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“Brandon - thinking of you, beautiful obituary for Aaron, love you Evie ”
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“I also wanted to mentioned that Aaron was a talented pianist and guitarist. He was very shy and hardly every played in front of anyone. - Brandon ”
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My beloved brother, Aaron Anthony Vineyard, passed away on May 22, 2012, at his home in Ridgecrest, California. Aaron was born on April 1, 1962, in El Paso, Texas, where our parents were based during military service. Aaron was raised in both Bakersfield and Ridgecrest, California. He finished high school in Ridgecrest (Burroughs). Aaron held several jobs while living in Ridgecrest, including that of care taker of our mother (Suzanne Vineyard) who passed away in 2009. Our father, Kenneth Vineyard, passed away in 1997. Aaron competed his Bachelor's Degree through Kaplan University in Business Administration. Aaron was a voracious reader - fiction, religion, history, etc. Aaron is survived by me, his brother Brandon Vineyard. I live in Los Angeles, California with my partner, Joseph Campi. Aaron is also survived by many close friends and family members in Ridgecrest, Victorville, Bakersfield, and Portland, Oregon, to name a few.

Aaron was cremated and his ashes will be scattered off the coast of Morro Bay, California on August 4, 2012. This will be a private occasion. Morro Bay was a favorite vacation spot for the Vineyard family through the years. Aaron's memorial was held on June 9, 2012, at the home of Bill and Susie Williams in Bakersfield, California (thank you again!).

Aaron - Thank you for being there for our mother. You were amazing, and very patient with her. I will cherish the time that we had together most recently working on our mom's house and closing out her estate. I was so glad you were able to get to know Joe, who is my rock and the one that is helping me through this process called "life". Those were tough times, but we still were able to have some laughs through it all. Know that you were loved by your family through those times of tears and pain in years past. I pray that you are now in the company of our parents and they are holding you ever so tight and their heavenly glow allows you to smile and rest in peace.

Peace be with you, Aaron.