He was born on January 8, 1943, in Little Falls,
He was united in marriage to his wife Sharyl, on November 9, 1963, at the
A full - time husband, father and grandfather, Mr. Mayton was of the Lutheran faith. He was an active hunter and fisherman and had great knowledge of and a love of tractors. He was a machine operator at Remington Arms, having worked with the company for 30 plus years.
He is survived by his beloved children, Bernie P. Mayton and his wife, Theresa, of Florida, Paul Mayton, Jr., of Mohawk, Paula L. Monk and her husband, Donald, of Mohawk, Robert A. Mayton and his wife, Heidi, of Cobleskill, and David B. Mayton and his wife, Emily, of Ft. Plain; his grandchildren, John, Ian, Michael, Savannah, Kailey, Cody, Dakota, Dustin, Robert, Jr., Todd, Joshua, Alex, Joshua and Jacob; great – grandchildren, Sam, Henry and Jackson; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He leaves his siblings as well, Anna Tucker and husband, Norm, of Virginia, Yule and husband, Richard, John Mayton and wife, JoAnn, Evelyn Archer and husband, Lewis, Daniel Mayton and wife, Sharon, Margaret Gerhartz and husband, David, Dorothy Robellard and husband, Ronald, Martin Mayton and wife, Joy, Steven Mayton and wife, Laurie, and Thomas Mayton and wife, Janice; and a sister – in – law, Karen Stokes and her husband, Salvatore.
Calling hours at The Enea Family Funeral Home,
We would like to offer our sincerest thanks to all those who have offered their sincerest care and concern to Paula and the family during this difficult time. All arrangements have been coordinated with Funeral Directors Harry J. & Kevin E. Enea and Martin L. Ciaccia (315) 823-2424.