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Stephen Richard Avery Sr.

Corpus Christi, Texas

Jul 20, 1926 – Jan 9, 2010

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Stephen Richard Avery went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 9, 2011. He was born on July 20, 1926, to Samuel and Evelyn Avery, in Orlando, FL. and moved to Corpus Christi in 1934. He accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior and was baptized at age thirteen. As a young teenager,...

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Steve will dearly be missed by me personally and my family. He was an inspiration from knowing him when I was a little girl. The few times I spent with him will remain in my memories. Yes, it's true, he always had lots of lovely stories....May his soul Rest In Peace. God Bless You Margie, with lots of Love, Hugs and Kisses....xxx

We miss Steve...I met Steve in 1986 when I was studying in Dallas TX, him and his wife became close family friends. He travelled to Africa for missions, and he blessed our nation of Zimbabwe by finacial support and ministry for years. We will surely miss Steve though we know that he is a better place...Patrick and Gladys Mpande.. Indianapolis Indiana.

Margie I was so saddened to read of your lost. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
God bless you Margie,
Linda Holloway, Corpus Christi, Texas

Stephen Avery - Mr. Avery was a wonderful man and minister. He married Gary and I in 1993, it was a beautiful ceremony. I was acquainted with the Avery Family in the mid 70's, I remember his smile and his kind words of blessings. I will truly miss him. He represented God in All he did, and I know he is in God's welcoming arms today. I pray that Mrs. Avery and his children will find the Peace of God in knowing he is in Heaven.
Sincerely,

Stephen Avery - Mr. Avery was a wonderful man and minister. He married Gary and I in 1993, it was a beautiful ceremony. I was acquainted with the Avery Family in the mid 70's, I remember his smile and his kind words of blessings. I will truly miss him. He represented God in All he did, and I know he is in God's welcoming arms today. I pray that Mrs. Avery and his children will find the Peace of God in knowing he is in Heaven.
Sincerely,
Gloria Gesner

STEPHEN AVERY ...
Jim ... I don't specifically remember Stephen, but I'll bet he was a friend of Tracy Hopper and was a member of troop 10, nemesis of all good Troop 2 Scouts....koff koff ..Vaya con Dios, old friend, as obviously you did.

... I just scanned the '44 yearbook and I do remember Stephen well; I just didn't remember his name. My wife has bought so much jewlery from James Avery, Stephen was overshadowed.

... I had so many memories spring up from this...