Austin Patrick Pierson

May 6, 1991October 5, 2020
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Austin Patrick Pierson was born to Gisele V. and John P. Pierson on May 6th 1991. Austin graduated from Putnam City (Original) High School and worked predominantly in the Food Industry.

Austin was a people person and worked well with others. Throughout his life he was a very compassionate and loving person and often took up for those who were less fortunate than him.

Austin was very musically inclined and could play five different instruments. He loved all types of music and had a great ear for “good” music. Austin tested in the top 5% in the nation in math. He had friends from Oklahoma City to Great Britain.

Austin loved to travel. His favorite destination was San Francisco but he also loved New Orleans and Vancouver B.C. Austin often expressed his love with friends and family. He loved animals and children loved Austin. He will be sorely missed by his family and friends.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, October 8, 2020

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    Friday, October 9, 2020


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Wendy Surber

October 12, 2020

Uncle Pat and Aunt Gigi,
Words cannot begin to express how truly sorry I am for your loss. There is nothing I can say or write that can make it better.....I am sorry for that.

Thank you for visiting Las Vegas and bringing Austin. I never really spent any time with him when I visited Oklahoma. By the time he was born I had pretty much stopped going to Oklahoma all together. So when you came out to Vegas I got to meet the man Austin had become. I liked him immediately, he was kind and I could see a playfulness behind his eyes. Much like you Pat....except you could be a big baby sometimes. What I really liked was his taste in music. I thought, "that's a guy I can probably sit with for hours, share our favorite songs and just get lost in the music." Even though I really thought of it often, I never tried to contact him. know LIFE. Why we let life get in the way I have no idea. I don't know how to end this but to write. I LOVE you two. Just like Austin, I was one of those kids at the Pierson Christmas Eve who couldn't wait to open all those presents. I do share that with him...even though we where different decades.

Jennifer Pierson

October 10, 2020

I remember you as crazypants, adore, when you were young. I remember you and Arden so close, like brother and sister. Grandpa Danny is there to welcome you. You are not alone. Ashley is there and has the same music taste as you. Cousin Kellie is there as well as Uncle Jerry, Grandma Georgie and Grandpa George D. You are missed, but in amazing hands.

Travis Moore

October 10, 2020

I miss you and your sarcasm. Too many people take things too seriously, but not you. I wish you didn’t have to go. All week memories of you from Kirkland all the way through PCO have been forefront especially you and I at Whitewater, Frontier City, and Disney World running around causing trouble. Gigi and Pat love you both, know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Andrea Goad Smelser

October 8, 2020

We had moved in the summer of 1998. That Christmas we had a knock on our door, it was Austin with his Christmas present, his dog Angus. He was so excited about this great gift he went around our cul de sac to all announcing the new arrival of Angus to his home.

Brett Whitford

October 8, 2020

Gigi and Pat,

My heart broke when I heard the news. I'm still in shock. I remember the picture of Austin in the sailor suit behind your desk, His memories speak of what an amazing young man he grew up to be. We are not supposed to bury our children or grand children in my case. You and Pat are in our prayers and I lit a candle fore you all at my church. I am lifting you all in love and light.

Brett and Chuck

Toni Leadbetter

October 7, 2020

Where to even start. It was honestly a privilege and an honour to know Austin, he truly was an amazing guy.
The memories we have and will cherish forever, are some of the best and funniest times we've had. He made us all feel like a family, even though we lived so far away from one another.
The heartache and grief has been overwhelming.
We send our love to Austin's friends and family during this difficult time.
We will never forget you Austin, you are and always will be, a big part of our lives.
Love and miss you always,
Toni and Phil

Sandy Racile

October 7, 2020

Although it has been many years since I have seen Austin, I know the grief and loss that you and Pat are experiencing. The loss of a loved one shatters your very being... My hope and prayers for you and your family... Is you will continue to seek God, the true loving, compassionate healer. I pray God's grace, mercy and love will comfort you during this very difficult time...

Psalm 34:18
"The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit."...

Hang onto His promise. I love you guys...

Mikey Inman

October 6, 2020

Austin was my best friend, and also my brother, we spoke and played online together everyday and had so many laughs. Austin was one of the very few people that understood me, understood my shyness and anxiety towards other people. He was patient with me in that I could barely speak to him at the beginning of our friendship because I struggled with speaking to people in general. He never complained. He helped me to open up to the world and in that I became friends with some of his friends from America and I'm extremely thankful for that, and I'm thankful for everything he did for me and others. He was and is a beautiful human being. I can't imagine the rest of my life without my best friend there to share it with. I'm heartbroken that this happened and I wish I could of helped him in some way. I hope his parents are okay, I know he loved them more than anything. I hope they know how much everyone loved their son. I just wish I could of met you buddy.
Just know I'll miss you forever brother.
Rest now, you're finally at peace
I love you man <3

Keren Inman

October 6, 2020

I really don’t know where to start, but even though we lived so far from each other (UK) you’ve been not just in my life but 4 more people’s life from the UK for around 2 years. Each day was a blessing, you made us laugh all the time and you went out your way to make sure we was all okay. You sat up messaging me through something I was going through just to make sure I new how valuable I was. You really was and forever will be one of the most nicest people I have ever gotten the chance to know.

I want to send massive loves to his family and friends, and just to let you know how much he brightened our life’s!

Love his UK gaming family 🖤

Jacob Evans

October 6, 2020

There are too many that come to mind.. but some of my most cherished memories with austie were the late nights in his room wathcing anime or playing some video games. Those nights hold such a special place in my heart. Basically all my favorite bands were ones he showed me. I still remember back to our first meeting at the old Glasnost for a destroyer show i think.. we started talkin about kingdom hearts and we put eachother in our phones as KHaustin and KHjake. and man it stuck. till today thats what i have for him.

I will never forget you man. from you straightening your hair at jimmys egg before school, to paralyze the beautiful (lol), to them nights, and even our recent talks about those times. we were so stupid but we had so much fun.. I love you dude.

My condolences to the Pierson family... Loss is so hard.. My heart and prayers are with you all..


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