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David Alan Ayers

Norwalk, Ohio

1942 - 2019

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David Alan Ayers, age 77, of Ashtabula, and beloved father, brother and friend passed away Wednesday, December 25, 2019 at his daughter’s residence in Norwalk, OH. He was born in Akron, OH on November 25, 1942 to Carl Grove Ayers and Thelma Mae (Judd) Ayers. David received a Bachelor’s degree...

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A funeral mass will be held for David on Friday, January 10th at 10:00am at Immaculate Conception Church in Madison, OH.

Matt~ Prayers go out to you and your family. You Dad always had a kind word and smile when our paths would cross. May Our Lords peace and comfort come to you in the days ahead and may His Love surround you always

Uncle Dave and I share a love for music. I was lucky enough to spend time with him for 6 months in Ohio from 2009 to 2010 when I was doing an internship for my undergraduate degree. I remember that he would always ask how my day was and what new music I was singing and playing. I remember spending time with him in my free time and singing with his church choir. I was able to celebrate my 25th birthday during that time while was up there and he made it a special day. He told me what an...

I was in choir from seventh grade until graduating in 1972. Dave was more than a teacher he was a great friend. I will always remember going to his home on Green road in the evenings and working on his first music store until it was dark. I was lucky to see him in 2017 at our 45th class reunion. I have and will always remember him with the fondest of memories. Rest in peace Dave.

This is so sad to hear Dave was a stand up man who did so much for so many. Prayers to his family and God speed Dave.

With my deepest sympathy.

The last time I saw Uncle Dave was at my brother's wedding back in 2009. I went with my dad (John Estrella) to pick him up from the airport and since I hadn't seen him in awhile, I didn't recognize him as he walked right past me. I remember mentioning to my dad that I saw a man who looked very similar to Uncle Dave in a Fender jacket (I think, it was something to do with music) and wasn't that funny. My dad started running after "the guy who looked like Uncle Dave" and what do you...

Mr. Ayers was 1 of my favorite teachers. May he rest in peace. My heart goes out to all his family

Mr. David Ayers was not only my High School choir Director, he was a mentor, friend and inspiration. His exemplified values that are held dear to my heart. He practiced Inclusion of all people and taught us life lessons that helped shaped my attitude and approach to life's most difficult challenges. I am so grateful for the opportunity to have a dance with you in 2016 at our 40th Class Reunion. Always in my Heart....To Sir With Love.