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His memory will live on and the joy he brought to others.I met Aaron during the last period of his life at our workplace.always just a phone call away and a bear hug when we all got together.There are really no words to sum up the loss of this remarkable man. Aaron has been like my funny big brother since we met 33 years ago!Our memories of you will always be present, your wonderful food you used to prepare for us, the jokes that made us laugh, the good times we spent together, and most of all we miss your kind spirited heart who was always willing to lend a hand. I remember you always having a big family gathering at your house with such joy and laughter.We loved how you always remembered to call us during our birthdays to wish us a happy birthday, that truly is a genuine friend. I will never forget how you went out of your way to help me plan my husband's 40th birthday, you were always there to help. We love you Aaron I am deeply saddened at the loss of Aaron and will smile each time I think of him.
There can be no greater celebration of his life than for all who knew him to aspire to walk in his footsteps, always mindful of the needs of others and always willing to lend a hand and a shoulder when called upon.We are blessed that we got to spend a little time with y'all in Atlanta last August.We will never forget Aaron and Bobby mimicking the Titanic scene when the song was played! Y'all will always and forever be in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Terry and Bobby Waldo Aaron was both my neighbor and close friend.Early in his career, he worked with Marriott Management Services as a Regional Marketing Manager for their food service programs in Healthcare, Educational, Business & Industrial Accounts.He continued to work in the food industry for S&S Food Administrators in Macon, Georgia soliciting and obtaining food and vending service management contracts for similar businesses and Correctional Facilities throughout the Southeast.