Torie DeMarcus Bouyer was born to Herman Walker and Annie Bouyer on April 26, 1979 at their home in Bessemer, Alabama and he was later transported to University Hospital Birmingham, Alabama.
He attended Bessemer and Midfield City schools and participated in extra-curricular activities such as basketball and baseball. His joy and competitive attitude for sports carried into adulthood where he was a part of many co-ed softball organizations with his most recent team being Mandingo Nation.
Torie’s dedication, hard work, and recent want for a lifestyle change earned him a permanent position at Refactory Morgan Road. His personality and sense of humor made it impossible not to laugh when he was present. Because of his belief and knowledge of his risen Savior he confessed at an early age under the leadership of Dr. Curtis Lee and became a member of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church Mobile Junction. During his childhood he was a part of the youth choir, usher board, and all other organizations that required youth participation.
He was met with his wings by his brother Orlandras Bouyer, grandparents Ethel B. Walker, Robert and Bertha Banks, and Albert and Marie Hardy.
He leaves his life devotions and memories to; his daughter Kyla Jones; two special boys that was dear to his heart, Jerimiah Ash, and Torrey Bouyer; mother and father Annie L. Bouyer and Herman Walker; two sisters Latasha (Nichorlius) Thomas and Jennifer (Keldrick) Pritchett; one nephew son Javien Banks, and two nieces Jada Thomas and India Beverly; 8 aunts; Denise Banks, Patricia Roller, Elaine Long, Denita Long, Melody Wren, Lynette Hardy, Linda (Joe) Ely, and Beulah Mitchell. 4 uncles Michael Bouyer, Anthony Walker, Darius Hardy and Albert Hardy. 3 brotherly cousins Carlton Adams, Willie J. Adams Jr, and Antonio (Timtonya) Long. 5 great aunts, 3 great uncles and a host of other family members and friends.
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