Robert Arnold Avery

March 22, 1938March 29, 2021

Robert A. Avery Sr.(Bob) passed away peacefully with his wife, Patricia by his side, March 29, 2021 at the age of 83. Bob is preceded in death by his mother, Irma and father William Avery and two brothers, Bill and Ray Avery and sister Darlene Sellers. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Patricia A Avery of La Feria, Texas, his children, Robert A Avery (Fran) of Ashburn, VA, Barry L. Avery (Ginger) of Lakeside, Montana, Ronald Avery (Kathleen) of Warrenton, VA., and eight grandchildren. Born in Millville, Pennsylvania on March 22, 1938, Bob grew up with five other siblings. After high school, he joined the Army and married Patricia June 8,1957. They moved to Virginia in 1961 and Bob worked as a Construction Superintendent for 36 years. Bob and Pat spent their retirement living in Spencer N.C. and La Feria, Texas. Their favorite memories were travelling though out the U.S. on their Honda bikes covering the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Glacier and Alaska. They visited every state in the contiguous U.S. including Alaska and Canada. Bob and Pat loved to go to NASCAR races, especially Daytona. Their love of traveling also included many trips in their RV. Bob loved to tinker in his garage, remodel anything and everything in the house and was a serious history buff, especially books on the Civil War. He was an honest, hard -working man who was full of life. A wonderful husband, father and grandfather, Bob will be dearly missed by all his family and friends.


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Kevin Avery

March 31, 2021

In memory of,
Robert Arnold Avery Sr.

My grandfather, (Pappy Avery) was a great and wonderful man. He was a great role model no doubt about it. He was a well-respected man and was a hard-working tough guy who never slacked off. He always had something to say. He was definitely a man who was good with words. Always had a quote, and a saying for everything and was definitely a wisecracker no doubt about it and I think that's where I get it from. He was a devoted family man, he was an old fashioned stick to ones guns type of man who was always honest and always stayed true to what he believed in.

Rest in peace, Pappy Avery. I loved you to death. And I'm going to miss you more than anything.

I will always remember you.

Yours truly
Your grandson,