Ava Schmidt Obituary, Death – Ava Rae Schmidt, age 14, from Suamico, Wisconsin, went away suddenly on December 21, 2022, following a brief infection-related illness chain. She is the daughter of Michael and Katerina (Sivas) Schmidt. Her birthday is February 16th, and she was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Ava was a diligent student who maintained a perfect grade point average at Bay Port High School, where she was also active in the DECA organization. She had a strong love for dancing, and the dance community that she found at Forever Dance Studio was an important component of her life. Ava will be remembered for having a large heart for all time, and this trait was on full exhibit when she was babysitting and taking care of other people’s dogs and children. As a result, she will always be famous. Her favorite activities were painting, shopping, and hanging out with her loved ones, particularly her grandparents, cousins, and sister.
She also enjoyed spending time with her sister. Ava was an amazing older sister in every way. Ava is survived by her parents, Michael and Katerina, of Suamico; one loving sister, Gabby; grandparents, William and Lori Schmidt, of Appleton; Mary Lorbetske; William (Marlene) Kotarski, both of Green Bay; aunts and uncles, Greg (Jenelle) Rademacher, Joe (Kristin) Guell, Nicholas Sivas (friend, Emilie), Jake (Kristin) Guell, Jake (Kerry) Reis, Bob. Her great-grandfather Savas Sivas and her grandfather Savas Sivas both passed away before she was born.
Visitation On Wednesday, December 28, 2022, from 10 a.m. until the time of the funeral, the wake will be held at St. John the Baptist Parish, located at 2597 Glendale Ave. At one o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a Mass of Christian Burial said at the church, with Father James Lucas officiating. Interment will take place at the Ft. Howard Cemetery. The family can reach the Malcore (West) Funeral Home at (499) 499-4100 for assistance. During this trying time, the family would like to express their gratitude to everyone who aided them, particularly the professionals at the Emergency Room of St. Mary’s Hospital, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit of St. Vincent Hospital, and the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. A memorial fund has been established at the funeral home in place of other indications of condolence and support for the family.