Aaron King

Atlanta, Georgia

Jul 17, 1931 – Sep 3, 2019 (Age 88)


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KING, Jr., Dr. Aaron L. Dr. Aaron L. King, Jr., 88, of Atlanta, GA, passed away on September 3, 2019. Born on July 17, 1931, in Atlanta, GA, Aaron was Dr. Aaron L. King, Sr. and Eliza King's only child. Aaron graduated Bass High School in 1948 and went on to serve in the US Army. He graduated...

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I am devastated to learn of the loss of Dr. King. I guess I assumed that he would live forever -- he was so kind, so funny and so brilliant. Such talent in so many fields of endeavor and so many interests. We never ran out of things to talk about and I always learned something from those conversations. A great loss for all who were fortunate enough to have known him.

Aaron was my good friend and mentor. I will miss you!

God Speed and Blues Skies for ever my good friend!

Dr. King has been a Dental colleague of mine for over 40 years. He will be deeply missed by me
and host of other individuals. As a 3 time GA Tech alumnus he was especially important to me.

Rest In Peace, Doc King. You were always the one constant in Ga Tech Athletics and will be truly missed. Thanks for everything you did and treating every athlete with the same respect whether they were the star player or the last person on the roster. You will surely be welcomed with open arms in heaven. -Ashley Kelly GT Men's Basketball Class of 2000

Aaron was a wonderful friend and will be sorely missed by us and many others.

Deb and Eddie Jordan
Indian Rocks Beach, Fl.

What a kind and wonderful man who positively touched so many lives. His love and dedication for Georgia Tech and its student athletes were unsurpassed.I am so very blessed to have had his friendship. I will miss him immensely.

Dr. King loved us unconditionally and showed it every chance he could. He was kind and brilliant and the finest person I have ever met. I love Dr. King and I will miss him.

A very Compassionate and Caring individual. He always had a Smile and a Word of encouragement.

1978 Peach Bowl. Dr. King stops the bleeding

One of the most genuine and caring human beings I've had the good fortune to know. The world is less kind without him. He took awfully good care of me.