Aron Ray Vandevender

Born: Sun., Jan. 30, 1977
Died: Sat., Feb. 10, 2018


Funeral Service

Location: - Not available -


Visitation

5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thu., Feb. 15, 2018
Location: Resthaven Mortuary


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Aron Ray Vandevender, a 41 year old Trenton, MO resident, passed away at 1:00 a.m., Saturday, February 10, 2018 at his residence.
His body is to be cremated with a visitation scheduled from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m., Thursday, February 15th, 2018 at Resthaven Mortuary of Trenton.  Memorial donations are suggested to the Green Hills Animal Shelter and may be left with or mailed to the funeral home.
Aron Ray Vandevender was born January 30, 1977 to Henry and Sue Vandevender in Trenton, MO.  He graduated from Trenton High School and received a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Missouri Columbia.  After graduation Aron worked for the Department of Social Security in Chillicothe.  He has remained there for 17 years and was employed as a manager.  On June 24, 2011 he was united in marriage to Becky Gwinn in Kansas City, MO.  Aron was an avid car fan and enjoyed music and playing drums.
Surviving relatives include his wife Becky of the home, parents Henry and Sue Vandevender of Tindall, children Gage Vandevender of St. Joseph, MO, and Saige and Skylar Gott of Trenton, sister Angela Holloway and husband Greg of Columbia, MO, brothers Alan Buckner and friend Elizabeth Gibson of Trenton, Dewayne Brown and wife Julie of Denver, CO and Mark Brown and wife Michelle of Grain Valley, MO.

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Sara Booth
   Posted Mon February 12, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. Aron and I were friends in High School. I have great memories of the group of us and the fun times we had. My thoughts are with his family. Sincerely, Sara Booth

John Bullion
   Posted Tue February 13, 2018
My family and I are heartbroken at Aron's passing. I know all who knew and loved him have broken hearts as well. His unfailing good humor and appetite for hard work made him a delight to teach, and his generous spirit made him a favorite of my family, Laura, Jack, and Chandler. We admired his courage under adversity and respected his commitment to life and to living under all circumstances, good, bad, and in between. We loved him. We mourn his passing. We will remember him with a smile always.

Katie Stuver King
   Posted Wed February 14, 2018
I am so very sorry for your loss. Aron was a beautiful soul and will be greatly missed my many. Prayers for peace.

Nancy Taube
   Posted Thu February 15, 2018
My deepest sympathy on the loss of Aron. I knew him from his days as a History major and student worker in the department at Mizzou. He was more than that, though; he was a dear friend, whose compassion and kindness set him apart. He loved his son, Gage, and we knew he drove home to Trenton every weekend to be with him. My son, Joe, was a few years older than Gage, and we had many conversations about raising sons, revving cars, and spoiling dogs. Aron was one of the greatest comics and mimics I've ever encountered, and he would have us all in tears at his imitations of characters we all knew. Even when he wasn't feeling well, he never lost that sense of humor. He will live forever in my memory, and I mourn his loss with you.

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