OBITUARY

Aaron Joseph King

October 15, 1982July 11, 2018
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At the age of 35 years old, Aaron was born on October 15, 1982 in Everett, Washington to Carl and Carol King. He passed away on July 11, 2018 in Redmond, Washington.

He had worked as a programmer for a software company.

Aaron is survived by his parents; Carl (Diana) King and Carol Davis, his brothers; Alex and Andrew King.

A celebration of his life will be on Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Purdy & Walters at Floral Hills Funeral Home, 409 Filbert Rd, Lynnwood, Washington.

  • FAMILY

  • Carl King, Father
  • Carol Davis, Mother
  • Alexander King, Brother
  • Andrew King, Brother
  • Diana Lynn, Step Mother
  • Greg Davis, Step Father
  • Catherine Corwin, Grandmother
  • Gene Corwin, Grandfather
  • Sandi Corwin, Aunt
  • Mike Fisher, Uncle
  • Mason Fisher, Cousin
  • Rayce Fisher, Cousin
  • Donna Corwin Marlatt, Aunt
  • James Marlatt, Uncle
  • Anna Marlatt, Cousin
  • Liz Marlatt, Cousin

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • Reception Thursday, August 2, 2018
REMEMBERING

Aaron Joseph King

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Katelin Van Sickle

August 14, 2018

I think about you daily. I miss the possibility of getting a silly message or joke from you at work. You knew how to brighten my day and make me laugh out loud at my computer.

Sharing a memory: One day found a tiny ketchup on my desk. I didn't know where it came from and was confused. The next day, Aaron messaged me and said, "You know what you would need if you were lagging behind by just a bit?"

I was so caught up in work that I though perhaps he was commenting on my being behind in my work and responded with, "I'm not sure I understand".

He said, "If you were lagging behind the others by just a tad, what would you need? Alternately, I could ask what you'd need as a slow tomato?"

I said, "I don't know. What would you need if you were lagging behind the others by just a tad?"
Aaron said, "You would need....A LITTLE KETCHUP"

I laughed out loud at my desk. I still have the ketchup and will keep it as a reminder.

Just one example of how Aaron knew how to cheer me up.

Missing you,
-Katelin

Karen Galbraith

July 24, 2018

Thank you Aaron for all the happiness your brought into our family. You came into our lives as a band kid with ever-changing hairdos and proceeded to add joy to our family gatherings for years to come. I always appreciated your patience in getting me to accept and learn about the wonders of technology. You expanded my mind with your ability to present a new idea and explain it in a way I could hear and understand. You taught me so much.
There is a giant hole in our heart that you used to fill. Your kindness will always be remembered every time I hear 4 part harmony, any good jazz music and have a question about something new. You are loved as part of our family---always.

Karen Galbraith

July 24, 2018

Thank You Aaron for all the happiness you brought to our family. You came into our lives as a band kid with ever- changing hairdos and proceeded to add joy to our family gatherings for years to come. I apprecite your patience getting me to accept and learn about the wonders of technology. You expanded my mind with your ability to present a new idea and explain it in a way that I could hear and understand. You taught me so much.
There is a giant hole in our heart that you used to fill. Your kindness with be remembered every time I hear 4 part harmony, any good jazz music and I have
a question about something new. You are loved as part of our family--always.

Ken Roberts

July 23, 2018

Thank-you Aaron, for being my wonderful friend, gym-workout partner, computer fixer and fellow musician! You may not have known fully, but you had a huge impact on my life. Thank-you. I will always miss you and be thankful for you. I will always think of you when I'm working out now at the gym and I will do an extra set in your honor! Rest in peace, my dear friend Aaron, Rest in peace.

Danielle Slota

July 23, 2018

Aaron, it hurts my heart to know you have left this physical world. You were there in the very beginning of what became my forever life. My first interactions getting to know Kevin. Interactions that would eventually bring me marriage, children, family. I wish I had taken the time to thank you for being a part of those stories. May you forever be at peace, raised up by love.

Aaron’s family and friends, please know that we are thinking of you.

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