Aaron Ethan Jecminek
October 24, 1979 – June 1, 2021
Aaron Jecminek was born October 24, 1979 at Rose Medical Hospital in Denver, Colorado. He attended public school in Aurora, Colorado through 8th grade before moving with his parents to San Diego, California, where he attended Rancho Bernardo High School freshman year. After graduating in 1998, he attended Palomar Community College and received his Associate of Arts degree. He remained in San Diego after his parents returned to Colorado. After four years working with BMG, a music distributor, he moved with friends to San Antonio, Texas. He worked with an event ticket broker both online and over the phone for many theatrical, musical, and sports events across the U.S. He returned to Denver in 2007. While he enjoyed working as a customer trust processor and service client representative, he developed new procedures and forms for Fiserv Companies in Denver before moving to Loveland, where he worked successfully in several positions with hopes of establishing a career in something he would love.
Aaron had a very compassionate, intuitive, and humorous personality that cultivated his love for art and music. He refined his own style of art by listening to music, allowing it to guide his hand and influence his perceptions as the melody moved through his head into his hands. His creative spirit was well known and appreciated by all that knew him. Friends and family cherish his unique works of art. Music was his first love and foray into the arts. He enjoyed performing with bands for several years in San Diego and went on to perform at various venues along the Front Range and in the mountains with his own band. He was an accomplished 'Turntablist'. He really enjoyed and collected graphic novels. He was drawn by and appreciated the detailed difficulty of this specialized artistry. The story lines were fun for him but he was awed by the artists.
He passed away in June, 2021 at Poudre Valley Hospital after being admitted a week earlier. He is survived by his parents, Susan and David, brother and spouse, Nathan and Kambi, and their two children, Taylor and Maximus, whom he loved dearly, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Most notably, he left behind his special lady, Sarah Steward, who loved, lived, and supported him until he passed.
All will miss Aaron tremendously. He will live in our hearts forever.
He will be restfully interred in peace at:
Resthaven Memory Garden Funerals & Cremations 8426 S.HWY 287 Fort Collins CO 80525 Friday, June 11th at 10:00 AM
Friday, June 11, 2021
Aaron Ethan Jecminek
June 11, 2021
My friend Aaron
My best friend. A brother.
He knew how to give a good hug and a tough high five.
Aaron was always ready for a dance off or deep conversation about whatever topic you presented.
Heard this song today with the lyrics..
“I have, my rhymes, my pen, my pad.”
If you knew Aaron you knew his passion for music and art was without question. A talented and brilliant mind. I’ll always be one of your biggest fans and will continue on your legacy!
Forever your homie, B Dog.
June 8, 2021
I love my cousin, Aaron soooo much. I miss him already. We were gonna get together in the near future. My sister, Dawn, is the there to welcome him to heaven. God bless everyone who loves Aaron.💞🙏
June 3, 2021
I am so sorry for the loss of Aaron. He was a great man and he will truly be missed. Aaron will always be loved by so many people. The world needs more people like Aaron.