Aaron Michael Deutsch was born on April 18,1996 in Brighton, Colorado to his mom Cynthia Chaney.
Aaron, his mother and older sister Anna lived in Fort Lupton, Colorado until his mother married Tommy Chaney. The blended family made their home in Dacono, Colorado and the addition of his brother Johnathon completed their family. Dacono is where he spent most of his childhood until the family relocated to Brighton, Colorado where he completed his education graduating from high school in 2014. In 2018 he moved with his parents to Coffeyville Kansas.
Aaron passed away on Sunday, March 28, 2021 at CRMC in Coffeyville and will be so missed by many. We said goodbye to amazing, son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, uncle, and friend. Who could ever forget his smile, his awesome personality? He had an amazing love for his family and friends. We all miss you. Till we meet again it is only goodbye for now.
Aaron is survived by his mother and father Cynthia and Tommy Chaney; biological father Ronnie Joe Kalcevic; sister Anna Deutsch (Reynaldo Garnico and Julian Estrada); brother Johnathon Chaney (Mashaya Wagy); grandparents, Genevieve and Dennis Deutsch, Jeanette Mclaughlin, James Langley, Glenn Mclaughlin; aunts, uncles and cousins; Anthony and Jennifer Matone , April and Chris Tischler (Meredith H, Trevor H, Addison T, Jason T, Katelyn T.), Valerie and Brandon Ellifritz (Aubrie E, Addison E.), Robert Deutsch (Alicia Deutsch), Daniel and Mariel Deutsch (Paige, Emily, Avery, and Sheri), Christine and Christopher Santisteban (Brayden, Emma and Adrianna), Elizabeth and Mahonri Jaussi (James, Katalina, Abigail and Mitchell), Dennis Deutsch. Jamie Langley Lund (Erica & Aubrey, Brooke Langley), Angela Johnson (Ellen, Michele and Zariah). Aaron was preceded in death by his uncle Alex Deutsch.
Viewing will be at 1 pm on Friday, April 9, 2021 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 507 Mulberry St. Independence, KS 67301, prior to Funeral Services beginning at 2 pm. Internment will immediately follow at Spring Hill Cemetery in rural Coffeyville. Family and friends can also view services via YouTube https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCDKH5iQJbVD-pvVHfCvSPKw or via Facebook Live on Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel page. The family has requested contributions to be made to the family to help defray cost and cards are encouraged to be sent to his siblings. To leave an online message of condolences please visit www.fordwulfbrunschapel.com
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