David D. Aaron

26 November, 19458 January, 2021

David Delaney Aaron, age 75, peacefully went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Friday, January 8, 2021. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dorsey and Mildred Aaron; his son, Patrick D. Aaron; and a brother, Charles L. Aaron. Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Anita Hestley Aaron; his daughter, Montelle “Montie” Norsworthy (Keith); his sister, Pat Goodwin; his brother, Randy Aaron (Edwina); beloved nieces and nephews; and his canine buddy, Bentley. David was born on November 26, 1945 in Sispey, Alabama. He graduated from Thompson High School in 1964; served in the Army Reserves for 6 years as a paratrooper and retired from a 32 year career at Bell South Telecommunications in 2002. David loved his church and faithfully worshipped and served his Lord at First Baptist Church Trussville for 30 years. He especially loved singing in the choir and serving on the Men on Mission team. All who knew David knew he was an avid golfer, and Alabama football fan, and loved spending time creating an award-winning landscaped yard. A Celebration of Life Service for David will be held at First Baptist Church Trussville on Thursday, January 14, 2021. Visitation will be from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm; the service begins at 1:00 pm and will be live streamed at Immediately following the church service a graveside service will be held at Jefferson Memorial Gardens in Trussville. I lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Baptist Church Trussville Men on Mission, 128 North Chalkville Road, Trussville, AL 35173. Flowers may be sent to Ridout’s Trussville Chapel.


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Kay Browning

14 January 2021

Remembering David today and all the big family dinners in Sipsey. There was a good bit of time spent with the family singing gospel hymns around the piano. I imagine he is doing some of that right now! My prayers for all the family and may some of those hymns comfort your hearts.

M/M Ray Lenderman

13 January 2021

Many blessed memories of David at church and choir gatherings plus the times spent playing golf. Also, the MOM mission trips. Ear plugs were necessary when we roomed together.
Many happy days to remember my brother in Christ Jesus!

Debbie LeGrand-Bennett

11 January 2021

So sorry for your loss. Remember David from our yearly trips to Al.
Will be praying for the family.

Kathy Kendrick Waits

11 January 2021

David was a wonderful man. He graduated high school with my brother Rusty. Randy & I have been friends for over 50 years so I know what a wonderful family they are. I am praying for the family to have peace as they say their earthly goodbyes. He has a new body & no more pain. God Bless each & everyone of you. 🙏🙏🙏

Chris Browning

11 January 2021

Our prayers are going out for all your family. Always remember everyone getting together at Mama Drummond’s house in Sipsey. Thankful for his testimony.
Chris & Ruth Browning

James Helton

10 January 2021

To David's family, I am so sorry for your loss of David. I met him a few years ago playing golf, and was always happy to be in his company. I attend church with Pat and Randy, and knew his mother, Ms. Aaron from church. Again my deepest condolences. We have lost a good man.

Montie Aaron Norsworthy

10 January 2021

He was the best father a girl could have. He loved my brother and I unconditionally. I loved him with all of my heart. I am overjoyed that he and my brother have been reunited in Heaven. Until the day that the Lord calls me home I will praise Him knowing that with His saving grace we will all be together again.