Randall Ray Aaron

Randall Ray Aaron

October 30, 1954 - September 23, 2017

Randall Ray Aaron

October 30, 1954 - September 23, 2017

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Randall R. Aaron, age 62, of Lawrenceburg, TN, passed away Saturday September 23, 2017.
Randall was born on October 30, 1954 in Detroit, MI to the late Raymond and Joyce Aaron. Randall earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Middle Tennessee State University. After many years of working in Nashville, Randall retired and returned to Lawrenceburg.

A graveside service will be held by his family at a later date.

Randall is survived by his sisters: Donna (Lewis) Thomas and Sandy (Jeff) Johnston of Lawrenceburg, TN; nephews: Rob (Brandi) Thomas and Jared (Martha) Johnston; nieces: Laura (Matt) Kroeger, Rebecca (Josh) Dodd and Katelyn (Tyler) Parish. He is also survived by many great nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is in charge of the arrangements. You may send the family condolences online at www.cremationsocietyoftn.com.

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3 responses to Randall Ray Aaron

  1. Lee Parrish says:

    I first met Randall @ Main Street. I would get so hot dancing he would pour a pitcher of water over my head. Some may not know he was a member of Mensa. Obviously very intelligent, but what I remember is his smile. He always seemed genuinely interested in how you were doing. I will miss him. Lee Parrish

  2. Lori Harris says:

    So sorrry to hear of Randall’s passing. I worked with him at Msinstreet while I was in college. He always had a smile and a warm greeting for all he met. He was super intelligent and had great taste in music. I am praying for his family and friends.

  3. Td says:

    Our prayers are with your family and friends be assured Jehovah God will remember your loved one and know he is “the God of all comfort.” The Bible says: “Throw your burden upon Jehovah himself, and he himself will sustain you.” (Psalm 55:22) The Bible compares death to sleep. It speaks of “˜falling asleep in death.’ (Psalm 13:3)

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