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October 04, 2012
So very sorry for your loss,,Aaron was a great man,who loved his family and country. I got to know him from the gym,, what a wonderful gentleman he was,,he will be greately missed,,and i will be praying for you the family, for piece and comfort from GOD. He surely was a HERO.
October 04, 2012
Aaron was an extra special man, just as he was an extra special Green Beret. I knew Aaron growing up in the same school, and had the same group of friends later in life. I, and our friends, shaved his and another friend's head the night before they left for basic training. We had a week-long going away party and I'll hold on to the memories of the great time we all had with Aaron.

For those that didn't know Aaron, he was extra special. Extra special smile, extra special personality, and a way of making you feel important as he cared about what you had to say. The kind of guy that everyone should have had the privilege to know. Obviously, it was this extra special personality that allowed him to succeed in the Army and become an elite Green Beret.

I am honored and humbled to have known Aaron, to have laughed and talked with Aaron, and to have been in the presence of his glowing personality and greatness.

Aaron we love you and miss you. Thank you for your service and sacrifice that us civilians can not even begin to wrap our minds around. To his family; God bless you all. I'll see you around Hodgdon soon, and am forever grateful for your son, his sacrifice, and your sacrifice as a family.
October 04, 2012
God Bless SGT. 1st Class AAron A. Henderson. Thank you for your service to keep us all safe. God Bless your family and friends and know their heartache is shared by others.
He paid a debt he did not owe, I owe a debt I cannot pay ~ Rest in Peace Brother.
October 04, 2012
Aaron was my High School sweet heart and best friend when I was growing up in Northern Maine. He had a heart of gold and touched everyone that knew him. He made you want to be a better person! God bless Aaron and his family! They are all true examples of Godly people. We are all blessed to know them. Aaron gave his left protecting us and our country. May his memory forever live on as a true hero, gentleman and amazing man!
October 04, 2012
I, and many other friends, were at the week-long going away party for Aaron and Scott Sjoberg when they joined the Army. I have many good memories of spending time with Scott and Aaron, and all the guys during that week, as we sent them off to basic training. Our final act of support for Aaron and Scott was to shave their heads for them, so they'd be looking clean-cut when they arrived at basic. A few of us shaved our heads with them, just so we were all in the same boat. It's a memory I'll cherish more now, and wish that I could relive because I believe that it was my last time seeing Aaron. He went on to accomplish great things, and I went to college and work. Our paths never crossed again, except for a few years ago on Facebook. I wish I would have kept in contact with him better and let him know that I still supported him and thought about him often. But, I know he understood. His personality was just that way; easy-going, kind, fun and funny, and never would have thought for a second that you weren't still friends because the busy-ness of life clouded the view of what was really important. Aaron was really important. His friendship and his presence was really important. My only regret is that I didn't take full advantage of having the absolute privilege of having such a special person in my life.

To Christine, Sam, and family, I am so sorry for your sorrow. I wish you peace, comfort, and healing. I sent a prayer up for you all; especially for Aaron.

Aaron, your friends love you. We miss you, and we're so proud of you. I am humbled to have known such an elite soldier, and a "larger than life" guy as Scott Sjoberg put it so accurately.

God bless Aaron, his family, and all of Aaron's fellow team members and military members.
October 04, 2012
He was my cousin, my comrade in arms, and will always be My Hero. Rest in peace soldier, Mission Complete.
October 04, 2012
Christine and Family, My deepest sympathy to you and your family for this most devasting loss. You are in my heart and prayers and I will be thinking of you all through this most difficult time. Your son Aaron will be forever remembered and honored for all that he did to protect this country and the people he loved most. God Bless.
October 04, 2012
Dear Friends; I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I have lived on the White Settlement Road my entire life and remember seeing both boys grow into wonderful young men. Know that it takes a lot of tears to make a rainbow. God sent rainbows to the Israelites as a promise of hope. Much peace of the angels, Suzie Duff
October 04, 2012
Dear Bob and family,
My deepest condolences in the loss of your brother. May the Lord be with you and comfort you during your time of sorrow. Even though I did not know Aaron personally what a wonderful thing he did laying his life down for his country so that we can have our freedom. May God be your beacon and guiding light during this difficult time.
Alway's in my thoughts and prayer's,

Tina StJohn
October 04, 2012
may god bless you folks in time of sorrow he was a great man to service this country from claude h. malone retire army from haynesville and oklahoma city oklahoma 1980 hodgdon high school

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