Aaron Alexie Lopez
June 25, 1977 – June 14, 2021
Aaron Alexie Lopez, 43, of Baytown, Texas was born on June 25, 1977 to Alexie Lopez Jr. and Peggy Marie Lopez in Sulphur, Louisiana. Aaron left this world on June 14, 2021.
Aaron was most at home on the water fishing, going fast on anything motorized, and of course making people laugh. He lived his life to the fullest, and loved being the center of attention at every gathering. Always smiling, and up for anything. His personality made it impossible not to love him. Aaron enjoyed working with his hands, and was a master machinist and millwright at ExxonMobil for 20 years. He was an avid hunter, fisherman and outdoorsman.
Aaron is survived by his loving wife, Tiffany Reves Lopez; his father Alexie Lopez Jr. and wife Ann; his mother, Peggy Marie Lopez and her partner Pete; his dear grandmother, Dorothy; his sons, Brigg and Dalton; his step son Sloane; and his brother Larry and wife Sommer.
He is preceded in death by his grandfather Alexie Lopez Sr.; his grandfather in law, Rodney; and his beloved grandmother Isabel.
A memorial service will be held Friday, June 25 at 2:00PM at O’neals Grill at 2651 TX-146BUS Baytown, Texas 77520. Arrangements are under the direction of Earthman Baytown Funeral Home.
Friday, June 25, 2021
Aaron Alexie Lopez
July 23, 2021
My memories of Aaron were when we were both kids. The Lopez’s moved into the house next door to ours in Mead, CO, many years ago. Aaron, Larry and I became fast friends.
From their first night living next door, I remember sharing flashlight messages from my bedroom window to their living room window way later than any of us should have been up at that age.
Sleepovers, skateboards, and all the fun stuff young boys do together as kids fill my memories about Aaron. Though the time they lived next door was only a couple years, the Lopez brothers made a huge impact on me and my younger sisters.
My prayers and condolences go out to all of Aaron’s family.
June 26, 2021
I just wanted to say that Aaron was one special guy. When he came into my life I was kinda of thrown off a bit because he was so great and accomplished in so many ways and could tell a story to back it up. We shared many similarities we could probably be true brothers. He was truly gifted in so many ways, from welding cattle guards, building deer stands, shooting skeet, catching alligators, salt water fishing, but most of all that guy you always looked forward to carving the thanksgiving turkey. Aaron was loved and appreciated by everyone he was around. I do feel he knows that and for that it gives me peace.
See ya next deer season brother n law.
June 24, 2021
I didn’t know Aaron but I know his father VERY well. As I look through the pictures of Aaron and his family I see that he was loved by them and I know many others. It’s sad that such a good man, father, brother, son, and just all around good guy is gone so soon. But those who knew him, cherish the memories you have of him. My wife Dee and I would like to extend our DEEPEST and heartfelt condolences to my brother in law Alex and the rest of Aaron’s family on your loss.
Al and Dee Overstreet
God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around you and whispered “Come to me.”.
June 23, 2021
I had the pleasure to coach Aaron when he was in high school. He was a great young man. I will always take pleasure in the memory of his smile, friendly nature, and positive attitude.
His brother, Larry, and Aaron’s entire family will be in my prayers.
June 20, 2021
Saddened to hear about Aaron. Much love and peace as you mourn.