Mr. Montrell Curtis Austin

April 01, 1980 - September 14, 2021

Mr. Montrell Curtis Austin

April 01, 1980 - September 14, 2021


Montrell Curtis Austin “Money,” died unexpectedly on September 14, 2021 in Tulsa, OK at the age of 41.

Montrell is survived by his parents, Norma McKnight and Arthur Carson; Fiance: Shelia Vanbuskirk; Brother: Taylor Green-Jones (Isaiah Green-Jones); Children: Chemar Montrell Austin, Julissia Montrice Murphy Austin, Zion and Jaiden. Aunt/Uncle: Idelma
Austin, Curtis Austin III (Darlene Austin), Dorenda Bailey (Don Bailey), Keisha Cole Carson, Glenn Carson and Phyllis Lincoln. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Curtis Austin Jr., Margaret Morris and Landis Arthur Carson.

Montrell was born on April 1, 1980, in Fort Worth, TX to Norma McKnight and Arthur Carson.  He graduated from O.D. Wyatt H.S. in 1999. He was engaged to Shelia Vanbuskirk who was his partner of 10 years.

Money was a very sociable person who was a friend to all and the most loyal person you would ever meet. He was funny, lighthearted and stood for what he believed in. Money loved his family and most of all his kids. He was a wonderful grandfather, “Poppa Trell” is what the grand kids called him. Money was the biggest Cowboys fan and never missed a game. It’s not a day that went by that he didn’t wear the colors blue, white or gold. He was a protector, a son, a brother, a friend, a cousin and someone who will truly be missed.


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2 responses to Mr. Montrell Curtis Austin

  1. Chelsea says:

    Chris and I loved going to visit with you and Shelia and talking for hours without getting bored. We will miss you so much. We will always remember you and think about you whenever we see them boys playing. Love you, Trell. You were a great friend.

  2. Money i grew up with you and your family in pepper tree in fort worth. Yall were like a family to us and no matter the color of our skins you will always be my big cuz. I love you snd miss you

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