Ayers remembered for his love for music and family

Published: Friday, June 20, 2014 at 01:40 PM.

Panama City radio station WPAP 92.5, will also host a fundraiser Monday at Cahall’s Deli, located at 416 W. 23rd St. in Panama City.

Another event honoring Ayers’ love of music is set for Tuesday, July 8, at G. Foley’s, located at 3212 W. 23rd St. The fundraiser will last from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Musicians willing to donate their talent for the evening are asked to contact the business. The business also is accepting baby items and gift card donations for Jessica Ayers and baby Jax Ayers.

Justin and Jessica's music can also be downloaded from iTunes. Local favorites by The Ayers are "Unusual Love" and "Make Believe." Both are written and performed by the couple.

Meanwhile, Tiffany Ayers says the love and generosity shown by the public hasn't gone unnoticed by the family.

"We truly appreciate the community coming together for us," says Tiffany. "We are very thankful, not only for all the donations to help Jessica and Jax, but also for the prayers, visits, and consideration. We are so blessed to be surrounded by such good people."

Ayers' mother, Vicki McMichael, lives in Panama City. He also has two other younger sisters, Ashley Ayers of Chipley and Wendi Lewis of Grand Ridge, whose sons, Hayden Ayers and Bryson Lewis, respectively, were their Uncle Justin's "little buddies."

For complete obituary, see the Wednesday, June 25, edition of the Washington County News.

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