October 22, 1975 ~ August 1, 2022
Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO
Aaron W. Lusk, 46, passed away suddenly on Aug. 1, 2022. He is survived by his wife, Michelle; son, Austin; mother, Carrie; mother-in-law, Sharon; sisters-in-law, Pamela (Mike) and Susan (Mark); nieces, Emma and Annaliese; grandpa Gordon and Harric Vander Valk; and numerous family and friends. Preceded in death by father, John Lusk, Sr.; brother, John Lusk, Jr.; and grandparents Johnson. Aaron was born on Oct. 22, 1975, in Pueblo, Colo., he worked for Blazer Electric as a delivery driver and was a member of the Elks club. He enjoyed singing, cooking, playing his harmonica and spending time with his loved ones. Aaron loved his dogs and sitting outside with Michelle and spending time together. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Services are pending. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com
My Brother, Mi Tocayo,
Your enthusiasm for the Elks was refreshing and inspired our brotherhood. I’m honored to have known you.
Godspeed and in Christ,
Carrie, Michelle and all who loved and will miss Aaron. There are not words to describe the heartbreak Will and I feel at Aaron’s loss. I hear Aaron say “Auntie Marie” in his gentle voice in my dreams now. But the sound of his voice will be in my heart forever. I have two missing parts in my heart now: One for Aaron and one for John. I take comfort, as does Carrie, that Aaron and John are together now, setting with Grandpa Johnson. John is playing his guitar…Aaron is playing his harmonica and Grandpa is playing a violin…and it is the most beautiful heavenly music.
Rip Aaron and John …You both be sorely missed by all.
Our hearts are broken to have lost you and John both. May you rest in peace with our Lord Jesus Christ. Love you always and forever.
Uncle Ward and Aunt JoAnn Johnson
Aaron are hearts are broken with your passing so quickly. We always look forward to seeing you and Michelle when we made the trip home.Things will never be the same not seeing you smile, hearing that infectious laugh of yours and of course just spending time with both of you. I am sorry we never sat at your table when you finished BBQing.I’ve been told you were the best. Till we meet again as the Lord promises. I will look forward to that day. Julie
Aaron you were truly a Gentle Giant, caring,kind,loved and will be truly missed by many. I was lucky to be your co-worker and to become your friend.
Rest In Peace Aaron 💖🙏😥