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February 19, 2013
I was never lucky enough to meet Aaron; I only knew him through his works. We will read his name at our Sabbath services and count him among the Righteous.
Shalom.
February 19, 2013
My prayers are with you and your family dear Aaron. You were one of my most unforgettable students of genius. The time you spent assisting and inspiring me to pursue my own works in digital feeds for educators will never be forgotten. Your dreams which really only began to evolve into realties in sixth grade were etched out in your programming skills even at this young age. You were always a prodigy that I knew would succeed even if you had to battle with others to get there.

Barbara Woodman
Aaron's 6th Grade Teacher
February 19, 2013
I am so sorry.
February 19, 2013
To all the Scwartz family and friends, What a privilege you have had in sharing, teaching and learning with this remarkable young man. The pain (right now) of accepting that Aaron is no longer here seems more than one should/can bear. May we all find a way to keep our hearts from hardening.....May the tsunami of love barreling towards each of you be seen as an offering in washing away some of the sadness.
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