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Hunter Mayville Memorial
Hunter Mayville Memorial

Hunter Mayville

Hunter Mayville

Tuesday, July 18th, 2023

Hunter Henry Sherman Mayville age 15, peacefully passed away at home on Tuesday July 18, 2023, at 7:11pm surrounded by his Dad, Mark Mayville and his Mom, Felicia Mayville, as well as a couple of his grandparents, and close family members.  Hunter was incredibly involved in sports throughout his life, he was a great baseball player.  He loved the outdoors such as fishing, camping, and riding his quad with his friends and family.  Hunter had the sweetest heart ever and could turn anyone’s mood from crappy to happy fast.  Hunter made a significant impact on so many lives, he was such great young man.  Hunter fought a long and hard battle of bone cancer since June 1, 2022; he had surgery September 1, 2022, as well as many rounds of chemotherapy and radiation.  Hunter never gave up, never complained, and always had such a good attitude in life no matter what happened. Hunter is our warrior and fighter.

We, Hunter’s family wish to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to all the area businesses, community, and individuals for all their thoughts, prayers, support, and love throughout this whole journey of Hunter battling cancer.  Hunter will be missed by many.  He will forever be loved and in our hearts.

The family suggests no flowers and the memorial contributions can be made to the account fund set up in Hunters name at any Banner Bank.

A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, August 19, 2023, doors will open at Noon and services will begin at 1pm, at The Cowboy Church, 18244 Sam Bell Road, Bow, WA with Pastor Roy Swihart.

Please share your memories of Hunter and sign the online guest register.


  • Miranda Elliott/Mayville

    My sweet, loving, caring and funny nephew. Auntie loves you to pieces and I sure miss you so very much. I know your looking down on all of us with a great big smile. You truly are the bravest strongest boy I know. You will forever be in my heart and in my memories and you are forever loved. Your our hero and I know your watching over all of us until we see you again. love you to pieces bud
    xoxo love, auntie

  • Donovan Malone

    I first met Hunter early last year when we ended up having a couple of classes together. I had just moved in the middle of the school year and Hunter was one of the first people to welcome me. Hunter radiated positivity whenever I was around him and was truly a great person to be around. So grateful for the time I was able to spend with him. Still to this day launching fireworks with him at my house was one of my best memories ever. Words can’t describe how much I will miss you man. Nothing but love to Hunter and his family.

  • Kim DeVaney-Carson

    Hunter you will truly be missed by many, I remember the 1st day you rode the bus to kindergarten, you were so excited. You would sit by me as I drove you home and you would always be looking out the window watching for your Mama. Everytime I pulled up you would both have big smiles on your faces, so happy after a long day. You stayed that ray of sunshine as I watched you grow up and play sports. Always kind, always knew how to cheer someone up or help them through the rough patches. In 20 years in education I have learned that these peeps with the big hearts are the special peeps. Hunter you are just that, special in all of our hearts. I know your family is hurting and I pray in whispers to their souls for comfort and a time to understand you are soaring in the stars, shine with the sun and rolling with the waves and hugging with the wind. Love you, Hunter, Felicia,and Mark. Peace be Still in your hearts. Rest in honor.

  • Maddie Benitz

    I always enjoyed taking care of Hunter in the hospital, even when he wasn’t feeling well he was always so kind, polite and engaging. I enjoyed talking baseball with him. So sorry for your loss.

  • Sammy Brown

    Hunter, I will never forget that day I went bowling with you and got fro yo. I wish we stayed close you were always so nice to me and I am glad I will always have that day to remember you by.

  • Alice Sitton

    Mark, Felicia,Janet and family so sorry for you loss he was so you and a fighter. My love and prayers are with all of you in you grief.

  • Lisa Kirk

    Mark, Felicia, Janet and all the family.

    Sorry to hear about Hunter. You are in our prayers. Love you all.

    Lisa Kirk (Ethel’s daughter)

  • Kimberly Guptil

    grandma loves you and misses you . you were such a fighter and such a awesome baseball player. I’m so glad you were able to be apart of Tyler’s graduation. you could always cheer people up and make them smile love you so much hunter. until we meet again

  • James Moore

    Hunter I had the pleasure of meeting for first time last year and you were so full of life, god gain special angel in you buddy.

  • CR Spragg

    I am so sorry for your loss Mark and Felicia. I am good friends with David and Vanessa, and I was totally looking foward to meeting Hunter and taking him fishing out here on Whidbey Island as David and I had talked about. He seemed like such a great kid, which shows he had great parents! I don’t know what else to say, other than he is with God, out of pain, and waiting to see all of you guys again. It is never goodbye, but see you later….which you will see him again. I send my love to you both, and hope to get to meet you both one of these days. Even though he is gone, stay “Hunter strong!” That is what he would want.

  • Ava Ford

    Hunter, I miss you so much. When I heard the news I collapsed to the ground. I remember when we were in kindergarten, we were in the same class. Our very first ever seating chart we were sat next to each other. I was bawling my eyes out crying because I didn’t want my mom and grandma to leave. Even though I was sad you smiled at me and it made my sadness go away. You’d stand next to me in line, play with me at recess. during elementary school we were in all the same classes except for first grade and sixth grade and through those years we made so many memories together.I hold onto and cherish those memories because the kindness you showed me made me want to be a good person. Hunter you’ll never know how much you’ll be missed I’m praying over you and your family. I love you.
    xoxo – Ava

  • Emily Mumford Mumford

    he was such a great friend he was awesome a great partner for anything he was always positive and never put no one down. his parents are amazing and will always remember him for how great or a son he was me made a impact on my life and so many others.

  • June. Lanata

    They say angels walk amongst us without most people even knowing it .
    Hearing your story, and seeing the love and support that surrounded you each moment and all the lives you touched, one can not help but smile, knowing angels are real and everywhere.❤️
    You were such a gift to all, even if temporarily and showed so many that love can grow even through tears.
    May our lord now take your hand, leading you home, leaving only the footprints you left in all our hearts.

  • Spencer Jones

    I love you so much Hunter. You were to good for this world and I will always be thankful for the time we had together. Caleb and Landen will never forget all the good times we all had together and I am so grateful to be your uncle and I know you will watch over all of us and I can’t wait to see you again.

  • Brenda Gillock

    Hunter, I met your momma first at cascade middle school. From there on I met you. I remember making you cupcakes and meals to help your family. How you touched my heart and soul will never leave me. You are the bravest young man I ever met. You fought a long hard battle. You are now pain free. Thank you for letting me be your adopted grandma Brenda. RIP Hunter…gone but never will be forgotten…🌹🙏⚾️🏀🏈