Austin Clay Porter 33 of Machesney Park illinois died in his mother’s home where he resided most of his life March 27 2023 in Machesney Park he was born December 9 1989 in Rockford Illinois son to Dawn Leslie Frazier Porter and Rex Austin Porter jr. Austin graduated from Harlem high school in 2008 and received an associates degree in computer science and received a diploma, he was single never married no children. He love to volunteer to help people with their computers if they needed fixing. He worked at Arachnid making gaming machines and working on computer assembly loved his coworkers and enjoyed his time there. Austin loved to travel with his mother in their RV all over the south and in the west he went to California Las Vegas Wyoming Nevada, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, and more.
Austin was a top-notch gamer love to spend time on his computer at home with all his computer friends online and also loved playing games with his nephew Kamren who was so special to him.
He love to visit with his dad and the Porter family when he could also whom he love very much.
Austin was a wonderful son, brother and uncle who was very mild mannered and never raised his voice he was a amateur chef and loved learning new recipes to show his mother and share with his family.
Austin loved his Dog Snickerdoodles and his Cat Meeko. He loved driving his Crown Victoria ( old police car) back and forth to work from which he purchased from a good friend Mike.
Austin was loved deeply by his Mother, Father and Nephew Kamren and his Aunt Sue and Uncle AAron and many cousins Kodie, Ashley, Joseph, adam, Amber and many other family members he will always remain in our hearts Forever.
Austin is preceded in death by his sister Britney Lou Porter And grandparents both sides Mary Lou Frazier, Clarence Lamar Frazier (mother’s side) and Beverly Jane Porter, Rex Austin Porter sr (fathers side) Aunt Arla Lynn Frazier
Austin was cremated at Sunberg Funeral Home.
Memorial service to be announced.
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