Blake Austin Hasty

December 20, 1987November 14, 2021

Blake Austin “The KiDD”, “Outlaw”, “Younge Hope” Hasty, 33 years old, of Arlington, Texas, passed away on November 14, 2021. Blake passed away doing what made him feel alive.

The memorial service will be held at 11:00am, November 20, 2021 at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Home. Pastor Bill Moore of Cornerstone Church will be officiating. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Shannon Rose Hill funeral home.

Blake was born in Ft Worth, Texas on December 20, 1987. He graduated from Arlington Heights High School 1 year early with Scholastic achievements. Blake had no desire to continue in formal education because he believed he could learn more from the people he associated with in real life situations, and he excelled in this, his own form of further education. “It teaches me how to live a full and meaningful life helping others excel”. Blake believed in God and felt his body, heart, and soul were tools to do Gods work. Blake shared his life with Brianna Ramos “Sleeper”, his soulmate and best friend of over 10 years. Her road name was “Sleeper”, because let’s be honest, that was also one of her passions in life. They met through Garret, a mutual acquaintance and began their incredible journey together. Blake and Brianna were very seldom apart. They shared many of the same moral beliefs and worked together making positive change in everyone they came in contact with. They shared their lives with Stitch and Frankie, the family pets who also played a very important role not only as comfort support but also as workout partners. They joined in every morning for the daily routine.

Blake worked as an Apprentice Plumber and helped to learn the family business in his spare time. He enjoyed many hobbies; he played the drums, a passion of his and which brought much inner peace in times of struggle. He enjoyed being a Rap artist and toured the Texas Oklahoma circuit. Photography and digital media production were also areas he exceled at, creating many videos for friends, charity organizations and his music career. He played sports throughout his life, namely Ice Hockey and weightlifting where he achieved 4 World Records. He was also actively involved in the Southern Dawgs MC, where he used this platform to work with Law Enforcement, First Responders, and many charities to help change their lives. The Texas Scottish Rite children’s hospital, Move over slow down initiative benefitting Emergency services, and most recently started work to feed the homeless in the Ft Worth area, and so many more. His involvement with charities helped him find his place and purpose in life. He lived to help others in need.

Blake accomplished many things in his short life here on earth. All through his life people have approached Jessica with kind words of his character, and mannerism like “This man had more heart than most”. “He knew the meaning of loyalty and the value of a handshake”, “He had love and respect for everyone”, He had respect for his elders, and was regarded as an “old soul”. His friends and people he met would always thank Jessica for having him. Blake changed and touched so many lives.

Blake is survived by his son Blake Hasty Jr.; Mother, Jessica Worthington and husband, Clem; Father, Jack Hasty and wife, Cathy; Grandmother, Lorenza Bybee; Step brother, Jerame Worthington; Best friend, Aaron Vassar; Mentor friend and cousin, David Ontiveros; Numerous Aunts, Uncles, and cousins, many brothers from the Southern Dawgs, and other family and friends.

Blake is preceded in death by Partner Brianna Ramos; Great Grandmother, Maria Martinez; Grandfather Terry Bybee; Step-brother, Kennith Worthington; and Southern Dawgs brother Preston “Cheeze” Wehunt.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to a non-profit organization of your choice, in his name or simply Pay it Forward in his name. The family of Blake Austin Hasty wishes to thank all in attendance, Family, Friends, and everyone that remembers him through the work he did with his many side journeys and projects.


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Chasity Swinton

November 22, 2021

I honestly can not believe I am having to write this post. Blake, I did not see you as adults once I graduated from Heights. However, you were one of the realist and funniest guys I ever met. I just hate that this happened to you because you nor your girl deserved it. Please be with your son because this is definitely not going to be easy for him. I will always cherish the memories from our band days. ❤️

Brenda Clark

November 21, 2021

TRoy Patterson

November 21, 2021

The KIDD, One of the best Stand up, and Righteous Man I had ever meet!! Without fail.
Always a big ole Heart smile, shining inside and out!! I guarantee, Kidds love and legacy will not ever be Forgotten. Ride on, Brother!!!

Reyna Lechuga

November 20, 2021

Oh Blake, you leave my heartbroken and thinking I will never see your beautiful smile again. I will always remember the first time I met you .
Beautiful Smile, handsome and respectful
Kid. Fly High holding Brianna, as you always did And Rest In Peace
My Prayers and Condolences for his family and friends.


November 19, 2021

Jack and Kathy, (my amazing Sister), brought Blake to CA. This is when my Family met Blake. One could truly see how very Proud his Dad was of his Son. My Heart hurts for his Family and I will continue to Pray that You All have the Peace of Gods Love. Sis, Dotti

Joshua Crossland

November 19, 2021

I knew Blake for a relatively short time compared to most. But in that time I came to admire him. Such a empathetic sweet big ol bear of a man. Very understanding and easy. He was everyone's friend. Made quite a impression on me. Prayers to all who loved him. Much love.


Tamara Jackson-Narabez

November 19, 2021

Blake n Bri were special angles they were special to everybody they touch.. When I met them both they took me under their wing to let me know how the club works.. Bri was such a sweet n fun person to be around she can make u laugh when u had a bad day.. I remember the day when we met that I was so nervous she made me feel comfortable being around them bri was the first one to call me mom.. Blake was such a wonderful gentleman a sweetheart he was explaining to me how the old ladies wear there cuts I looked at him like I'm not going to be nobodies property but he finally told me what it meant we just laughed.. I will miss them both very much they were the life of the party n made everyone laugh they were the sunshine when they walked in the room..

Robert Narbaez

November 19, 2021

Blake and Brianna were heaven sent souls that brought out the best in everyone. Their kindness,love and laughter always reassured me that things would be ok. Their love of life and fun natured ways always drew people to them. I love you both dearly and will miss you. Until we see each other again, RIP.

Ricky Theiss

November 19, 2021

First time I ever met him I was helping bri bring in a tv I think on New Years for a raffle, he came up to me made sure I knew bri was his girl said thank you for helping her bring it in and bought me a shot. Never really talked but always said what’s up after that!

Shelly Crawford

November 19, 2021

All of The Millions of Beautiful Words Spoken about THE KIDD & Sleeper speaks volumes about this Amazing Couple. They had a zest for LIFE unlike any others!
I will always cherish My Blake MEMORIES, The Many Hugs, His Infinite Wisdom & Especially Our Talks!!!
His Old Soul will keep Him Alive in Our Hearts ~ FOREVER!!
Bri was Incredibly Beautiful and had An absolutely Great Sense of Humor!!! Together they warmed the room with their Fabulous Personalities.

Remember OUR
We ALL shared with Them

SHELLY~ Purple Girl