Aaron Farrel Wheeler

1 juillet 195524 octobre 2020

Aaron Farrel Wheeler, 65 of Tavares, FL passed away on October 24, 2020. He was born on July 1, 1955 in Pontiac, Michigan. Aaron spent six years in the Navy, serving two tours in the Mediterranean. Aaron had a natural-born charisma and an entrepreneurial spirit. He loved to socialize and started multiple businesses throughout his life, most recently of which was a business school in Colombia, South America. He was married to Maria Yorlay Jimenez Alvares and they had just begun their new life together before his sudden passing. Aaron is survived by his beloved wife, Yorlay, and his two brothers, Ashley Wheeler and Lance Wheeler, as well as other loving family members and friends.

Services will be held at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Gotha, FL on November 10th, 2020 at 11am. Services will be graveside with Military Honors.

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Daniel Devries

11 novembre , 2020

Still can't believe this Uncle Aaron. You always seemed the picture of vitality and youthfulness. One of my earliest memories is of you letting Michelle and I hang from your fists while you did bicep curls. You were like Hulk Hogan in my eyes. I remember the time in Mississippi, when a neighbors bull escaped from their land and threatened to charge us. You grabbed your whip and crossbow and went to show that bull who was boss. You seemed like Indiana Jones to me. I'll never forget when you took me skiing for my FIRST TIME EVER and brought me to a DOUBLE BLACK DIAMOND Slope, (that means Professional!) and I had to be rescued by Ski Patrol and brought down in a sled and snowmobile 😂😂. Well you came down that slope like an olympic skier and met me at the bottom. We always laughed about that. As often happens life took us in different directions and sadly we lost a lot of time to make memories. It always seems like there will be more time, and then one day there just isn't.
Rest In Piece Uncle Aaron.
Love , your Nephew, Danny.

Bobby Jones

10 novembre , 2020

You were a good friend and boss when I needed it . Rest easy my friend.

Reva Wheeler

10 novembre , 2020

Since sharing over half my life with Aaron, I can say he truly thrived on interacting with other people. He was at his happiest whenever able to make someone's life better in some way. He had an outgoing and upbeat personality, always striving to succeed at whatever he did. We had many good times through the years and I'm glad he maintained his enthusiasm for life until the very end. He will be missed here on earth.

Brenda Amos

9 novembre , 2020

I remember when Aaron and Ashley were little and we use to go to their house for the weekend in Michigan! We always had really good times with them. Haven’t saw Aaron in years but thought about him often! Sorry Ashley and family for your loss!
Hugs and prayers for you all!
Love you

Toni Leo. (OBrien)

9 novembre , 2020

Many blessings, love and Prayers for the Family and Friends. Sorry for your loss. (Graduated in 1974 Aaron’s class) 🙏💜

Mark Schwartz

8 novembre , 2020


Just were do I start at 14 year's old we met each other, me just being a regular kid you being a greaser running like the wind, belonging to the 8balls witch was a gang of friends long blonde hair the girls just flocked to you. I was a beneficiary. LAST time I seen you was in Memphis Steve Feathers and I stopped in. Aaron our Lord Jesus Christ met you with open arms RIP my friend