Hammonds, Amya Avonda

Monday, November 11, 2019
Amya Avonda Hammonds
Amya Avonda Hammonds

Amya Avonda Hammonds, 15, of Chattanooga, passed away on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, in a Nashville hospital.  

She attended Brainerd High School.  

Amya was preceded in death by her grandmother, Avonda Robinson; great-grandmothers, Debra Robinson and Lorraine Parmes.  

Survivors include her father, Jovani Robinson, Sr.; mother, April Hammonds; grandparents, Patricia and Bruce Patton and Linda and Alfred Smith, Jr.; brothers, June Hammonds, Jarode Hammonds, DeNylee Hammonds, Jovani Robinson, Jr., and King Robinson; sisters, Kamillya Hammonds, Kyla Hammonds, Elissa Hammonds, Mariah Hammonds, Zorie Hammonds, Cheriyah Robinson, Labella Robinson, and Promise Robinson; uncles, Darrell Parmes, Christopher Brooks, David Robinson, James McClennon, Anthony Brown, and Alfred Smith III; aunts, Laticia Woods, Ashley Hammonds, Jacqueline Robinson, Ashley Robinson, Shawanna Hammonds, ShaDara Bonds, and Kiara Robinson, all of Chattanooga; great uncles, Grady Parmes, Jr. and Grady McCain; a host of cousins; other relatives and friends.  

Amya will lie in state on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 9 a.m. at Taylor Funeral Home.  

Funeral services will follow at 1 p.m. in the chapel with Pastor Lebron Hawkins as the eulogist.


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