Friday, April 05, 2019 at 10:00 AM
Paperman & Sons
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Susan Bakerman Witt - 15 days ago
Arron's loyal friendship towards my father was evident during the last two weeks of my fathers's end of life. He would be at his bedside every morning, until a family member arrived. When my father's memory started to decline at the time of the changeover from Federal to Provincial care and they had to move their rooms, he became very confused and Arron helped him thru this transition. He would remind him of meal time to make sure he wouldn't miss a meal. He accompanied him to all social activities and even helped him win the Big Jackpot Bingo's. Being as meticulous as he was, he managed the finances of their Loto partnership for many years. I always looked forward to our conversations about everything and anything, be it history, religion, politics and all other subjects. I will truly miss him and keep him forever in my memory.
Alvin Segal - 15 days ago
To The Baum Family my deepest condolences. You should all know Aaron was the last surviving name on our Peerless Clothing Roll of Honor plaque which hangs in our office till this today. I was told he worked in our cutting room when he enlisted in the Canadian Air Force. Aaron brother Hymie also enlisted and never returned home. His younger brother Harry taught me all about the cutting room when I started working at Peerless in 1951. Peerless own The Baum Family a great deal of gratitude. Alvin Segal
Herb Katz - 15 days ago
I remember Aaron well. He was the double first cousin to my mother Anne and was close with her brothers Hymie and Shimmy with whom he grew up and served in the RCAF. He was a link to the Baum family, to my grandmother Ety and his mother and Ety’s closest friend Ida, and my grandfather Zelig and his brother and Aaron’s father Lieb. Another, and almost the last link to that past. May his memory be a blessing.
Alan Lawrence - 16 days ago
Uncle Arron was my closest uncle growing up in Montreal and I had the opportunity to visit him in Kiryat Shemonah, Israel where he was studying at Ulpan. Fond memories of picnics in the Laurentian Mts. He is now in a peaceful place and reunited with those family members who transitioned. God bless.....
Mary Huberman - 16 days ago
To the whole Baum family My deepest condolences to you all and may you know no more sorrow. Aaron will be sadly missed but will always be in our hearts. He was a fantastic person I loved seeing him at Rosa's especially at passover. His Knowledge of history his stories and his jokes were fantastic and he was so strong even through his health problems. He always has a smile on his face. I was honored to be part of that family through my Uncle harry and Aunt Ida
Barbara Bakerman (Frost) - 16 days ago
Aaron was a kind and loyal friend to my late father Louis Bakerman at the Steiger Residence in St. Laurent, and at the Veteran's Hospital where they resided on the same floor. Sadly, he took the passing of my father very hard. We will remember the many stimulating and interesting conversations we enjoyed with Aaron over the years, as well as his strength, resilience, and positive attitude when dealing with his health issues and limitations in his last years. Our condolences to the family. Barbara and Aaron Frost