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Apr, 2015

Avrey Rose passing on Thursday, April 2, 2015...

".....Now playing centerfield for the Heavenly  Angels,... number 00,... Avrey Rose."
 
Avrey Joseph  "Ace" Rose, 18,  passed away on Thursday, April 2, 2015.  Avrey was a senior  at Noblesville High School and was a member of their varsity baseball team. 
 
The Rose family is a baseball family  only second to fans of Jesus.
 
Avrey has been a lifelong baseball fan, and he was a huge Cincinnati Reds Fan.  He played at Noblesville Youth Baseball for seven years, where he was a Stutesman Award winner as a sixth grader. This award is given to the athlete with the best sportsmanship and attitude.
 
His love of baseball and natural talent for the game led him to play travel baseball for the Noblesville Fire, as well as playing school ball for Noblesville Middle School and Noblesville High School.  He also has played five years of baseball in the Noblesville Babe Ruth program.
 
In lieu of flowers,  the family has requested a memorial contrubition to be made to Noblesville Baseball via this GoFundMe page.  100% of all donations will be used for park improvements which will be used to permanantly recognize and honor Avrey Rose.  
 
He is survived by his parents, Jeffrey and Paige (Portish) Rose; three sisters, Taylor Rose, Reagan Rose and McKinley Rose; and a brother, Harrison (Hank) Rose.
The family appreciates any donations made on Avrey's behalf.
".....Now playing centerfield for the Heavenly  Angels,... number 00,... Avrey Rose."
 
Avrey Joseph  "Ace" Rose, 18,  passed away on Thursday, April 2, 2015.  Avrey was a senior  at Noblesville High School and was a member of their varsity baseball team. 
 
The Rose family is a baseball family  only second to fans of Jesus.
 
Avrey has been a lifelong baseball fan, and he was a huge Cincinnati Reds Fan.  He played at Noblesville Youth Baseball for seven years, where he was a Stutesman Award winner as a sixth grader. This award is given to the athlete with the best sportsmanship and attitude.
 
His love of baseball and natural talent for the game led him to play travel baseball for the Noblesville Fire, as well as playing school ball for Noblesville Middle School and Noblesville High School.  He also has played five years of baseball in the Noblesville Babe Ruth program.
 
In lieu of flowers,  the family has requested a memorial contrubition to be made to Noblesville Baseball via this GoFundMe page.  100% of all donations will be used for park improvements which will be used to permanantly recognize and honor Avrey Rose.  
 
He is survived by his parents, Jeffrey and Paige (Portish) Rose; three sisters, Taylor Rose, Reagan Rose and McKinley Rose; and a brother, Harrison (Hank) Rose.
The family appreciates any donations made on Avrey's behalf.
".....Now playing centerfield for the Heavenly  Angels,... number 00,... Avrey Rose."

Avrey Joseph  "Ace" Rose, 18,  passed away on Thursday, April 2, 2015.  Avrey was a senior  at Noblesville High School and was a member of their varsity baseball team. 

The Rose family is a baseball family only second to fans of Jesus.

Avrey has been a lifelong baseball fan, and he was a huge Cincinnati Reds Fan.  He played at Noblesville Youth Baseball for seven years, where he was a Stutesman Award winner as a sixth grader. This award is given to the athlete with the best sportsmanship and attitude.

His love of baseball and natural talent for the game led him to play travel baseball for the Noblesville Fire, as well as playing school ball for Noblesville Middle School and Noblesville High School.  He also has played five years of baseball in the Noblesville Babe Ruth program.

In lieu of flowers,  the family has requested a memorial contrubition to be made to Noblesville Baseball via this GoFundMe page.  100% of all donations will be used for park improvements which will be used to permanantly recognize and honor Avrey Rose.  

He is survived by his parents, Jeffrey and Paige (Portish) Rose; three sisters, Taylor Rose, Reagan Rose and McKinley Rose; and a brother, Harrison (Hank) Rose.
The family appreciates any donations made on Avrey's behalf.
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