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Ava A'Mora Hamilton, a charming bundle of joy, left a lasting impression on everyone she encountered. Born on June 27, 2023, in Dothan, Alabama, our little superstar decided to take an early curtain call and departed on August 27th, 2023. She entered the stage of life with a grand entrance, stealing the spotlight from her parents, Tyshayla Thomas and Walter James Hamilton Jr.
Ava was born into a family that could rival the cast of a sitcom. Each member, with their unique quirks and comedic timing, added flavor to Ava's short, but memorable life. The grandparents, Walter James Hamilton Sr., Darrell Lee Mathis, Dianna Thomas, and Brenda Thomas, were her biggest fans, always ready with a punchline to make her giggle. Her siblings, Braylen Freeman, Braylen Heard, Josiah Thomas, Triniti Thomas, Serreniti Heard, Brooklyen Heard, and Journey Cullins, were a riotous ensemble, each contributing to the laughter and joy that filled Ava's world.
Adding to the comedy troupe were Ava's Godparents, Stacey Thomas and Willie Jackson. They were like her personal jesters, always armed with funny faces and silly voices to keep Ava entertained.
Even though Ava’s time in the spotlight was brief, she brought joy and laughter to everyone around her. She was the punchline to every joke, the laughter in every room, and the joy in every heart. Her infectious smile and twinkling eyes were her signature style, captivating the hearts of everyone she met.
In true comedic style, Ava exited the stage just as she entered, leaving us all with a smile on our faces and laughter in our hearts. Her memory will forever be etched in our hearts as the little girl who taught us that even in the shortest of lives, there can be an abundance of love and laughter.