Aaron Michael Tiller

July 02, 1976 - January 20, 2024


Obituary For Aaron Michael Tiller

We regret to inform you of the passing of Aaron Michael Tiller, at his home in Grande Prairie, AB, on Saturday January 20, 2024 at the age of 47.

Aaron was born July 2, 1976 and raised in Grande Prairie, AB. He was widely known in the area for his interest in the sports community. Over the years, he coached various sports with an avid passion for soccer and volleyball, influencing the lives of hundreds of athletes. He was well known, loved and respected by all of those with whom he associated.

Aaron both entertained and fascinated many with his stories and phenomenal memory; providing details and enthusiasm second to none. You could easily be entertained by being around Aaron and you could hear his laugh from miles away.

He leaves to mourn his wife, the love of his life for the past 25 years, Tara; daughters Alexandra and Quiana; sons Brhy and Keegan; parents Gwen and Harold; brother Jason; in-laws Terry and Sandy, and Cory and Sarah; as well as a very large circle of family and friends.

His presence in this community will never be forgotten and on a personal note; Alex (aka Pants), Quiana (aka Bkins) and Tara (aka T-Drove) will miss their number one fan.

He was predeceased by his grandmother Ruth; grandparents Bill and Hazel; and aunt Corrine and uncle Terry.

A Celebration of Life will take place on Sunday January 28, 2024, at 1:00 pm, at the Royal Canadian Legion, Grande Prairie, AB (9912 101 Ave.).

The family thanks everyone for all of the support, donations, phone calls, messages, food, and visits that have been received. A special thank you to Darice, Connie, and Kim for their overwhelming work and support.

If you are unable to attend in person, please click the link below to be taken to the Facebook event where we will be live-streaming the service.

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  • January 29, 2024

    Our condolences to the families sending our prayers from Gary and Tracy Downes

  • January 29, 2024

    So sorry, Gwen, Harold, and all the family. As everyone else is saying, it was always a huge pleasure to run into Aaron, because he made it clear it was his pleasure to run into you!

  • January 28, 2024

    Tara, our deepest condolences to your family. Aaron's smile and humour will be greatly missed!

  • January 27, 2024

    Words cannot express how much Aaron will be missed. He is a beacon of light to so many. Best memories are simple ones..having so many fun visits and laughs when we were little and as we grew older sharing memories, a coffee and chatting about our growing families. I'll always remember his love of sports, sense of humour and that infectious smile. Being in his presence brought joy. He always knew the right things so say and greeted with a smile. So sorry for your loss to my Aunt Gwen and Uncle Harold, and rest of the family. We will miss you Aaron but know you will be only a prayer away. With love and sorrow Pearce Family

  • January 27, 2024

    Met Aaron going to Montrose junior high, grade 7 Very good athlete very nice person. Will be missed rest in peace my friend

  • January 27, 2024

    Rest In Peace Aaron, My memories of Aaron are mainly when he was young. He was always very active and always anxious to kick the ball or partake of any activity which was happening. His passing was very untimely and will have a profound effect on all those who's life he touched. Aaron always left a lasting memory with all of those who were lucky enough to share his companionship. Our sympathies to the Tiller, and Wood families. We deeply regret that we will be unable to attend the ceremonies. (uncle), Milt & Karin Wood

  • January 26, 2024

    Gwen, Harold and family. I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of Aaron. He was an amazing young man. Sending you all big hugs.

  • January 26, 2024

    Ive known Aaron for many years dating back to high school,always a cool guy to talk to,he would always listen to what you had to say and was always interested. Rest in peace Aaron

  • January 25, 2024

    Aaron was literally the only person I ever knew and spent time with that seemed to know almost everyone he came in contact with! While out and about, he knew names and faces, and waved, and shared a quick laugh with almost everyone he saw. It was amazing! I've known Aaron since early elementary school, and spent time with him off and on over the years. I was in utter disbelief when I heard of his untimely passing. My heart goes out to his entire family, and everyone that has been impacted by this loss. I pray that they will find solace and comfort in his memory. I will indeed miss him.

  • January 25, 2024

    I met Aaron in my early 20s. And we were good friends and team mates thru my 20s and early 30s. We played soccer together for years and he also coached myself and my boys when they were young. Aaron was one of the kindest, happiest, funniest and most selfless people I've ever known. He was one in a million. Also had the great pleasure of being around Harold, his dad. They were so much alike. Sending my deepest sympathy to Harold and his family, and to Aaron's wife and children. May God give you all the strength to get thru these rough times. Hope all the fun, loving, happy memories of Aaron help you to move forward and to keep his spirit alive. RIP Aaron. You're presence will be missed by so many whose lives you have touched in such a positive way!

  • January 25, 2024

    I'm so sad to hear this. I have many fond memories from way back, growing up together in Avondale. It was a wonderful neighborhood and we had so much fun. Sincere condolences from my family to yours.

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