OBITUARY

Aaron Clark Hoskinson

October 17, 2004November 26, 2018
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Aaron Clark Hoskinson (14) born 10/17/2004 and passed away in his home in Brentwood Tennessee on 11/26/2018. Aaron enjoyed science, video games, rollercoasters, telling jokes and playing his trumpet. He was a member of the pep band at Thurgood Marshall Middle school where he attended the 8th grade.

Aaron is survived by his mother Katrina Claypoole and father Steven Hoskinson, his twin brother Colin and brothers Braiden, Andrew, Eric and Dominic. He is preceded in death by a baby brother David.

Aaron was loved by all who met him and was always willing to help others.

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  • Gathering Friday, November 30, 2018
REMEMBERING

Aaron Clark Hoskinson

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Matlock Family

December 2, 2018

Our hearts are heavy over the loss that you have suffered. Our loving Creator wants to comfort you with his promise that soon, “God...will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” (Revelation 21:3,4) May this promise bring you comfort and hope.

jessica kirby

November 28, 2018

All i see is Aaron as a baby. His chubby cheeks and those big brown eyes looking at me with a big smile right before he would get hold of Colin. He was so mischievious. I may not have gotten to see them much but love them as my own. So heartbroken.

Steve Hoskinson

November 28, 2018

There are way to many to share. Aaron was a great kid, never complained and was just care free. I remember when he was little and it was time to come visit me for the summer he would be like “okay” and get into the car while Colin was screaming and throwing a fit because he wanted to stay with his mom.

I remember the trips to the fair, cosi, the zoo and how much he loved the roller coasters at the amusement parks we went to. He had little fear and just loved life.

He was smart Whitty and silly and was loved by all who met him and will be missed by myself and his brothers and anyone else who knew him. The world was a better place with him here.

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