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Aaron Michael Furr

December 31, 2002 — September 7, 2023

Aaron Michael Furr, known to all as Aaron, was a man who lived his life in the fast lane, much like his favorite NASCAR drivers. Born on the last day of 2002 in Spartanburg, SC, he decided to make his grand exit on September 7, 2023, in the same town. He was a man who loved his green apples as much as he loved his gaming console, and that's saying something.

Aaron was the beloved son of Ka'Sondra Furr and Alfredo Ramirez, and the protective big brother to Matthew Furr and Amanda Bullis. He was a father to two perfect sons, Xavier M. Furr and Jordan Johnson, who inherited their father's love for gaming and driving. Aaron was also the cherished grandson of Angelique Dube, and a favorite nephew to his surviving uncle, Joseph Dube. He was a cousin to the Dube trio - Joseph Jr., Jacob, and Jaydon, who will forever remember him as the funny, courageous, and loving man he was.

Aaron's work history was unique, to say the least. He created two beautiful sons, a feat that no company or association could ever match. His sons were his pride and joy, his greatest achievement, and his most cherished project. He was a man who believed in quality over quantity, and his sons were a testament to that belief.

Aaron's interests were as diverse as a bag of jelly beans. He was a gaming expert, a title he proudly held since he was ten. His gaming skills were legendary, and he was known to turn any dull gathering into a fun-filled gaming night. He also loved spending time with his little brother, Matthew. Their bond was as strong as the Hulk and as enduring as Captain America's shield.

Aaron was a man who loved the simple pleasures of life. He loved the beach, the sound of the waves, the feel of the sand beneath his feet. He loved green apples, the crunchier, the better. He loved carrots and ranch dressing, a combination that many found odd, but he swore by. He loved to drive, the faster, the better. He was a man who lived his life at full throttle, much like his favorite NASCAR drivers.

Aaron was a man who was as funny as a stand-up comedian, as courageous as a superhero, and as loving as a teddy bear. He was a man who lived his life on his own terms, who loved deeply, laughed heartily, and gamed passionately. He was a man who will be remembered for his love for life, his love for his family, and his love for gaming.

In the words of his favorite comedian, "Life is short. Smile while you still have teeth." Aaron did just that. He smiled, he laughed, he lived. And he will be remembered, not for the years in his life, but for the life in his years. Here's to Aaron Michael Furr, a man who truly knew how to live.

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