Bryce Gay

Obituary of Bryce Miller Gay


Bryce Miller Gay tragically passed away on February 23rd 2024. 


Bryce was born in Altamonte Springs, Florida on November 25th 1997 to mother Pascha Rain Woodall and father David Miller Gay, Jr. He is preceded in death by his Father. Bryce lived his life to the fullest and didn’t know a stranger. He spent most of his life in Colorado and Florida. Bryce could pick up any skill like it was second nature and loved to hangout with friends and family, go hunting at turkey track, stay up late, listen to music loud and have a good time. In 2020, Bryce was blessed with a son, Asher Luke Burby (5) and in 2021 he gained his beautiful daughter Amelia Layne Burby Gay (2) and his world revolved around them, and his beloved Piper who was always by his side.  He was the most amazing, loving, attentive father and his children are obsessed with their daddy.  Bryce had 2 sisters, Berkley Raina Gay and Autumn Ryan Campbell. Berkley and Tyler Hute have 2 children who loved their Uncle Bryce; Chance Owen Hute and McKay Miller Hute. He was Uncle Bryce to cousin Shelby Bubien’s daughter McKenzie as well. Bryce resided in Pensacola, FL near his Aunt Stephanie and Uncle JP, in the city where he and his dad spent most of their time. He spent his time riding motorcycles with friends, golfing, working on his bikes and cars, riding on the boat, learning new things, and enjoying each day like it was his last.


Bryce had a heart of gold and touched so many people. He was larger than life and will forever be missed.


A Celebration of Life will be held at Calvert’s in the Heights on March 16th, at 12:30 pm. 

670 Scenic Hwy, Pensacola, FL 32503

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