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Aron M.
Roush

  • Visitation- Friday, December 3, 2021 from 5:00-7:00pm

    • HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME (9200 So. 27th St., Oak Creek)

  • Celebration of Life/ Time of Sharing at 7:00pm

    • HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME (9200 So. 27th St., Oak Creek)

Aron M. Roush passed away November 21, 2021 at the age of 58.  Loving son of Harold and Joan (nee: Skonecki) Roush. Survived by his dear sister Renee King and proud brother Michael (Raelynn) Roush. Further survived by cherished niece Lora (George Cerny) King, and the love of his life Linda Sroka.  Long time friends Tom, Donny, Mark and all of the “boys on the bikes”, other relatives and friends.

He loved to travel with his “partner in crime”, Linda, to his favorite beaches, casinos and music venues. And when out and about town with Aron, you always had to be sure to have a $5.00 bill to throw in the kitty to buy Pull Tabs hoping to win enough to pay the bar tab at the end of the night.   He looked forward to the annual Up North boys fishing trip with his dad, uncles & cousins.  He spent a lot of time fishing Aron’s Channel Inn trying to catch the illusive “Lunker” (the giant fish that seemed to always getaway) and untangling fishing lines from the tree branches which didn’t matter as it always resulted in a few great fishing stories.

Dedicated employee, of over 25 years, at Digital Color. He was a Jack of all trades and spoke very fondly of his work family.

His Harley was his pride and joy, his baby.  His on the road adventures took him off the beaten path and less traveled roads seeking out the questionable, local dive bars to swap stories with the bartenders.  Preparations for any ride always included shining up the chrome and making sure the Wisconsin Motorcycle Guide coupon book was packed in the saddle bag.  It was tradition that the last ride of the year was a ride around Wind Lake.

Visitation to be held Friday, December 3, 2021 from 5:00-7:00pm at HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME (9200 So. 27th St., Oak Creek) with a Celebration of Life and Time of Sharing to begin at 7:00pm. Everyone is invited to join us to toast Aron as he takes his final ride.

Please feel free to bring or upload a favorite photo of Aron as well as your fun memories from Aron’s Channel Inn.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to: Wind Lake Volunteer Fire Department (7857 So. Loomis Road, Wind Lake, WI  53185).

“I Love the Life I Live, I Live the Life I Love.”

3 Comments

  1. Kimberly Sroka November 28, 2021 at 9:29 am - Reply

    Aron had the ability to make people laugh and smile without even trying! Linda brought him to family gathers and from day one he became family! He was such a loving guy that knew how to have a good time! He fit in perfectly with everything! I’ll miss his goofy texts during football season in the family text! 🥰 RIP Aron- you will be dearly missed but never forgotten 😘

  2. Paul Baudhuin November 28, 2021 at 11:36 am - Reply

    I worked with Aron for most of those 25 years and appreciated his enthusiasm for everything he was asked to do and excelled at his job. He was always fun to be around and made the best of the most difficult situations. He is missed. We love you, man!

  3. James Knudson November 28, 2021 at 2:00 pm - Reply

    RIP Aron, You’ll truly be missed by all that knew you, We’ll all be together one day. You have given many laughs and loves to families and friends. Ride the sky ✨.

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