762-994-0311
1220 George C Wilson Drive, Suite C
Augusta, GA 30909

Ashton Lee Farley

August 25, 1984 - November 11, 2018

Ashton Lee Farley; Mr. T-mobile, was a devoted worker as a Technical Expert at T-mobile. During his time with T-Mobile he had received 2 promotions and was interviewing towards his goal of working at headquarters. He loved his job and received multiple awards including recognition from John Legere, the CEO of T-Mobile. He was also a devoted and loving father to his two children.  He was very ambitious and a go-getter, and this was shown with his expertise in sports along with having a unique tone of voice that stood out which gave him the opportunity to have his own sports radio show with ROUND HERE RADIO, which he gladly accepted, to add more to his accomplishments. He had the honor to be a part in a movie.  Looking back to one of his videos which stressed that you can do anything you want to do, he did show us that he did just that.

 

 Ashton's favorite thing to do was be on social media either creating content or following others. He loved watching YouTube videos to stay in the know in celebrity drama. Ashton was passionate about video production and hoped to combine his hobby with his job at T-Mobile. He recently had a role in a movie, Ultimate Alibi and had other movie prospects and voice over work lined up. Ashton completed a childhood dream by starting to have his own radio show, Real Talk Sports with Ashton. Sports as well as drumming were 2 things Ashton enjoyed since childhood. The thing that Ashton loved most was his family and being around them. He loved spending time with family just laughing and having fun which is clear in his social media videos and pictures. He loved to dance and prank the most.

 

  When he was in high school, he stated that one of his dreams was to host his own radio show, and he made us proud, and accomplished that; specifically a sports radio show, stressing sports, which was something he was passionate about.  His #1 liked sport was football, and he would let it be known which team was his team by saying in that unique voice of his "E-A-G-L-E-S, EAGLES!"  Ashton will always be remembered for his laughter, special dance moves, his love for family, and his Snapchat videos that always had us laughing and smiling.

 

Ashton is preceded in death by his father, Yeon Ashton Thompson; grandparents, Franklyn Thompson, Eutrice Benjamin, James Farley, uncles and aunts, Annie Croker, Sameul Farley, Shirley, Lynette, Francine; and cousin, Asher.  He is survived by his children, Brianna Farley, Ashton Farley, Jr.; mother, Alfreda Wicksand Mike; step-dad, Hollis Reid; grandmother, Stephanie Farley; siblings, Devon, Melissa, Jeffrey, Pernell, Jessica and Sophia; uncles and aunts, Malika Roth, Robert Farley, Rose Griffith, Antonio Mertis, Lovern Prince; cousins, Terry, Jason, Kevin, Ustace, Andy, Willica, Candace, Samantha, Delroy, Marlon, Leroy, Malaika, Ernesto, Kellyann, Stephanie, Meshack, Eric, Deric, Patric, Princess, Shondel, Desmond, Carl, Johnny; neices and nephews, Marcus, Oliver, Seamar, Tyler, Jasmine, Jayden; aunts and uncles, Evelyn, Lenroy, Glen, Keith, Wayne, Lerry, Jorome and Deckland and dear friend Abby.

Funeral Services will be Monday, November 19, 2018, at 1:00 p.m. at Bethel Community Apostolic Church, 2599 Kelly Street, Augusta, GA 30904, Pastor D. Butler, Officiating.  Family will receive friends on Sunday, November 18, 2018, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Arlington Burial and Cremation.  The family will also receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church starting at 12:00 p.m.  Online condolances may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com  Arlington Burial and Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Drive, Suite C., Augusta, Georgia 30909.  762-994-0311

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Gone too soon! We will miss you dearly ??????
Aunt Sabrina - Sabrina Mentis - November 21 at 1:59 AM
Tk
I still cant believe this...im so sad...he was my first friend when i moved to Hamilton for Highschool. I played drums with him and his sister melissa for new generation drill team and the schools step team. we did capoeria together with his brother deebo in nottingham (great times) im glad you accomplished your dreams. I love and miss you bro . Takyrus (aka) Tk .
Takyrus kelly - November 19 at 8:09 PM