Aaron Christopher Earle

Aaron Christopher Earle of Largo born September 25, 1990 passed May 16,2023. He was proceeded in death by his parents Christopher and Belinda Earle. Survived by his brother Jason (Katherine) Keene, Aunts Barbara Breeden, Tina Dunham, Brenda Fields and many loving cousins. Aaron loved football and played for Pinellas Park High School #74 class of 08’. He loved his dogs and he had said he had new since of purpose when became an EMT for Sunstar. Aaron had aspirations on the working as a disaster relief medic. He wanted to make a difference in the lives of other people. Aaron’s service will be held at Sunstar 12490 Ulmerton Rd Largo on June 2 at 2:00 pm. All that would like to attend are welcome.

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  1. We’ve known each other for 18 years. The thought of living just one day without you is unbearable. I never thought this day would come. I love you and miss you.

  2. Embedded in the deepest parts of my memories, there is a cherished corner dedicated to my beloved cousin Aaron, who left us too soon. Aaron filled the room with warmth and laughter and brought an irreplaceable joy whenever we gathered. His earnest smile – etched in my heart – could illuminate even the darkest of rooms, brightening the lives of all of us who were privileged to know him. His kindness and compassion were boundless, extending a comforting hand to not just family, but many others through his noble profession. With an unwavering spirit, he faced life’s challenges head-on, infusing every moment with a resilient attitude that inspired and uplifted us. Despite Aaron’s earthly absence, his spirit remains vibrant, eternally motivating us to cherish the invaluable moments and to live with the same zest and unconditional love that he embodied. We carry his memory close, treasuring the times we shared, and honoring his legacy by spreading his warmth and kindness throughout our own lives. My beloved cousin Aaron, forever missed, forever loved.

  3. I am ever so thankful to have had Aaron as a family member and included him in my life. Every time I saw him it made me happier and happier to see how far he was progressing in life. Chasing goals that he set and wanted to accomplish himself. He had diligence and determination in everything he tackled. One of the most heartwarming qualities about Aaron that I enjoyed most was that whatever he was doing, wherever he was, he wanted to help people in some way. This was clear with the profession he chose. Aaron, I wish I could have spent more time with you. I am thankful for the interactions we had together. You make me a better person every day with your memories. Gone far too soon but never forgotten. Love you cousin, rest easy.

  4. Aaron, I’m still trying to process this hortible news.. We’ve known you since you and Taylor were in middle school. You guys walked to the bus stop together, hung out, you gave Taylor a huge teddy bear larger than life, our families boated together, you rented from us, we kept in touch all these years. Now I understand why the msgs were not returned. I am so sad we did not know. We watched you hit life head on with goals, achieved but many yet to come. We were so proud of you, Aaron. With all the obstacles you encountered in life at such a young age, you dominated. I know you are reunited with mom and dad, and I’m thinking that is doing your heart good. Hugs, love you Aaron. Roy & Sue

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