Aaron Cochran

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Aaron Cochran, a beloved resident of Port Angeles for 30 years, died suddenly when his log truck went out of control and it wrecked on U.S. Highway 101 around Lake Crescent on October 31, 2017. He was 44.

Aaron is survived by his children, Ryan Franzel, Mary Cochran and Taylor Cochran; his parents, Christine Size and Kevin Size; his older brother, David Cochran of Seattle, Washington; younger brother White Eagle Watkins of Portland, Oregon; and little brother Soul Watkins of Vancouver. Also surviving Aaron is Aaron's biological dad, Dale Cochran.

Aaron leaves behind his partner, Darcie Mayo, and so many true friends no one can count.

Aaron had driven trucks for a living since May of 2001. He has also worked as a mechanic and fixed many cars for people who could not afford a mechanic. Aaron had worked hard recently to become employed with the Clallam County Sheriff's Office but never attained that goal.

Aaron was a devoted father, which was his primary motivation. He enjoyed spending time with them, taking them fishing, hiking and to every theme park imaginable. He also enjoyed riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, especially with his family.

Aaron had a knack of being liked by everyone he knew. It was because he genuinely cared for people and loved to help anywhere he could. He brought light into dark places and demonstrated good.

He leaves behind a legacy of love, giving and honesty. He will be missed by many.

He now resides with the God he loved.
Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Nov. 10, 2017
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