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Harvey Aaron Obituary

Aaron, Dr. Harvey C. age 75, of St. Paul, died Nov. 28, 2005 after a protracted illness. Preceded in death by parents, Meyer & Mary Aaron. Survived by kids, Stephanie & Kurt Kavanaugh of Leawood, KS, Marjorie Aaron of New York City, Michael Aaron and their mother Sandy Aaron; grandchildren, Tyler, Matthew and Molly Kavanaugh; sister and brother-in-law, Dr. Rosalyn & Edmund Rubin and their children Ellen & Peter Rosen (Mary and Sarah) and Beth and Allen Shaw; and special friend, Joyce Ettedgui. Harvey was a retired captain in the US Naval Reserve. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the MN Veterans Home, appointed by the governor. Staff member at Abbott Northwestern Hospital. Member of Jewish War Veterans, Post #354, Zuhrah and Osman Shrine, Temple of Aaron, and former member of Mt. Zion Temple. Harvey was a graduate of the Univ. of MN and received bachelor's degrees in Mortuary Science and Business Administration, Master's degree in Public Health and received his medical degree from NY Medical College at the age of 45. Harvey's family wishes to thank the wonderful caring staff at Abbott Northwestern Hospital. Funeral Service WEDNESDAY, 1 PM at HODROFF-EPSTEIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 671 South Snelling Ave., St. Paul. In lieu of flowers, donations preferred to NY Medical College University Development Valhalla, NY 10595, 914-594-4600. SHIVA, 325 Otis Ave., St. Paul (Wed. & Thurs., 7 PM). Hodroff-Epstein, 651-698-8311 www.hodroffepstein.com
This obituary was originally published in the Star Tribune.
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Published online on 11/30/2005 courtesy of Star Tribune.