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Obituary for Aaron F. Duncan

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Aaron F. Duncan

December 1, 1977 - April 16, 2018

Aaron F. Duncan, 40, passed away April 16, 2018, of liver failure. Aaron was born December 01, 1977, to Ronnie Wayne and ShannaLee Duncan in Clinton, Utah. He graduated from North Ridge High School.

Aaron was a very kind, genuine, and sincere man. He always found the good in everyone and put others before himself. He worked hard at everything he did. Aaron enjoyed reading, making model planes and ships, dirt biking, and riding his motorcycle. Aaron loved spending time with his dad restoring their 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442, emerald green, his most favorite color.

He always had fun with his friends and family, whether at a concert or lighting the 4th of July Fireworks. Aaron was an adventurous man that lived life on his own terms. He will be missed greatly; however, some of Aaron will live on, he was an organ donor and will give the gift of sight to two people who are waiting to see the world.

Aaron is survived by his parents; sister, Jenny Duncan Treasure; grandparents, Bobbie and Barbara Duncan; niece, Grace Treasure; nephew, Porter Treasure; aunts; uncles; and cousins.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Louie and MarJean Lorenze and his uncle Dennis Spensko.

A graveside service will be held at the Clinton City Cemetery, 813 North 750 West, at 11:00 am on Saturday, April 21, 2018. There will be a memorial luncheon held at Sizzler in Layton from 12:00 – 1:30 pm for anyone who would like to attend.

Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.

 

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Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018

Time: 11:00 am -

A graveside service will be held at the Clinton City Cemetery, 813 North 750 West, at 11:00 am on Saturday, April 21, 2018. There will be a memorial luncheon held at Sizzler in Layton from 12:00 – 1:30 pm for anyone who would like to attend.


 

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Born: December 1, 1977
Died: April 16, 2018

Condolences for Aaron F. Duncan

The Baggs Family posted on 4/24/18

I’m pretty sure Aaron was the guy who came to our home every time we had a seal break in our window. He was the nicest guy ever. He’s been here numerous times over the past 18 yrs. When they sent a different guy, I called and requested Aaron. He was professional, cleaned up after, talked to me the whole time about the military and ships and planes. He was a terrific employee and it saddened me to see him gone. I know you don’t know us, but your son was a great guy. So sorry for your families loss.

 

Andrew Hartmann posted on 4/20/18

Ronnie and Family, I'm saddened to learn of the passing of your son, Aaron. May the memories you shared bring you joy, comfort and strength in the difficult time ahead. Condolences.

 

Vanessa Watkins posted on 4/19/18

Snow can wait. I forgot my mittens Wipe my nose Get my new boots on I get a little warm in my heart When I think of winter I put my hand in my father's glove I run off Where the drifts get deeper Sleeping beauty trips me with a frown I hear a voice, "You must learn to stand up for yourself 'Cause I can't always be around." He says When you gonna make up your mind When you gonna love you as much as I do When you gonna make up your mind 'Cause things are gonna change so fast All the white horses are still in bed I tell you that I'll always want you near You say that things change, my dear -Tori Amos, Winter Love, Concrete Angel

 

Jack & Nancy Treasure posted on 4/19/18

Our hearts are with you at this sad time. We always enjoyed visiting with Aaron. While his presence will be sadly missed on this side of the veil, we hope you can find some comfort in knowing that he is having a wonderful reunion with his Grandpa and Grandma Lorenze.

 

Sandy posted on 4/18/18

Jenny we loved Aaron and enjoyed the good times we had with him. We will miss. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all. The Leon family

 

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