Richard “Aaron” Runyon

Richard “Aaron” Runyon

November 21, 1984 - June 07, 2022

Richard “Aaron” Runyon

November 21, 1984 - June 07, 2022

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Richard “Aaron” Runyon

Richard “Aaron” Runyon, 37, of Laguna Niguel, CA passed away unexpectedly on June 7th 2022 of natural causes. We are absolutely devastated by this great loss.

Aaron was born on November 21st, 1984 to loving parents Richard D. Runyon and Debra J. Manavian, Aaron immediately filled the lives of those around him with immeasurable joy.

Aaron graduated high school in 2003 from Mark Morris High School in Longview, WA and went on to pursue an Associate Arts degree from Orange Coast College.  He  successfully completed his degree in 2008.  Aaron was most recently working as a Warehouse Operations Manager at RxSight Light Adjustable Lens in Aliso Viejo, CA.

Although Aaron never married, he was a loving uncle to Payton, Mason, and Emme; a devoted son and brother and absolutely adored his family and extended family. Aaron was passionate about the outdoors, hiking, skateboarding, snowboarding, animals (dogs especially) and loved spending time with his family and friends. His presence is sorely missed and his loss is deeply felt.

Aaron is preceded by his grandparents, Richard and Lilly Runyon,  Harold (Lois) Burks and Carol Sedy; his aunts Carla Kubin and Chrissie Burks.   He is survived by his father, Richard (Janelle) Runyon and mother, Debra (George) Manavian; his sister Alison (Ian) Keber and their three children; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and beloved friends.

Aaron would have wanted a celebration of life be held in his honor as opposed to traditional funeral services. We request all of Aaron’s loved ones to join us in celebrating his beautiful life at the Mill City Grill in Longview, WA on August 6th from 2-6pm.

 

Celebration Of Life

  • Date & Time: August 06, 2022 (2:00 PM - 6:00 PM)
  • Venue: Mill City Grill
  • Location: 1260 Commerce Ave Longview, WA - (Get Directions)

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2 responses to Richard “Aaron” Runyon

  1. Alison Keber says:

    My sweet brother…I will forever miss you. Thank you for loving me so well. You were the best little brother a girl could ever have. I’m so thankful for our years growing up together and our calls that turned in to deep meaningful conversations during our years of adulthood. The amount of trust and confidence you always had in me made me feel so special. You were such a gift to this world and an extra special gift to those who loved you.

  2. Kristi says:

    Aaron, I am so sorry and sad to hear about your passing! Growing up with you was so much fun and now will be a cherished memory. Rest Easy Sweet Friend! Until We Meet Again 🤍

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