Condolences - Aaron Andrew Reding
So very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers sent to you all.
Sending my thoughts and prayers of sympathy with the Reding family on the passing of Aaron. I had the privilege of working a bit for the Reding family as a high schooler in West Bend; then would visit with Aaron and Ashley when we would cross paths some 30 years later while serving the soybean family and attending national soy meetings. It's only fitting that Aaron was called to his eternal home during Holy Week; we all seek to be called into God's presence at the resurrection, which we celebrate with anticipation each Easter. God bless Aaron and the Reding family during this difficult time. Know that so many care, including your friends and family in Iowa!
My condolences to all of the Reding family. I was fortunate to live near Aaron as a kid and to attend school/4H with him. He was always quick with a laugh and enjoyed a good debate on tractors or the LA Rams.
How Aaron's life mentors us to live every day with passion for Faith, Family and Agriculture - Love, condolences and prayers to the Reding Family-
In memory of a life well lived while surrounded by loving friends and family. Our most heartfelt sympathies.
Prayers and hugs to our wonderful neighbors. Aaron left an amazing legacy for his family and he surely will be missed.
So sorry for the loss it in my thoughts and prayers
I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers of strength and courage for you and your family.
I got to know Aaron when he was president of the Kentucky soybean Association. I knew he was going to be a rising star. There was something about his personality that just drew you towards him. I always enjoyed visiting with him and looked forward to seeing him at future events. I still remember when he told me about his diagnosis. I am glad he had the time he had. He was a real fighter with a positive attitude. He will be missed. The world is missing one kind soul with him gone.