ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Claude Aaron Price, 64, born on July 27, 1940 and passed away on April 19, 2005 of a heart attack. He had suffered from high blood pressure for years, yet still led an active lifestyle. His death was a shock. He was survived by his two daughters, Claudia Erin Price and Marie Colleen Mifflin, his sister Rue Dean Doolin, his brothers Eugene Price and Rodney Price.  We will remember him forever.

 

Posted by Debbie Langhammer on January 21, 2013
I worked with Aaron at TRW for a few years until he left the company. He was one of the nicest people I have ever met. He always spoke to me and the other ladies about his daughters and how much he enjoyed having you both with him in El Segundo. I often talk about Aaron, and the answer he gave me when I went to him for advise. He said, "do not hit her, come see me". lol
Posted by Dave McCasland on February 28, 2012
Aaron was my co-worker and manager for many years, and he was a good mentor. His laughter, dedication to work, and friendship were were wonderful. I wish his surviving family well. I am sure they miss him as much as I do.
Posted by Howell Jaynes on February 24, 2012
I worked with Aaron from 1982 until about 1994. His mathematical skills and computer science skill were that of a genius. I also worked with Bobby and helped him get back to the US from Australia. I was the manager in Woomera and we had a great relationship. Shocked he passed away. I wish he hadn't stop working for TRW. howelljaynes@aol.com
Posted by Claudia Price on November 20, 2011
His ashes were scattered in the ocean near Manhattan Beach Pier on July 27, 2005 at sunrise. He loved Manhattan Beach when he lived in El Segundo, where he would watch the Volley Ball games and jog. He also just enjoyed going for a walk and taking pictures around that area.

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Posted by Debbie Langhammer on January 21, 2013
I worked with Aaron at TRW for a few years until he left the company. He was one of the nicest people I have ever met. He always spoke to me and the other ladies about his daughters and how much he enjoyed having you both with him in El Segundo. I often talk about Aaron, and the answer he gave me when I went to him for advise. He said, "do not hit her, come see me". lol
Posted by Dave McCasland on February 28, 2012
Aaron was my co-worker and manager for many years, and he was a good mentor. His laughter, dedication to work, and friendship were were wonderful. I wish his surviving family well. I am sure they miss him as much as I do.
Posted by Howell Jaynes on February 24, 2012
I worked with Aaron from 1982 until about 1994. His mathematical skills and computer science skill were that of a genius. I also worked with Bobby and helped him get back to the US from Australia. I was the manager in Woomera and we had a great relationship. Shocked he passed away. I wish he hadn't stop working for TRW. howelljaynes@aol.com
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Dad love jogging

Shared by Claudia Price on November 20, 2011

Dad had started jogging when he turned 50, while he was still living in Woomera, South Australia.  We met in Waikiki in 1991 for a vacation trip.  He wanted to enter a 1mi. fun run to benefit the Waikiki Zoo and talked me into it.  We did, it was a first race for both of us, it was so much fun.  We went on to do some 5k races after that.  He continued to jog until his early 60s.  He said it just didn't feel good any more.

Our Galapegos Vacation 1992

Shared by Claudia Price on November 20, 2011

In 1992 Dad and I went on a trip to the Galapegos Islands.  We were on a yacht for an entire week.  He loved to travel.  We celebrated his 52nd birthday there on the boat.  In this picture they purchased a bottle of champange on one of the islands to celebrade his Birthday, they made the cake on the boat... It was amazing.  The champagne was flat and the cork fell flat on the table.  Dad, not wanting to dissapoint, quickly picked up the cork and flung it up in the air with his thumbs.