Aaron Beecher Hale

August 9, 1981 - February 23, 2019
Aaron Beecher Hale

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Aaron Beecher Hale, 37, passed away February 23, 2019.

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  • February 25, 2019
    F Davis says:
    I am sorry for your loss. Praised be the God of our Lord Jesus, the Father of tender mercies, and the God of all comfort Jehovah, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God, 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4. May He surround you in his loving care. Please accept my condolences.

  • February 25, 2019
    F. Scott Conant says:
    Losing Aaron February 23 was the culmination of a 7 week struggle. He is finally at peace and pain free. Lynn and I are beyond numb. We feel terrible for Aaron’s family. Aaron was a force field in Wilmington during our time with him from 2012-2018. His humor and high energy swept us into Aaron Orb. He stirred the pot with us in Wilmington, Charleston and Southport. High jinks ruled. Still, he remained a gentleman. Sensitive and thoughtful. Caring. I wish he had shared his demons with us. Aaron was stoic in wearing his happy mask. The darkness finally prevailed. We miss you. You have left a hole in our hearts. But, as Bobby Reville said recently, you will grow old with us because your spirit remains vivid and everpresent. Goodbye, dear friend.

  • February 25, 2019
    Autin Byrd says:
    Aaron Hale was one of my closest friends when I lived in North Carolina between 2011 and 2014. We shared a love of wine, history, and Christopher Hitchens. I always appreciated his quick wit and willingness to help those around him. I looked forward to the weekly knock at my front door on Sunday mornings before we would head out for our standard ritual of brunch and an afternoon at the pub. Shortly before I departed Carolina, he gifted me a Laguiole corkscrew after he found the quality of mine to be lacking, which was very much in keeping with his character. We stayed in touch over the years, despite the distance, and I will miss him. It is with great regret that I look back on this recent period and the fact that there was little I could do to help. Farewell, my friend.

  • February 25, 2019
    Anne Chappell says:
    Loved working with Aaron as a rep for Bridgewater Wines...I will miss him so...God Bless his dear friends and family❤️

  • February 26, 2019
    Greg Koenig says:
    I met Aaron when he moved to Wilmington the summer of 2007 through one of my best buddies, Will Thompson who is from the same hometown as Aaron and were good friends over half their lives. We hit it off immediately as our mutual friend Will Thompson thought we would. Our new friendship lead to 3 great years, mainly in the spring/summers as we spent most of our time on my boat. Countless belly laughs and silliness as we were the 3 Amigos. Will & I still find it hard to believe that he is no longer with us. Aaron was a standup guy that would have a friends back mo matter the situation. We had a funny thing called “moose knuckles” that we did anytime something sent us into a belly laugh. For whatever reason, that was our thing. His energy & enthusiasm made countless people smile during his lifetime. I will miss him. My thoughts and condolences are with his family. Rest in peace Aaron.