Aaron Pitts Death, Obituary – Aaron 24-year-old Matthew Pitts died abruptly on December 10, 2022. On June 25, 1998, Aaron was born in Monroe, Michigan. He was the second of the four kids born to Ann (Bentley) Miller and Matthew Pitts. He was a dedicated son, friend, brother, and parent. Aaron loved people and relationships. He loved spending time with his loved ones. Aaron gave the best hugs and had a special talent for lighting up a room with his smile.

He had an uncanny ability to make people laugh. Anyone could have fun around him because of his sense of humor. He was a good person. He was real and decent. He was helpful and always eager to lend a hand. He went above and above when it came to helping people. Aaron loved having fun. He enjoyed fine dining, playing video games (especially online with his brothers), and listening to music. Being around Aaron was enjoyable. Those who knew him said he reminded them of a giant teddy bear.

Aaron loved his dog, Benji. One of Aaron’s favorite places on earth was his grandparents’ farm. There, he realized how much he loved being outside. He learned more about how maple syrup is made. He went there for the first time to hunt. On his three-wheeler, “Big Red,” he enjoyed riding around the property’s forested lanes. He enjoyed riding considerably more when he did so with his siblings. Aaron went to school in several different places because of the family’s frequent relocations.

He previously attended Shepherd High School in Shepherd, Michigan, Shepherd School in Lanett, Alabama, and Triumph Academy in Monroe, Michigan, before enrolling at Monroe High School. Aaron graduated from Monroe High School in 2016 with a diploma. Aaron was naturally good with a wrench. He did particularly well in the CAD and automotive classes in high school. Through the positions he occupied, he had the chance to hone this talent. He acquired skills and credentials through a variety of programs.

He worked as an automation technician for Challenge Manufacturing in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Aaron is survived by his grandparents Paula (Hills) Leonard of Mt Pleasant, Michigan, Oma (McBee), Norma Jean (Wellman), Don, and Marye Bentley, as well as his parents Matthew Pitts of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Ann (Bentley) Miller and stepfather Eric Miller of Monroe, Michigan. He also leaves behind siblings Allyson Pitts, Adalynn, and Elianna Pitts, nieces Ariadne and Freya Pitts,