Aaron Lee Boyer
October 5, 1966 – May 21, 2019
Aaron L. Boyer, 52, entered into rest on May 21st. He was a former sheet metal worker with Santa Rosa Systems (formerly IQL) and an Army veteran. The love he had for his children outshined everything else in his life. Aaron is survived by his three sons, Joshua, Jeremy and Jacob Boyer; a daughter, Brittany; his grandson, Eli; his granddaughter, Nora; a sister, Sherry Estrada; and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be on Saturday from 4pm until 7pm. Cremation will follow.
- Visitation Saturday, May 25, 2019
Aaron Lee Boyer
May 28, 2019
Aaron, I am so heartbroken. I was just thinking about you a few days before I heard the sad, sad news. I tried to keep in touch with you through the years but it wasn't easy. Glad I found you again a few years back.
We had so many good times back in the day. You were a very special friend to me, one of a kind. You were deep, thoughtful, caring and sensitive. You touched so many lives. I hope you know that. I really can't believe you're gone. See you on the other side. Love you bud.
May 24, 2019
Aaron taught robin hood how to shoot a bow and arrow. In past lifes. Seeing him shoot target practice and meditae was nore than inspiration. Lucky to be joshs friend and to have played hackey sack with them. Prayers, positive vibrations, & much Love,
May 24, 2019
My heart breaks for my family sending my condolences to his kids. Im so sorry for your loss he was one of a kind. We all lost someone special to soon. He is truly loved and will be missed deeply. I will always remember every moment we shared and cherish them will all my heart. My heart breaks for my Mother who is his sister(Sharrie Estrada). I don't know the pain of loosing a sibling but would never wish that apon anyone. This so called life we live is very scary cherish your surroundings. Make every moment count and cherish every minute of it. I will always keep you close to my heart I love you so much Uncle Aaron. Give Nana a big hug and kiss for me can't wait til the day we all can reunite. So I won't say goodbye I'll see you again love you Uncle Aaron.
May 24, 2019
Uncle Aaron was always my favorite uncle.. Uncle Steve I love you but I was so scared of what was under those dark glasses when I was little!!! My Uncle Banning, who now has his baby brother with him after 30 years, was a great one too like all three were and still are. My Mom Sharrie aka the “Big/oldest sis” LOVED still LOVES her brothers! We may not have stayed in each other’s lives the way family should but I promise love has always been a huge factor. My Uncle Aaron loved me and was never afraid to show it! I can remember tons of hugs kisses and laughs throughout that I will carry with me forever. Even as I got older he would still cuddle n lay with me. He wasn’t shy to tell me if he thought I was wrong about something or choices I made but he always showed me he loved me. I will cherish my memories of him as well as my cousins and my Aunt from our summer I spent with them as a kid in Kentucky. There to babysit Josh while Aunt Tina was pregnant with Jeremy.... I’m not too much older than Joshua but my Uncle knew I would be trusted to watch his son. He protected me from terrible news that while I was down south our family home burnt down.. I remember that call like it was yesterday and he and Tina both said everything is fine.. I knew something was wrong or happened but he didn’t want me to worry or freak out idk but he took me to buy clothes n shoes and I wanted Jordan’s just like him! I always told my mom., just tell the truth ma... I’m really Uncle Aaron’s daughter but u decided to raise me as urs since he was way too young!!! Haha cus I thought I looked more like him and my cousin than my own sisters! But alas it wasn’t true and even if he wasn’t my dad he was my Uncle, my Uncle Aaron who will be missed and thought of forever. I have many regrets about not having seen him and I’m sad to have lost him. I know he doesn’t want me or anyone else being sad but that can’t be helped. I’m sorry to his Children, Grandchildren,close friends and family for ur/our loss