Memories of Aaron
Aaron was born on 6th of November 1989 at Guys Hospital London.
Aaron was a beautiful baby with big brown eyes and thick black hair.
He was the eldest of three children to siblings Shannen and Jordan.
Aaron attended English Martyrs Roman Catholic School from age 4-11
And then went on to attend St. Thomas the Apostle Secondary School.
In Adolescence Aaron joined the choir at St George’s cathedral and soon became head choir boy.
He sang solo for several years at the cathedral Christmas mass, he really enjoyed being a choir boy and had a fantastic voice trying not to sound too biased. Proud parents they were.
In his teenage years he joined a squadron in the cadets.
Aaron loved putting on his cadet uniform and always looked very smart and handsome. He loved being part of a group and leader of his team.
Aaron was very kind and considerate; always wanting to help others and this kind and caring nature continued into adulthood.
Aaron had dreams of becoming a Lawyer and was working his way to achieve this with encouragement from his family.
With his passion for studying Law Aaron trained to become a union representative for the organisation he worked for; taking on the role of looking out for others and making sure they were getting a fair deal in the workplace.
He cared deeply about everyone and everything; he was the kind of person who would give someone his last Rolo, meaning he would give the shirt off his back just to make sure everyone else was ok before himself.
In loving memory of Aaron Paul Michael Mulligan who sadly passed away on 28th June 2019