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Charles Aaron

El Dorado, Arkansas

October 13, 1933 - February 15, 2024

Charles Aaron Obituary

Charles "Spud" Aaron was born October 13, 1933, in El Dorado, Arkansas to the late Isom and Loella Aaron. He departed his earthly home on February 15, 2024.


He received his education at Booker T. Washington High School. From there he entered into a carpentry profession and is credited with building many homes around El Dorado.


Charles was married to Leola Shutes and with that union, they had six children Eddie, Robert (Christie) Aaron, Nathaniel, Jerome, Patsy (Carl) Newton, and Carolyn West. Also, a daughter, Takela McHenry. He enjoyed having fun with his family, grand-children, great grandchildren, and his friends. He enjoyed a good round of golf, and when he wasn't playing you could find him hanging out in the pro shop or telling someone how to play the game he loved so much until his health began to fail. He was also a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan; even when they weren't winning Charles is preceded by his lovely wife, Leola Shutes of forty-five years. Charles leaves his precious memories to his seven children, a host of grand-children, and great grandchildren, family, and friends.


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Charles "Spud" Aaron was born October 13, 1933, in El Dorado, Arkansas to the late Isom and Loella Aaron. He departed his earthly home on February 15, 2024.


He received his education at Booker T. Washington High School. From there he entered into a carpentry profession and is credited with building many homes around El Dorado.


Charles was married to Leola Shutes and with that union, they had six children Eddie, Robert (Christie) Aaron, Nathaniel, Jerome, Patsy (Carl) Newton, and Carolyn West. Also, a daughter, Takela McHenry. He enjoyed having fun with his family, grand-children, great grandchildren, and his friends. He enjoyed a good round of golf, and when he wasn't playing you could find him hanging out in the pro shop or telling someone how to play the game he loved so much until his health began to fail. He was also a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan; even when they weren't winning Charles is preceded by his lovely wife, Leola Shutes of forty-five years. Charles leaves his precious memories to his seven children, a host of grand-children, and great grandchildren, family, and friends.


To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Charles Aaron hosted by Andrews Funeral Home Inc.

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