Aaron Boese was born on January 15, 1980 in Seattle Washington. He grew up in Edmonds, Washington, as a student in the Edmonds School District parent teacher co-op program during elementary school. He then attended Meadowdale Middle and Meadowdale High School, graduating in 1998. Aaron developed a love for music during his school years. He excelled at the trumpet and while at Meadowdale high, was named to the multi-state All Northwest band for his trumpet play. Aaron also grew to love many sports, particularly soccer, which he played for Meadowdale high. He was also a big fan of the Seahawks and passionate about playing golf.\n\nFollowing high school, Aaron attended Western Washington University, majoring in business and graduating in 2003. Aaron's passion for music led him to learn to play guitar during his college years. He even became a guitar playing member of a band that became a favorite of local establishments in his late college years. \n\nAaron had a passion for life and liked travelling and imbedding himself in different cultures. During high school, he was a foreign exchange student to Germany. Following college, he travelled to many parts of Asia, including Thailand, and Malaysia. He also spent a year in Taiwan teaching English as a second language to students there.\n\nAaron's business career began with Loud Technologies, a music industry company, fitting right in to one of his passions. Within a year he quickly rose from Inside Sales Representative to District Sales Manager - position that led to his move to Florida. \n\nAaron went on to work in Sales at Sigmet Corporation, and for many years worked for Riedel Corporation, a German company, as National Sales Manager - Sports USA. Aaron had a flair for selling and excelled at all of these positions.\n\nMost recently Aaron worked in the Salt Lake City area where he was a Senior Account Executive for ReposiTrak, a Software as a Service enterprise. Aaron often said that, next to Seattle, Salt Lake City was the favorite place he had lived.\n\nThough his life was cut short at just 42 years, Aaron had a zest for life and an adventuring spirit. He was able to see and experience many parts of the USA, as well as the rest of the world. He was a great uncle to Kaylee and Daniel who are Aaron’s sister Kim’s children. He was someone that was noticed and liked by nearly everyone he met. And to those who knew him, he will always be remembered.\n\nAaron leaves behind his mother - Teri, his father – Doug, his sister – Kim, his niece – Kaylee and his nephew – Daniel.\n\nA memorial is in the planning stages, the details will be announced a later date.