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Aaron Buck

October 22, 1969January 3, 2020

Aaron Miguel Buck passed on January 3, 2020 in Austin, Texas at the age of 50. Aaron was born October 22, 1969 in Trenton, Missouri to Janet Weaver Miller and Robert Richard Buck.

Aaron grew up in the Kansas City area, where he lived close to his cousins and the Rogers family. He loved hot rods and drove a souped-up Camero throughout high school. Aaron graduated from Raytown South High School in 1988.

Aaron moved to Austin on April Fool’s Day, 1998. He began a pest control career at that time, working with his Dad at Budget Pest Control. More recently, he worked as a pest control operator with Ranger Pest Control in Austin. Although he was a pest control operator, Aaron had a very soft heart and loved all animals. Aaron was a trusted friend and loving son, and father and brother.

Aaron was preceded in death by his son, Garrett James Buck; Grandparents Richard and Vivian Buck of Bolivar Missouri, and Marvin Weaver of Ravanna, Missouri.

Aaron is survived and loved by two daughters, Alyssa Buck of Independence, Missouri, and Madison Buck of Austin, Texas; two granddaughters, Mila Rae and Harley Mae; Father, Robert Richard Buck (wife Pattie) of Austin, Texas; Mother Janet Miller (husband Bill) of Kansas City, Missouri; Step-Dad, Park Rogers, sister, Jess Buck, brother Jared Rogers and family; sister Cori Adjemian and family, Grandmother Norma Jean Rogers, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

A memorial service for Aaron Buck will be held Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. in the Lake Hills Church LHC Kids Building (building B); 11431 FM 2244, Bee Cave, TX. Internment will follow as a family graveside service in Ravanna, Missouri at a later date.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 11, 2020


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Robbie Crawford Moore

January 10, 2020

Remembering the cutest little boy who became a handsome, kind man.
Sending my deepest sympathy and prayers to all the families.

Robbie Crawford Moore

Renee Crowder

January 10, 2020

I think Aaron may have been the loudest person I've ever met! And I so enjoyed his company. He made me laugh and in this life that is priceless! Good memories of playing pool, shooting fireworks and eating good food! And more recently trying to hush little dogs going bananas in the car when they heard we were going to pick up Aaron. He will be missed immensely! Prayers for his family and friends. Aaron was a good man and I'm thankful for the time I got to spend with him!

Jeff Johnson

January 9, 2020

We had our differences Aaron, but I’ll never forget all the great times we had together. All the arm wrestling, we kicked everybody’s butt. Hope you’re having a beer with my brother Warren. RIP brother. You will be sorely missed.

Patti Knox

January 8, 2020

He was such a happy goofy dude. Always laughing. So very sorry to hear of his passing.

Ken & Nancy McClarnon

January 8, 2020

We knew Aaron as a child, he was the sweetest little boy, our sincere sympathy to his family. No words are going to ease your loss, but know that he is remembered well.

Lorna Noecker

January 7, 2020

I was so shocked to see Aaron's obituary on Facebook this evening. My heart is aching for his loved ones. I will always picture him leaning on the railing on our front porch with that mischievous grin on his face. He spent a lot of time playing ball in our yard and he and Logan played on the same Little League team. He was such a good little athlete. One of my favorite memories is when they were pitching out to him because they knew he was a home run hitter. He jumped across the plate and hit the ball anyway! May you rest in peace, Aaron Buck.