Gage J. Mayer

July 3, 2018
Gage J. Mayer, 24, of Fulton died Tuesday July 3, 2018 at the Oswego Hospital after a sudden attack at home. He was born in Oswego, and has been a lifetime resident of Fulton. Gage was employed as a front end cashier at Price Chopper, Fulton. He enjoyed playing the card game “Magic” and video games. He especially loved spending time with his family and friends. Gage is survived by his loving parents Tyrone and Amy (Woodward) Mayer of Fulton, maternal grandparents Lynda Woodward of Fulton, Charles Woodward of Fulton, paternal grandfather Thomas Mayer Sr. of Fulton, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Gage was predeceased by his grandmother Dawn Mayer. Calling hours will be 4:00 to 6:00 PM Tuesday July 10, 2018 at the Sugar Funeral Home Inc. 224 W. 2nd. St. S. Fulton. Burial will be private.

8 thoughts on “Gage J. Mayer

  1. Dear Ty and Amy , I would like to take this opportunity to offer you / your families my heart filled sympathy / condolences. I am so very sorry for the sudden loss of your beloved Gage. I wish you / your families love and peace. May god bless you.

  2. I am so very sorry to hear this terrible news. I worked in the library at GRB HS and Gage was a frequent visitor. I also would visit him at Price Chopper and he was always so polite and friendly. He was such a nice young man. I am so terribly sorry for this awful loss and ithat his young life was cut so short. You are in my prayers Gage…as is your family.

  3. You will always be in our thoughts Gage and family you are in our prayers! Gage was a great guy always making people laugh on the bus!! You will be dearly missed <3

  4. Dear Ty & Amy,
    We were in shock when we heard the news. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are going out for you both. We can’t even imagine….. there just aren’t words. We will always remember Gage for his friendly personality and personal interest he took in every conversation we had with him. The evening we spent visiting with all of you was so enjoyable and relaxing.
    While we often do not have any idea why things happen the way they do, we pray that God will bring you through this darkest of tragedies with His strong and loving hand. We wish we were there to offer you a shoulder to lean on but know we are praying for you and you are always welcome to visit us in Pennsylvania.
    With Love
    Earl, Jenni & Evan Holdren

  5. Amy , I was so sorry to hear about Gage, I have no words. I am so sorry for your loss. It seems like just yesterday Gage was born. I am hoping your faith will keep you going in a time like this………Linda

  6. To the Price Chopper family and the family of this young man I am so sorry for your loss. A shortl story that hopefully will bring a smile to your face , even if for a short second.

    One day last fall as I was leaving the store with a box of donuts, the wind swept the donuts from my hands and all over the parking lot. Gage, who I did not know, was pushing carts into the store. He stopped in his tracks, picked up the donuts, and escorted me into the store to get replacements.

    I thanked him and as I left, I said to myself.. “now there’s a classy young man with a kind heart”.

    May he rest in peace, and may the Lord look over his family and friends.

  7. So sad to hear about Gage. He was a very polite and kind young man. We worked together at the chopper. I will always remember him as always willing to help whenever asked and just being a nice young man. My deepest condolences to the family.

  8. We loved Gage very much and he was a wonderful person with a beautiful soul! I know Gage is in Heaven and all of his dreams are now fulfilled.
    I pray for Ty and Amy and the family who will miss him tremendously. He will never be forgotten and one day we will see him again.

    Again, God Bless all of you as Gage was indeed a Blessing to you for 24 years.

    Love, the Roundy Family

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