Aaron W. Walaitis, 45, passed away on Sunday August 7, 2022 at St. Joseph Regional Hospital, Plymouth.
Born on November 27, 1976 in Sand Diego, California he was the son of Retired Navy Captain William and Marleen (Hall) Walaitis. He attended Lee Master’s Academy graduating with the class of 1995. Aaron received his Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in Political Science.
Aaron was known as a very intelligent man that could do anything that he set his mind too. He was athletic, musical, a wonderful cook and an artist. He was an extreme encourager to others and would give his shirt off his back to anyone that needed anything. Often referred to as a good friend who was reliable and a helping hand.
He enjoyed fishing, golfing and white-water rafting as an instructor.
He is survived by his parents: William and Marleen Walaitis of Culver; daughter Isabel of Croatia; sister Jennifer (Steve) Johnson and their children: Andrew, Caleb and Alice of Orlando, FL; aunts: Jackie (Bill) Johnson of Eagle, MI; Patsy Ellison of Las Vegas, NV; uncle Dennis (Janet) Hall and their son Matthew (Amber) Hall of Wilmington, NC; and their son Tucker.
A memorial service will take place at a later date.
Ann Rutledge says
Bill and Marleen, my heart goes out to you both. What a gentle man and loved by all. Please accept my sincerest condolences.
Sherri Kasten says
I always enjoyed conversations with Aarron. His intelligence was encouraging and enlightening. I’ll never forget the unforgetable Taco Soup he made. Yes, a wonderful cook. Prayers that God will bless you Marleen, Bill, Jennifer, Isobell and all the family with wonderful happy memories and peace beyond understand.
Tom Hamilton says
Bill and Marlene, so sorry for you loss. Heartfelt prayers to you both and for the rest of your family.
Diane Snider says
Marlene, my prayers are with you and Bill, and all the family. May God bless you all with courage and strength and wrap you in his loving arms . I’m thinking of you and praying for you. Diane (Hall) Snider
Patricia Larson says
Although I never had the privilege to see Aaron. I felt that I got to know him through you, Marlene and Bill. He sounds as though he was an above and beyond amazing man. I will continue to pray for you as you walk on this journey of life. Rejoicing that Aaron is in his Heavenly home.
SK JS JM & Jay says
I am very sorry for the loss of Aaron and I send to Marleen and Bill my deepest condolences.
I cannot express with any words how much I feel sad. I hope the bereaved family could overcome the grief as soon as possible. Aaron and all of his family members will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Sandy Rodenbrock says
I am so very, very sorry for your loss. Please know that my prayers are with you all.
Carolyn Stump says
Tim and I are very sorry for the loss of Aaron. Prayers for your family