Aaron William Arnbrister
September 29, 1973 – October 9, 2020
Aaron Arnbrister of Kerman, California passed away on October 9, 2020 at the age of 47. He was preceded in death by his father Jacob A. Arnbrister, grandparents James & Helen Hall, Jacob C. Arnbrister (Jako) and Helen Jean Frazier. Aaron is survived by his wife Kortney, their 12 year old daughter Payton; his mother & step-father Ramona and Karry Davis (Pop); his brother Kevin Arnbrister & Nicole, nephew Zack Arnbrister and Gracie, niece Janel Arnbrister; three sisters – Kaylley Williams, Janinne Alvarado, Jackee Avila; and many nieces and nephews, as well as friends who always felt like family. Aaron was a hardworking, wonderful man, dedicated to providing for his family. A graduate of Tranquillity High School, he was well known in the Kerman area and owned Payton Trucking & Repair. If you knew Aaron, you loved Aaron. He always had a smile on his face, and he brought laughter wherever he was. His circle was large. It included his customers, his motocross friends and his family. His motocross friends will always fondly remember "A-Aron", #206, as a valiant competitor, a trusted friend and a gentleman. His family was the true love of his life and motocross was his passion. Even though we all mourn the tragic loss of this wonderful man, we know he left this world doing what he loved the most. He will be missed by many, but he will never be forgotten. Private services for the family will be held. A celebration of life will follow at a later date.
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Aaron William Arnbrister
October 23, 2020
I know Aaron since 2005 when I bought my new Peterbilt truck. I met him in Service department at Fresno dealership . He was very Knowledgeable and helpful all the time. After leaving Peterbilt dealership he opened up his own shop in Kerman California. I always go there for all repairs for truck. Me and my brother Navjeet run as team and do long hauls all over the USA. Whenever I have any problems on the road I always message him for his advice. Aaron was real diesel Man we are going to miss him in my daily routine life. Our hearts are saddened by your loss. My deep condolences for his family. Rest In Peace 🙏🙏
On Time Transportation
October 22, 2020
I known Aaron for about 5 years, I'm saddened by the death of Aaron, my condolences go out to the William's family. Aaron was loved by many and his death was felt by many in the truck driving community. Anytime I needed help Aaron was there and always completed the job and when he didn't know he would figure it out. That was the type of man Aaron was, he never let you down. May he be in the glory of GOD, our Lord our Savior Jesus Christ.
Stephanie & Arthur Munoz Jr.
October 19, 2020
Am not sure how to begin, do I say how sorry I am for Kortney, Payton, Ramona and all the rest of his family, for his friends, Lennie, Dave and dozens of others, or his co-workers, Mondo and Bobby, to whom he unselfishly shared his knowledge and experience; or perhaps, John and Mike and all the rest of his "riding buddies".
What I do know how to say is how SAD, we are at his passing. The loss that we feel, that little emptiness that we have right now.
We met Aaron at KW, then deal with him at the Pete shop, and our Pete followed him to Kerman, because he was one of the best diesel men ever. Moreover, he was a "trust worthy" man. He didn't con you, he was a straight shooter. If there was a problem, he told you, if not, he told you.
We put our livelihood in his hands on more than one occasion, and were comfortable doing so, because Aaron was an honorable man.
Yes, we were a customer. If there was a truck problem, the go to solution was; "Call Aaron", but we were more that just that, we were friends. The conversations the laughter, the ongoing jokes, the years and years of just life.
So, to all of the above people, we cried too!
Stephanie and Arthur Munoz Jr. (MUNOZ TRUCKING)
October 16, 2020
All my love and support during this terribly hard time. Never forget the good times, bad times and all the times in between. Losing a child no matter the age. The big hole in your heart will get smaller as time goes by but your love will go on forever. I love you and will be here any time you need to talk💕💕
Leonard and Teresa Slaven
October 16, 2020
Loved you 1st cousin Aaron we where close growing up my memories of you will always be in my Heart. My thoughts and prayers go out to you aunt Mona and Kevin and the rest of my family. Anything we can do let us know. 🙏❤