AARON, Arthur "Archie"July 4, 1934 to October 12, 2012 It is with immense sorrow that we announce the passing of an extraordinary, wonderful and gentle man. Archie, known fondly by our family as Gramps or Pops and his car buddies as the "corvette man". Archie lost his fight for life late Thursday night, at the age of 78. His wife of 54 years, Marjory, lost her life as well, over a year ago and it seems Archie's broken heart has never recovered. He leaves behind, his son, Kenny; Kenny's wife, Teresa; his two grandsons, Josh and Jake, granddaughter, Melanie; her husband, Mike (Hackman) and their two daughters, Madeline and Abigail. At our family business, Creative Metal Products & Fencing, we have proudly worked with Archie, every single day, for decades and his passing has left a crater the size of Texas in our very souls. He has always been the most kind and generous person we will ever know. Please take a moment with us, to honor this one of a kind man, for the patience and love he gave freely to everyone he knew, be it family, friend, employee, customer, nurse or passing acquaintance. The mold was surely broken after God made Archie Aaron. May he finally rest in peace, with his late wife, Marj; son, Howard and brother, Marvin. We love you Pops and miss you terribly. Services will be held Sunday October 14 at 12:30 PM at Beth Israel Memorial Chapel on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach with funeral immediately following at Eternal Light Memorial Gardens on St Rd 441 in Boynton Beach. Donations can be made to any AIDS foundation or Brandeis University.