Aaron, a genuinely warm and vibrant individual, came into this world on August 5, 1993, in Indianapolis. He was deeply committed to supporting those around him, always cheering for the underdog.
A significant part of Aaron’s life revolved around sports, especially football, which he loved wholeheartedly. His journey with football started in third grade, and it was love at first sight—or rather, first wear of the football pads. He played for Holy Spirit at Geist, continued at Cathedral High School, and eventually became the quarterback for the Lawrence North Wildcats Varsity Squad. His ability to work as part of a team was remarkable, and he left a positive and lasting impression on his teammates.
Aaron’s talents weren’t limited to the football field; he was also skilled on a skateboard and later developed a passion for art. He would often spend evenings roaming the city, spray paint in hand, leaving his artistic mark on the places that meant the most to him.