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Richard R Ayres

April 11, 1935September 14, 2020

Richard R Ayres, age 85, of Bradenton, Florida passed away on Monday, September 14, 2020. He was born April 11, 1935, in Sand Run, Ohio, to the late Eloise Ayres and the late Howard Ayres. Richard graduated Kirtland, Ohio High School, class of 1953. Richard has always been a classic car enthusiast. Whenever time allowed, he enjoyed antique auto shows and attending parades. Richard even owned a 1930 Model "A" Shay. He is a member and an avid volunteer at the Manasota Elks Lodge 2734 and the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 18. in Bradenton, FL. Mr. Ayres is survived by his loving wife, Faye E Ayres, and children, Robert Ayres (Kim), Jon Stevenson, Ursula Sage (Jeffrey), Betty Joe Baird, Dawn Lapuh (Rob), and Cara Haraschak (John); and two brothers, James Ayers and David Ayres. He also leaves behind 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren to forever cherish his memory. Contributions in Richard's memory may be made to the American Heart Association. Gatherings will be scheduled in the near feature at the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 18, in Bradenton, FL, and at Western Reserve Cemetery in Kirtland, OH. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ManasotaMemorial.com for the Ayres family.

  • FAMILY

  • Faye E Ayres, Spouse
  • Betty Joe Baird, Daughter
  • Dawn Lapuh (Rob), Daughter
  • Robert Ayres (Kim), Son
  • Cara Haraschak (John), Daughter
  • Jon Stevenson, Son
  • Ursula Sage (Jeffrey), Daughter
  • James Ayers, Brother
  • David Ayres, Brother
  • Howard Ayres, Father (deceased)
  • Eloise Ayres, Mother (deceased)
  • Mr. Ayres also leaves behind 13 grandchildren andsix great-grandchildren to forever cherish his memory.

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Gabrielle Laurel Ayres

September 22, 2020

I have cherished memories from my Kirtland childhood of my eldest cousin, Richard. And was so glad to have lunch with Richard, Faye and other cousins 3 years ago in Ohio. It was a sweet memory.

Dear family of Richard, please accept my deepest consolations for your loss of Richard. May you find heartfelt comfort in the good memories and peace. G Laurel Ayres

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