Austin Thomas Boyd

Austin Thomas Boyd

June 20, 1993 - February 17, 2016

Austin Thomas Boyd

June 20, 1993 - February 17, 2016


Austin Thomas Boyd, 22, of Rancho Santa Margarita. Following a long struggle with mental illness, Austin went home to be with Jesus who he loves so very much. Son of Chris and Nancy; brother to Noelle, Christopher and sister-in-law Taisiia, as well as his loving extended family including grandfather Edward; uncles: Matt, Gary, Rick, and Paul; aunts: Anne, Beth, Ginger, Christa, Cheryl; cousins: Henry, Remie, Megan, Ricky, Alyssa, Madison, Mitchell, Jessica, and Rebecca; as well as many devoted friends.

Austin was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma but moved to Rancho Santa Margarita in 1996. He attended Melinda Heights Elementary School, RSM Intermediate, 3 years at Trabuco Hills High School and graduated from Mission Viejo High School in 2011.

Austin’s smile and blue eyes would light up a room like nobody else. He cared so deeply for everybody else. It was never about him, it was always making sure everybody else was okay. Austin loved swimming, bodysurfing, music, grilling, hiking, and his dog Rascal.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Austin’s name to Spirit Filled Hearts Ministry ( ), or NAMI (

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16 responses to Austin Thomas Boyd

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  1. Austin I remember when you invited me over to your house and we made some cookies and you asked me if we were making these right lol and I said well I guess we will just have to find out turns out we should totally be bakers :relaxed: I really do miss you Austin.. More than you will ever know :heart: There’s not a moment that I don’t think about you. I wish I could just see your smile and hear your coice right now. I love you.

  2. Nic Sauter says:

    Austin words cant explain the brother hood we had and the love we have for one another I miss you so much and I cant wait to have you show me the way to where jesus is. I love you see you sometime soon
    nic sauter

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  4. Austin was like a son to me and was an integral part of my family. I shared many wonderful moments and precious memorable occasions with him and the Boyd family during Austin’s formative years. He exuded so much zest for life, especially when he was in the presence of water, the beach, and boogie boarding. I will always remember his captivating beautiful smile, warm heart and pleasant demeanor. So his presence will be forever with me and I will dearly miss him. While his memory will always be a painful feeling of loss in my heart what provides me some comforting solace is that I know Austin is now at peace, in a better place and in the palm of God’s hand. Rest in peace – Brian Conners

  5. Jo Goforth says:

    I am so saddened to hear of Austin’s passing!!! Living in the darkness is just so difficult and as you do, I believe he is in the arms of our Lord, content and joyful in eternal life. I am so sorry for your earthly loss but know you will see him again when the time is as it should be!! With Love and deepest condolences.

    JoEllen Goforth

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