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Aaron Michael Dempsey

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Aaron Michael Dempsey

Wenatchee, WA

Aaron Michael Dempsey was born in Wenatchee, WA to Mike and Lorna Dempsey, on September, 3 1977. He became a member of Christ, the Child of God, and an inheritor of the Kingdom of Heaven on November 6, 1977, in the Sacrament of Holy Baptism.

Throughout most of his life he attended the Free Methodist Church in Wenatchee. He also loved to attend church with his mom and step dad at Faith Lutheran (LCMS), where he often received the sacrament of Holy Communion. Aaron confessed Christ as his Savior. He believed in the power of prayer. He believed that Jesus truly loved him and died for his sins. He had a truly child-like faith. Aaron loved to serve the Lord in His church, welcoming people through the doors.

Aaron loved being with his family, and traveled to many places in his life. He especially loved Orcas Island, where he remembered spending so many summers as a child. Aaron blessed many people with his sense of humor and concern for others. He loved attending the Wenatchee Wild hockey games and was a huge supporter of Wenatchee Sports in general.

Aaron was preceded in death by his father, Mike; and two grandparents. He is survived by his mother, Lorna Osborne of East Wenatchee; brother, Shon Dempsey (wife Sarah) of New York. Other beloved family members include, stepmother, Jill Dempsey, stepfather, Dean Osborne, three stepsisters, three aunts and two grandparents.

Aaron Michael Dempsey was embraced in his full salvation by his Savior Jesus Christ on the night of February 11, 2014. He now joins the Saints in Heaven in the praise and glory of God, for all eternity.

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