Aaron Frisbie was born on October 12, 1978 in Odessa, Texas. He was an active youth and enjoyed football, band, and pole vaulting where he went to State with Lewisville High School. He was a fun adventurous friend, up for trying something a little crazy like jumping off the roof with trash bags as parachutes. He also enjoyed fishing and hunting.
He joined the U.S. Army in 2004. He had a deep respect for his country, set from the example of his grandfather's twenty years of service, as well as a brother and sister in the service. He served for eight years earning the title of Specialist, including his role as an Armor Crewman. He sustained back and neck injuries in a combat zone in Iraq that led to many health issues, including chronic pain, PTSD, and depression for the remainder of his life. He took up an interest in photography and enjoyed developing his talent.
He loved his country, as well as all things Texas. He was a big Rangers fan and enjoyed going to games with his wife and son. Most importantly, he loved the Lord Jesus Christ. One of his favorite stories is about the army of Stripling Warriors because of the faith and testimony they learned from their mothers.
He will be greatly missed by all who knew him, especially his wife, Amy and his son Jacob. Thank you for your support.
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