Aaron Christopher Doyle
Sunday 22nd of March 1981 - Thursday 17th of October 2019
Milward - Southland
391 Southland Dr., Lexington, KY
Aaron Christopher Doyle, 38, transitioned peacefully to be with the Lord on October 17, 2019. Beloved son of Greg William Doyle and Marguerite (née) Hennein Doyle and brother of Andrea Sameera Doyle. Aaron was a gentle, kind soul and beautiful son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend. We will forever miss his inviting smile, infectious laugh, and compassionate heart. Aaron spent his time selflessly in the service of others as a mentor. His non-judgmental, generous spirit was an inspiration to many, and he never spoke a harsh word about anyone. He was passionate about disc golf, tennis, and spending time with family. Visitation will be held on Monday, October 21st from 5-8 PM at Milward Funeral Home, 391 Southland Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. Services will be held on Tuesday, October 22nd at 11 a.m. at Second Presbyterian Church, 460 E. Main Street, Lexington Kentucky, with a visitation starting at 10 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Hope Center in
Lexington, KY (https://www.hopectr.org/donations/) and
to Finding Freedom through Friendship (https://www.finding-freedom-through-friendship.org/donate.html
Doyle, miss you bud. I’m glad I got to call you my friend, and more importantly: a mentor. You loved disc golf more than anyone I have ever met and you loved teaching all you could about it. That right there sums it up. Belt matches (we played disc golf a lot) aren’t the same and especially now I look to the things we talked about and stories we shared about our trials and tribulations because you helped me see challenges in a different light. Through lenses that were rosy red but were able to assess and to think outside of myself. That is the greatest gift and Aaron loved sharing that. To all of his family: we love you and we love Aaron.
Dear Aaron, I never had a chance to meet you, but I know that you are a very warm, kind, and caring person by looking at your smile in your photos, talking to your parents and sister at the visitation, seeing the many people that you helped, and reading what they said about you (saving their lives, helping them escape from a dark place...). I pray that you will be a warm light in heaven and that God will comfort your parents and sister during this time of your passage.
I credit Aaron for saving my life one time. I was in a dark place and he was the only one there for me. I will remember him for the rest of my life.
Im gonna miss my friend, he truly left this world a better place than he came into it..... Love ya Doyle
Gerard & Monique Bocquillonsays
Encore une épreuve et une des plus difficiles a supporter: la perte d'un fils. Nous partageons votre peine. Nos prières vous accompagnent et accompagnent l'âme d'Aaron. With love to all of you. Gerard & Monique.
Greg, it appears that Heaven has received a kind and gentle soul who will be a ministering angel to those left behind. I pray that you will see his influence in the tender mercies which surround you at this time.