Aaron Lamore Obituary, Death – Aaron Lamore’s life was taken from him in a senseless act of violence. Aaron Lamore’s birth took place on January 19 in a more remote part of Winger, Minnesota. His parents, Tony and Julie (Ripp) Lamore, were there to welcome their first child. Aaron attended Mahnomen for all four years of his secondary schooling and graduated from there. He delighted in toiling away in the fresh air with various kinds of heavy equipment. He put those skills to use while working in the oil fields of Alaska, installing fiber-optic cable, working as a farmhand, and even co-owning a pole building construction firm up until the point where he sustained a series of back injuries that left him in constant pain. After that, he was unable to work due to the pain in his back.
Aaron’s most recent occupation was that of owner and operator of a semi-truck; throughout all of Aaron’s travels, he was joined by his loyal canine companion, Dexter. Aaron’s most recent occupation was that of owner and operator of a semi-truck. Aaron’s favorite way to spend time with his family was at the lake, where they would engage in a variety of water sports and activities, including wakeboarding, tubing, jet skiing, saunas, and campfires. He was the kind of guy who could make anyone laugh and smile at any given moment, and he had an enormous love for his family. He was the type of person who could make anyone laugh and smile at any given moment.
Aaron Lamore was a loving and devoted father to his two children, Aiden and Liam Lamore, who brought him the most happiness and served as his greatest source of motivation throughout his life. Aaron is survived by his sons, as well as his soulmate and fiancée, Kelsey Bingham, as well as his bonus son, Wesley Bingham; his parents, Julie and Tony Lamore; his sisters, Kayla Lamore (Jay Amin), and Lisa Lamore; his grandmother, Marie Ripp; his dedicated friends, Megan Morlock (mother to Aiden), Gabby Morlock, and Drew Renna; and a large number of aunts, uncles, and cousin. Aaron’s great-grandfather, James Ripp, and his paternal and paternal grandmothers, Arnold and Joyann Lamore, all passed away before Aaron was born.