Aaron Thomas Topolinski born in Titusville, Florida and raised in Port St. John, Florida, passed away on September 21, 2021 at the young age of 32. He was born on March 6, 1989, to Thomas and Lisa Topolinski.
Aaron was a gentle, tender, loving soul, with enough heart to spread through the universe. He said, I love you, every time he spoke to family and gave crushing bear hugs when he saw any of us. He was sensitive, passionate and empathetic and felt all of life very deep and hard.
Aaron was so witty and laughed at the ironies of life or just simple daily life. He had a fun, funny, loving spirit. His curiosity, excitement for learning and intelligence caused him to consistently learn. Whether about the meaning and origins of life and physics to details about online business marketing, gardening or scuba diving. He delighted in teaching us what he had learned in great detail.
Aaron was most at peace outdoors and really had a love and sense of reverence for the beauty of the land he found all around him. He loved camping trips with his family. He enjoyed scuba diving and even told his mother, “There was nothing more peaceful then being underwater”. There was peace for him in experiencing the calm, even weightfulness the underwater world offered. He enjoyed copper mining and learning about rocks and geology. He cherished nature’s beauty and understood it’s peacefulness. He was a lover of music and felt the power of its’ universal language. He was a great son, good brother and a caring friend.
Aaron is survived by his grandmother, Jane Marie (Watters) Perry, Parents, Thomas Michael Topolinski and Lisa Jenice (Perry) Topolinski; Sister, Hannah Elizabeth (Topolinski) Kellems and brother-in-law, Kyle; Nephew, Liam Kellems; Girlfriend, Tiffany Bean; Uncle, David Topolinski; Aunts: Anne Topolinski and Elizabeth Perry; Also many cousins, great aunts and uncles. Aaron is predeceased by his grandfather, John E. Perry; Grandfather, Leonard D. Topolinski; Grandmother, June M. Topolinski.
There will be a family planned memorial service in the near future: to honor and give tribute, to the life lived by Aaron.
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