It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Aaron Good.
Aaron a resident of Fort St. John; formerly of Dawson Creek, B.C. was taken from us suddenly on Friday, August 18, 2017 in Fort St. John, at the young age of 28 years.
Aaron came into this world September 2, 1988 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan and was profoundly welcomed with excitement by his loving parents Debbie and Dean, along with his grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
At around one and a half years of age, Aaron’s family moved to Estevan, Saskatchewan during the spring of 1990, where they resided briefly, then were transferred to Dawson Creek, BC during the summer of 1991.
Four and a half years later, Aaron was joined by his brother Travis and sister Kristen three years later.
Aaron attended kindergarten at Crescent Park Elementary and then Park Hill School for all of his elementary years. He then went to Central Middle School and South Peace Secondary where he graduated in the Class of 2006.
Aaron maintained a paper route for about 6 years delivering the Dawson Creek Daily News. During school his first place of employment was at Shoppers Drug Mart, later the Dawson Co-op food store and gas bar.
After graduating from high school he spent his first year working various jobs and in different areas of B.C. and Alberta including Merritt, Prince George, and Grande Prairie. He returned to Dawson Creek in 2007 where he worked in the Oil and Gas industry until 2017.
Aaron met Samantha Desbiens through a friend in 2011 in Dawson Creek. In 2016, Aaron and Sam welcomed a beautiful baby girl, Scarlett Luna. Sam and Aaron were married on June 24, 2017.
Aaron was predeceased by Grandfather; Ray, and Grandmothers; Gladys & Jean.
Aaron is survived by his loving Wife; Samantha, Daughter; Scarlett, Parents; Dean (Linda), Debbie (Don), Brother; Travis (Kylee), Sister; Kristen, Stepsisters; Trina (Brad), Alison (Ryan), Father-in-law; Dave, Brother-in-law; Connor, Sister-in-law; Paige, Grandparents; Ruth (Gerard), Grandfather; Douglas and numerous extended family & friends.
For friends so wishing, donations may be made in memory of Aaron to the BC SPCA, South Peace Branch, 637 114 Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC V1G 3A1.
Very Respectfully Reynars Funeral Home and Crematorium