Aaron struggled to live his life trying to reconcile his early life of child abuse, domestic violence and addiction, but he never let that define who he was. He loved his family, friends and life.
Aaron was an accomplished swimmer, a black belt in karate, bright and a part of his church community as a child. He loved his music and truly believed in caring for others. Although Aaron tried to move past his demons, the pain of abuse, domestic violence and loss are lifelong.
In lieu of flowers, we are asking that people make a donation in Aaron's name to Lowell DCF Children's Fund or to your local DARE Program.
More importantly we would like everyone to take a moment to reach out to someone they know who is caught in addiction or struggling. Let them know they are loved.
Aaron is survived and always loved by his mom, Mary, his siblings, Scott, Keith, Arlene, Norma, Lydia, Ricky, Anna, and Troy Wallace, along with his brother-in-law, Nemo Sandoval, sister-in-law, Karen Wallace and many nieces and nephews.
Rest easy Aaron until we see you again.