Cuauhtemoc “Red” Isaac Ayala age 45, of Ringgold, Georgia passed away Tuesday – May 12, 2020. He was born in Chicago, IL, grew up in West Virginia and was a resident of Ringgold, Georgia for the past fifteen years. He was a former resident of Savannah, Georgia and Colorado. He served his country in the U.S. Army from 1993 to 2003, where he was nicknamed “Red”. He was a veteran of the Gulf War. He was a current supervisor for Norfolk Southern Railroad where he was a diesel machinist. He served as local vice president of the Railroad Union. He was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church in Rossville, Georgia and played on the softball team. During his high school years, he enjoyed wrestling and playing football and was often called “Temo” in his childhood. Red also enjoyed rodeos and was a former bull rider. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and was an avid fan of the Georgia Bulldawgs and Chicago Bears. He loved his family and enjoyed spending as much time as he could with his wife and daughters. Red also enjoyed driving “Roxie The Ram” and loved his dogs and cats. He is preceded in death by his father: Austroberto Ayala. He is survived by his beloved wife: Stacie Ellis Ayala, daughters: Victoria Denise “Neecy” Ayala and Destiny Marie Ayala all of Ringgold, GA, mother: Wilma Crites Ayala of West Virginia, sisters: Tammy Ayala of North Carolina, Corina Ayala of Nashville, TN, brother: Randolph Ayala of West Virginia, nieces: Jessica Hall and Kiarha Hall both of Atlanta, GA, nephews: Jacob Hall of West Virginia, Justin Ellis and Joshuwa Ellis both of Chickamauga, GA. The family will have a private visitation and funeral service on Saturday – May 16, 2020. Arrangements by W.L. Wilson & Sons Funeral Homes Fort Oglethorpe, GA.