Tina Sinatra remembered that Ava ‘was wonderful’ to the girls, and left them play with her jewelry and makeup in her bedroom.
She described Ava as 'impossibly beautiful’ as well as 'kind and generous’.
'What I remember most, and what I think of first, is her sleekness and
her cleanliness and her scent. Her casual air, with every hair in place,
'She was very calm and calming…tender and sweet, and had a bit of a tomboy air to her.’