Glenn Aaron, 51, of May, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Oct. 16, 2017. He died at his home.

Glenn was born on May 29, 1966 in Brownwood, to Wayland Glenn Aaron and Betty Walters. He had been a truck driver for 26 years and was currently employed at Max Mahan in Brady. Glenn loved his job with Max Mahan.

Glenn met and married the one and only true love of his life on Jan. 13, 2010.

He is survived by his wife, Linda of May; his five children, Christy Lechuga of Hobbs, New Mexico, Ashley and Doug Perry of Otis, Colorado, Sheri and Gary Barron of Brownwood, Charlie Walters of Early and Brian Strasser of San Saba; his mother, Betty Walters of Brownwood; seven brothers and sisters, Charles Jr. and Gwen Walters of Early, Ronnie and Bonnie of Longview, Sheila and Ricky Woodcock of Zephyr, Pam and Robbie Martin of Early, Sondra Lewis Diaz of San Marcos, Renee Morrow of Stephenville, and Sharon and John Wayne Stewart of Gatesville. He is also survived by two uncles, Bobby and Dale Aaron of Cross Plains; and aunt, Wanda Aaron Seeton and Kenny of Weatherford. He is survived by eight grandchildren and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. He is survived by his very best friend of many years, Ricky and Brenda Rhea of Akron, Colorado; a very special nephew, Charlie Walters of Early; and best friend for pool playing and too much conversation, Jamie and Cammie Wilson of Lake Brownwood; and his crazy in-laws.

He was preceded in death by his biological father, Wayland Glenn Aaron; his dad, Floyd “Jack” Lewis; his paternal grandparents, Avery Aaron and Auttie May Davis; uncles, Michael Aaron, James Walters and Buck Netherton; mother-in-law, Clara Shirk; and a special niece Jazmyn Rayn Barron and his favorite brother-in-law, Billy Guthrie.

Glenn loved his family and believed in working hard to provide well for his wife. He was a loving man who would help anyone if he thought they needed it. He loved hunting, fishing, and playing pool. He always had his mind churning on new ideas to make something better or to save money. He had so many friends, but he loved riding his Harley with his special nephew, Charlie Walters and his wife, when she could. He spend countless hours on the phone with Charlie and his wife. He will be missed by anyone who knew him. He always looked forward to his yearly vacations with his wife and special sister and brother-in-law, Diane and Billy Guthrie.

Online memorials can be left at www.davismorrisfuneralhome.com.