Ridout's Trussville Chapel

1500 Gadsden Hwy, Birmingham, AL


Autumn P. Dyer

October 24, 1977June 8, 2019

Autumn Patricia Yates Dyer was born October 24, 1977 and was granted her angel wings on June 8,2019.

Autumn attended Gardendale High School and graduated in 1997. She spent her childhood wheelchair racing with Lakeshore and entering pageants, and other activities as other children would.

Autumns life would seem to short to many but those who were touched by Autumn understood that the the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives.

Despite the fact she was so tiny and in wheelchair, It never held her back from living life to the fullest. Continuing to be so independent daily. She gave us all such courage and reminded us of the preciousness of life. She loved to spend time with family and friends. She loved boating, tubing and fishing with her nieces and fur baby Gabby and fur niece Sallie. She enjoyed vacationing with family. She loved attending her nieces school functions and extra curricular activities.

Autumn Patricia Yates Dyer is preceded in death by her Father: Rodney Eugene Yates and Grandmother: Maxine Yates. She is survived by her loving Fiancé: Steve Lovelady, Mother: Debra Yates, Maternal grandparents: Ed and Jane Terry, Sister: Amber Brasher (Boyce) and Nieces: Brittian and Alexis Schmid, Cherish Jones , Uncle: Ed Terry(Kay), Cousins: Shannon Chamley(Jake), Johnathon Terry. Fur Baby: Gabby, Fur Niece: Sallie.


  • Visitation Thursday, June 13, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, June 14, 2019


Autumn P. Dyer

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Wanda Webb

June 12, 2019

Autumn was my sweet friend and I loved her very much. She was tenacious, smart, strong willed and a fighter and she loved life. Even with the hard trials she faced, she fought through them and showed her strength. She dearly loved her family and my family and my children and grandchildren and we will always love her. She will always live in my heart and mind and Praise God she is walking and healed! See you in heaven my sweet friend, I love you forever, Wanda Webb