Aaron Lujan

Aaron Lujan

Nov 3, 1979 - Jun 26, 2022
Aaron entered into rest early Sunday morning June 26, 2022 at his place of residence, 408 S 3rd St. E, Riverton, WY. A wake will be held on Sunday, July 3, 2022, at the Fremont Center located at the Fremont County Fairgrounds, starting at 6:00 pm. The memorial graveside service will be held at 10:00 am on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, at St. Stephen’s Arapaho Catholic Cemetery. The feast will follow at the Fremont Center.

Aaron Condeladdeo Lujan was born on November 3, 1979 to Howard George Lujan Sr. and Janice Rae Lujan-Saunders. Aaron entered into rest early Sunday morning June 26, 2022 at his place of residence, 408 S 3rd St. E, Riverton, WY.

Aaron is survived by his mother Janis R. Lujan-Saunders; Step-father Clarence Saunders Jr; Daughter DeNolia Lujan; Son Alijah J. Lujan; Brothers Adam T. Lujan (Susan Marie Lujan), Howard G. Lujan Jr.; Sister Agnes L. Lujan-Botello, Brother-in-law Norberto Botello; Nephew's Beaushawn Lujan and, Hunter C. Lujan; Niece Torri L. Vaquero; Cousins John Lujan III, Jenny Lujan; Aunt Shirley Lujan, and many more aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Throughout his life Aaron enjoyed being around his family, especially his daughter DeNolia and his son Alijah. He was always making them laugh. Aaron never complained about his pain and suffering, instead he showed joy, laughter and happiness.

Aaron attended college at CWC and went into auto mechanics. He worked hard throughout his life until he became disabled in 2016, where his family took care of him. He had a big loving, caring and welcoming heart, and he took care of the ones that came through his door without hesitation or regrets. Aaron enjoyed everyone’s company and was always willing to give advice and help others that were lost and in need of help without a thought of his own pain and suffering. He played the role of big brother to everyone.

He enjoyed watching wrestling with his daughter DeNolia and all the new movies that came out with his son Alijah. Aaron enjoyed music and was always singing..he even told his family that he was going to audition for The Voice. He was very comical and was always making his family laugh. He was a complicated man whose face never showed his pain or suffering.

We know that God had plans for Aaron and needed him more than we did, and we know that he is no longer suffering or in pain.

Rest in Eternal Peace my sweet Son Aaron. You will be greatly miss by all of us.

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Services under the direction of Davis Funeral Home and Crematory.