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6050 Main Street
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
Phone: 609-625-2324
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George Aaron

George B Aaron

Saturday, November 1st, 1930 - Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
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George B Aaron-89 of Mays Landing passed away peacefully May 23, 2020 surrounded by his family.

George was born in Vineland, NJ November 01, 1930 to parents Margaret and Maurice Aaron, the second of three boys. George attended local schools and graduated from Pleasantville High School where he met Doris Beckman. Doris and George began their married life April 1949 when Doris traveled to North Carolina by bus to secretly wed her sweetheart George who was stationed on the Marine base at Camp LeJune. When George was discharged they came “home” to live at the “Homestead” on Main Street in Mays Landing N.J.

George and Doris took on a part time job working alongside his Father at Mahogany Company of Mays Landing, Inc. George then proceeded to take this company from a two car garage to becoming one of the largest independent Distributors of Fiberglass products in the nation. His love of Mahogany Company was only superseded by his love of his family. Children, grandchildren and great grandchildren came to know him affectionately as “Popeye”.

George’s hobbies included traveling the world with Doris, hunting and his passion for landscaping and gardening. (There was never an acorn to be found!). George was extremely active in his community, many times behind the scenes. George was a member of the Township of Hamilton Board of Education, Rotary Club cornerstone and a member of Unity Lodge #96 for over 50 years where he was appointed to the position of State Grand Chaplin. In Rotary he was Chairman of the student exchange program bringing multiple students to his home as an addition to his extended family. George served as an Elder in the Presbyterian Church of Mays Landing and he held many positions in the National Fiberglass Industry’s Organizations.

George is predeceased by his parents Margaret and Maurice Aaron, Doris his wife of 57 years, brother Robert J Aaron, sister in laws Irene Weisenstein and Jane Errickson, brother in laws John Weisenstein, Dave Errickson, Jim Foster and Cliff Beckman.

Left to cherish his fond memory are children Peggy Hamilton(Bob), Debbie Murphy(Chuck), George M Aaron(Rita): grandchildren Bryan Hamilton, Megan Brennan(Mike), George P and Brianna Aaron; great grandchildren MaKayla and Molly Brennan, and Autumn Hamilton. Brother David(Marie), sisters-in-laws Ruth Aaron, Shuda Weisenstein, Claudia McGinty(Charlie) and Madeline Foster. George will also be fondly remembered by his many nieces and nephews, special friend and honorary daughter Cecilie Kinstad, his loving caretaker Maria Damajanti and his canine companions Jing and Marly.

Services will be private.

If so desired you may donate in George’s memory to the Presbyterian Church of Mays Landing 6001 Main St. Mays Landing or AtlantiCare Foundation 2500 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Twp, NJ. 08234
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Donna Haye

Posted at 08:40am
George was a kind and generous man with a family who loved and adored him. To Peggy and Bobby, thank you for sharing and including my family in forty years of wonderful and outrageous memories. George and Doris allowed John and Natalie to have their engagement party at the Aaron homestead including the pool and yes the trampoline. When I worked in Atlantic City, a highlight of my week was going to George's house and George would provide the best wine! Peggy, Aunt Bee, Doris and George would love telling stories of their escapades in Atlantic City and I would have some stories of my own. One glass of wine turned into (more than one) and I enjoyed George's views of politics and business. George was very intelligent and always gave me sage advice. He was a person who demonstrated wisdom and virtue. He told me to think it through before I acted. That advice helped me out of more than one issue. To Peggy, Bobby, George, Rita, Debbie, Chuck, Bryan, Megan, Georgie, Brianna, MaKayla, Molly and Autumn, I pray the love, laughter, and joy you received from Popeye will give you peace during this most difficult time.
"He takes care of His people like a shepherd. He gathers them like lambs in His arms and carries them close to Him" Isaiah 40:11
With love and hugs to all,
Donna Haye

Stephanie Dantro

Posted at 12:58pm
Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your dad. I remember your dad as a kind and gentle man with a beautiful warm smile. I will always cherish the many wonderful childhood memories of my dad Andy loading Dennis and I into our station wagon so excited for weekend visits to your home, John and Irene’s, the Erickson’s, camping trips and fireworks at the Lake. My mother and I send our deepest sympathy and healing prayers to you and your family. May your dad Rest In Peace. Sincerely, Stephanie and Anne Dantro

Michael Luderitz

Posted at 12:56pm
George, was one of my favorite persons ever, a great friend and neighbor. Why he wasn't a Democrat is one of the great mysteries of life. Nevertheless, he will be missed by very many.

Gary Luderitz

Posted at 09:24pm
One of the true greats in our community of Mays Landing. I remember him as generous and gracious to friends and neighbors and his community. I know my family was indeed a recipient of his neighborly ways. Thank you George. You will be remembered and missed. Sympathies to Peggy, Debbie and George and families.
Gary Luderitz

Jon Moberg

Posted at 06:17pm
Was deeply saddened by the news of George's passing.

Though I moved away 50 years ago, I am a 60-year member of Unity Lodge #96 of Mays Landing.
The Lodge was part of his life and he enjoyed the fellowship very much with his Masonic Brothers.

George's parents were close friends with my parents and his Mother Margaret was my Godmother.

My sincere condolences,

Jon Moberg

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