Charles L Aaron was transported back to our heavenly father God, where he came from. Isaiah, 46:3-4. Listen to me oh, house of Jacob, and all the remnant of the house of Israel, who has been carried from the womb. Even to your old age, I am HE, and even to gray hairs I will carry you. I have made, and I will bear even I will carry and will deliver you.
When Mary, his wife of 51 years plus read the Bible to him, he always welcomed it. He loved Choctaw hymns and would sing along. He always looked forward to family outings, celebrations and especially Roy and Pennys shrimp boils, hunting, camping and home cooked meals, and of course, his favorite was fried pies, he was the official fried pie tester. He was proud of his family and their accomplishments. He always said he was blessed and thanked the, Lord.
Charles and Mary were both hard workers dedicated to their jobs to provide for the family. His work was a job he enjoyed. He was owner and operator of Aaron and Aaron trucking. His trucking family, coworkers, meant a lot to him.
He always thought of his wife and family and bought Mary this Mother's Day gift way ahead of time, a wall hanging that said "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord"
The family will carry on and be in remembrance of their hero. He will be greatly missed, but thankful for his life that he shared with his family.
Thankful for his legacy, and we will see him again, his beloved wife, Mary, and their children, Arthur, Lena, Cody, Lisa, Brian, Lisha, Christopher and their families and host of friends and relatives.
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