1983 - 2021
Aaron was a sweet soul thru good times and bad… He was always caring and kind. He loved his family and friends dearly, especially his mother, Karen. I can see him up in Heaven with Brad, Michael, JoAnn, and Ursula, he’s fishing and Brad and Michael are mentoring /teasing him! Until we meet again! We love you, Aaron David! Rest In Peace!
Ah. Aaron was such a remarkable person. I feel so lucky that he was a part of our family. I am sending healing prayers and lots of hugs to Karen, Kevin, and Jess. I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you all. I am wishing you comfort and peace during this difficult time. Love you. Xoxo.
How does one properly say goodbye? I reflect back on the many memories I have of Aaron and my heart gets heavy. No one specific memory could possibly do him justice. He was so many things wrapped up into one. He wasn't just my little cousin, he was my friend, and I will miss him dearly. May he find the peace in death that he so desperately sought after in life. May heavens Light shine on him always. Until we meet again little man...xo
Aaron taught me how to ride a 4 wheeler. I made it once around the entire field, when he realized he needed to teach me how to shift out of 1st gear. I will also, always marvel in my mind at the ingenuity of his potato gun. Launching potatoes across my aunt Karen's yard is a fond memory of mine. And of course, the legend of Aaron on the jet ski. Drag skiing up and down lake Schafer. I may have Aaron to thank for discovering my adrenaline rush, and a need for speed!! Thanks Aaron!! Cheers to you!!
Aaron thank you for your love and friendship to your old aunt. All our science debates and your good cooking will be sorely missed. I love you and may His perpetual light shine upon you❤️
My heartfelt condolences to my sister Karen. Aaron will always be in our hearts and we will miss him dearly. I remember watching him fish up at the lake. And he loved to good chicken on the grill. He was a good cook! Those were “The Good Times”.
David, my old fishing & wave runner buddy. You will be sorely missed. My heart breaks for my sister Karen & her family. It’s time to lean on your faith to get through these times. All my love!
I wish I had more time with my uncle Aaron. I’m really sad for the pain my Grandma and Mom are going through. I know he is up in Heaven fishing and spicing up some Ramen noodles.
My condolences go out to David's mom and sister...He loved you both soo much..David and I grew up going to school together, he was one of my really good buddies. I hope David has finally found peace...I will cherish our memories forever..
My deepest sympathy to you Karen ,Kevin and your family. Sending prayers to you all.
Our heartfelt condolences for the loss of your son Karen. We hope you feel surrounded by love and strength. We will be praying for you and your family.
Aaron and I used to have talks. Nothing too important but it was nice to share. He was always good to me. He made me feel welcome.
I can still see him standing in his playpen in grandma’s middle room on Oxford Street! I am sure my mom and grandma were waiting to welcome him into heaven! Until we meet again…❤️
David was my brother growing up. His family was my family. We spent every day together building the best and the worst things together. He was the an inspiration to life. I will forever hold him close to my heart. I will always remember the good times we had together. I will always love you David. May you Rest In Peace
Going to the lake as kids will forever be my fondest memories of the time we spent together. Shooting bottle rockets across the cove. All our time at the sandbar. Hanging out with all our friends. We were always up to no good and it was awesome!
Until we meet again…. ♥️
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