In Memory

Ava Elizabeth Averitte - Class Of 1965

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04/15/09 10:21 PM #1    

Priscilla Mitts (Dietterich) (1971)

Ava was a beautiful person inside and out. She has two good looking boys that are just great. Brain and Matt, they have grown up to be fine young men that any mother would be proud of. We all miss her very much. My daughter has her bed from when she was a little girl and it means to world to us.
Priscilla Mitts Dietterich

05/26/09 12:05 AM #2    

Charla Averitte (Lofton) (1968)

Ava was a fabulous sister and my best friend. I miss her every day, cry, and then laugh about the good times. Hopefully one day we will be reunited. I love you Ava.

09/05/09 08:00 AM #3    

Jeff Pogue (1968)

Jim, if you will notice, these pages are for those from the classes of 1964-1975.

08/22/12 02:37 PM #4    

Richard Pickert (1964)

I think of you often and the many enjoyable times we spent in Stuart Heights; playing golf,  tennis , boating  and water skiing together . We went to Senior Prom and my Graduation together. After you graduated and went away to college, we lost touch. Years later I learned of your marriage and then at the last reunion I attended, I learned of your untimely death. How is it possible that such a vital and healthy person can be victim.

I recently read that your father passed last year. I remember  how active he was and enjoyed his intelligent fatherly "inquisitions" when I was there. I recalll your sweet mom and younger sister. I visit Chattanooga at least 1-2 times/ year and recall your smiling face and great sense of humor and pleasant attitude as if it were  just yesterday..... 

Know that you are missed!



03/02/16 12:11 AM #5    

David Taylor Howard (1965)

Bless her heart.  I loved Ava.  She was the epitomy of the class of 65!!  Wonderful classmate.  Missya!!  God Bless!!


03/02/16 06:56 PM #6    

Susan Lynn Welch (Senn) (1965)

Gee - Ava - such a great friend. I remember your 16th birthday party. A crazy, fun time with Rick Johnston, Mary Ruth Leber, and others.The pool, with all of you - Dianne, et al. Ava, along with Deidre and Julie - all are very sadly missed.


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