- 28 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 12, 1985
- Date of passing: Sep 14, 2014
|"The value of a man's life is measured by the number of people whose lives he has affected positively"|
We lost an amazing person to a courageous battle with colon cancer on Sunday, September 14, 2014. Throughout the course of his treatment, one thing was for sure: Aaron always remained the level-headed, witty, and positive guy that he has always been and we have come to adore.
Aaron was only 28-years-old, but when see the list of his accomplishments, places he had traveled, and people he had met, it becomes clear that he lived life to the fullest and with no regrets. If there was an opportunity to create lasting memories in good company - you'd find Aaron there.
Aaron requested to have an unique celebration in his honor. There are still many details to finalize, but the Maier family wanted to make sure people were aware of the plans and timing of the events to be held on Saturday October 18th, 2014. At 11:00am, a religious service will take place at Old St. Mary's Church in Milwaukee presided by the Reverend Timothy L. Kitzke. For more information about Old St. Mary's, please see http://www.oldsaintmary.org. Later that day, there will a party to celebrate Aaron’s life at approximately 5:00 pm held at the Marriott in downtown Milwaukee. More details will be shared about this event as they are finalized. Both events are open to the public.
Any updates to the times and locations will be shared via this page and the Facebook event. Please feel free to share this with others. The Maier family only asks that you RSVP (if you are not connected on the Facebook event) to help get a headcount for the celebration party. At this time, please hold off on any donations or charitable contributions to Aaron and/or the Maier family as the Memorial Funds are still being finalized. More specific information on donations will be forthcoming as well.
As Aaron would expect, this event is for friends and family from all over to reunite for a great time of laughter, music, drinks and good old fun! The Maier family also hopes this is a time for friends and family to share stories about Aaron, reminisce about old times and ensure the legacy of Aaron lives on forever and a day.
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