I began working at AT&T. He was the expert DSL tech at the crew there on Hillcrest rd in sherwood. The boss grouped us together to get me trained on DSL/internet repair. Blake was the biggest joker ever. I remember this one instance; we were sitting in the van after a repair closing the ticket out, it was quiet (no talking), I was on looking at my phone and he was on the laptop and out of the complete silence Blake just pretty much shouts/hollers, “GAAAAAAAH” I jumped, hit the door, and almost threw my phone I was so startled. We had a good laugh about that. He had a blast pulling pranks on coworkers and giving the boss a hard time. We developed a friendship, hung out a few times, tinkered on some scooters/mopeds, go to lunch occasionally. I met his children Kaleb and Natalie, great kids, you could tell they loved their dad! He was a great guy, friend, father to his children! I will remember him fondly. Blake you will be missed! Kaleb and Natalie and the entire Mayernick family, know that my family is keeping your family in our prayers. May God grant you all peace and comfort in this time of grieving.
July 24, 2019
Kaleb and Natalie no father ever loved his children more than your father loved you. He was so proud of you. He will always be a part of you and I pray you both see his heart and compassion in each other and find comfort there.
I met Blake while doing computer and cabling work at Central Baptist Church about 15 years ago. We became close friends over the years and he was someone I could always count on and confide in. He had a giant heart, quick to recognize a person’s need and offer a helping hand. Before his motorcycle wreck he was a very talented telecom technician always taking great pride in the quality of his work. He was a sponge for knowledge, always learning new things and calling me up excited to share something new he had just learned on a job. My heart breaks knowing I’ll never receive another call or text from my dear friend, but there is comfort knowing I’ll get to see him again one day in glory. Father in heaven please bring comfort to the Mayernick family