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Paul W. Aaron, CPCU

June 17, 1957 - April 05, 2021

Obituary For Paul W. Aaron, CPCU

Age 63, on Monday, April 5, 2021, of Whitehall.

Loving husband of 36 years to Margie Aaron; met while attending the University of Pittsburgh; proud father of sons Nathan, Zachary and Luke Aaron; son of the late Earl and Kathleen Aaron; brother of Rhonda (the late Bob) Luczak, Carol (Jim) Schwarz; uncle to the late Aaron (Becky) Schwarz, Mark (Katie) Luczak, Robin Schwarz, and Justin Schwarz; son-in-law of Rosa (the late Frank) Andreoli; brother in law of Domenic Andreoli. Paul worked for Willis for 29 years as V.P. Construction Practice. He started his insurance career in 1979 before joining Willis in 1991. He enjoyed walking, reading books on historical events, crossword puzzles and spoiling his cat Ginger. He was loved and admired by his family, friends and coworkers and had an incredible impact on so many. Visitation and services will be held privately. Arrangements handled by the John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc., 412-881-4100, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood 15227. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to Animal Friends, 562 Camp Horne Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

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It's hard to believe Paul is gone. We will miss our conversations with him about the neighborhood and current events. He was a good neighbor. Jack and Donna
- Jack McCrea
My deepest sympathy to Paul's family. He was a great co-worker and always liked to talk about his wife and he was so proud of his boys' accomplishments on the field, in the classroom and at their careers. He will be missed. Paul Malone
- Paul Malone
Paul and I worked together many years at Northbrook Insurance, where we shared so many great times and memories. Some of those instances.....only Paul could retell in his unique way. He had the best memory I have ever known! We always sought each other out later during his "agency years" at Beck and Willis to rehash those memories. Paul was always an avid reader, very knowledgeable about all local and national events....any subject your could think of ! I always enjoyed our "opinionated discussions"....and we normally agreed ! One thing for certain - Paul loved his wife Margie ! She was always the center and focus of his life......as was his love and pride for his 3 sons. Pittsburgh and Pitt were behind his family...but he always had love and pride for them also. RIP Paul.....You left us way too soon....and hopefully someday we can meet again and share our stories and good times!
- Rich Turocy, CPCU, CIC
There was never a more dedicated man than Paul, to his job, his wife, and his sons. He loved his wife and sons deeply. It was rare that he ever had a conversation that did not involve his pride in their abilities and accomplishments. Similar to Paul, we are confident that his legacy will carry on through his sons.
- Anonymous
Paul Aaron was proud that he was from Pittsburgh. I met Paul in the 1980s at Fireman's Fund. We worked closely together and developed a friendship that lasted more than 3 decades. Paul was an experienced insurance professional that was well respected in Pittsburgh. We shared many stories & experiences throughout the years in regards to work and family. He admired his wife Margie and was so proud of his son's and their accomplishments. Certainly, Paul has made an everlasting impression in my memory. He will truly be missed. My deepest sympathies to Paul's family !!! Rest in Peace my friend .......
- Jaime Jinar CPCU, AU, AINS
I offer my sincere sympathy on the loss of Paul. We started in the insurance business at Penn National Insurance on the same day in 1979 and spent two months together in a training program in Harrisburg Pa. It was clear at that time Paul was deeply in love with Margie and was going to be a great husband, father and family man as well as an insurance professional. Rest in peace my friend! Chris Neff
- Chris Neff
A true Pittsburgh guy!
- Bruce Smith
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Paul. Working with Paul for almost 20 years at Willis, he was always there with a smile, discussions of our families and the state of insurance market. Paul was genuine man of his word, a true gentleman and the ultimate professional. He will be missed but always loved. Roger & Lauren Fertelmes
- Roger Fertelmes

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