ForeverMissed
On June 15, 2021, Aaron Michael Petrolia went to begin his eternal life in heaven with his brother, Chad. He is survived by his two children, Troy and Kaylee Petrolia and their Mother, Amy Butler; Mother, Cynthia Cobb (John Turner); Step Father, Ben Burla; Father, Anthony Petrolia (Shelly Petrolia); Sister, Adrienne Fennell (Junius Fennell); niece, Remi Jane Almestica; Sister, Stacie Petrolia; Brothers Alexander, Scott, Anthony, and Zachary; and a host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends who loved him.  He is preceded in death by his brother, Chad Anthony Petrolia. He was born in Texas, spent most of his life in Boynton Beach, Florida and died in Georgia after a recent move to start a new chapter. He was a handsome, sweet, sports loving type of guy who loved playing baseball and golf.  He loved to fish.  He was a talented ceramic tile contractor in his younger years and created beautiful custom designs for people’s homes.  Leading up to his death he worked at LA Transfer and Storage.  His love for his team and passion for his work was shown daily.  He had a smile that lit up a room. He was a devoted church member and mentor in his church, Calvary Chapel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His faith was strong and he cared about people in the purest way. He loved serving others and accepted them for who they were.  His calling to serve others through the church made him a happy and fulfilled man. He loved his family, but he especially loved his children, Troy and Kaylee. He was a devoted father, brother, son and friend. He was called home to serve his Lord and Savior and to play golf and baseball with his brother, Chad, in heaven for an eternity. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. A private service will be held by family to honor his memory.
Posted by Brian Sheridan on June 30, 2021
Aaron
It was nice to have know you for the short time we shared at Calvary Chapel in FOL. You had a heart of gold and you prayed for me and helped me out when I needed it. You treated me to meals and charter fishing and it was fun. Rest easy brother and looking forward to seeing you in our lords kingdom.

Your brother in Christ Brian Sheridan Coral Springs, FL
Posted by Susanne Thaler on June 24, 2021
Sending my deepest condolences! xoxo
I'm so sorry for your loss, Mandy & Family <3
Posted by Corey Mussler on June 24, 2021
Aaron was my best friend someone I could always turn to and count on when I needed him most and likewise for me. I can't count how many fun times we shared but Im glad to have known you and become like a brother. You will be missed tremendously. I'll never forget all that you have done for me in my darkest times when I felt hopeless. Thank you for helping me get on the right track and encouraging me. I love you brother rest easy and can't wait to see you again!
Posted by Alanna Gaddis on June 23, 2021
Aaron was a beloved friend who helped me through a lot of difficult times, he will be greatly missed.

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Posted by Brian Sheridan on June 30, 2021
Aaron
It was nice to have know you for the short time we shared at Calvary Chapel in FOL. You had a heart of gold and you prayed for me and helped me out when I needed it. You treated me to meals and charter fishing and it was fun. Rest easy brother and looking forward to seeing you in our lords kingdom.

Your brother in Christ Brian Sheridan Coral Springs, FL
Posted by Susanne Thaler on June 24, 2021
Sending my deepest condolences! xoxo
I'm so sorry for your loss, Mandy & Family <3
Posted by Corey Mussler on June 24, 2021
Aaron was my best friend someone I could always turn to and count on when I needed him most and likewise for me. I can't count how many fun times we shared but Im glad to have known you and become like a brother. You will be missed tremendously. I'll never forget all that you have done for me in my darkest times when I felt hopeless. Thank you for helping me get on the right track and encouraging me. I love you brother rest easy and can't wait to see you again!
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Children's toy box fundraiser

Shared by Corey Mussler on June 24, 2021
We have a fundraiser at our church where they need kids toys and they wrap them up in shoe boxes and send them to kids in different countries that are less fortunate. So long story short Aaron loved playing the claw machines and was surprisingly good at it and he spent $20 and got almost 30 prizes out of a machine and donated them to the shoe box for the kids it was so funny he was surrounded by stuffed animals outside of golden corral that day.