Aaron Zimmerman obituary, Death – On Wednesday, January 25, 2023, the unexpected happened when we lost one of our own while he was on vacation with his family. He had been gone since the previous Wednesday. It had been three days since he had joined them. Aaron Zimmerman served with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the municipality of Red Deer at one point in his career.
Being a Mountie was the only thing he had ever done and the only thing he ever wanted to do. Aaron would always treat you as a close friend, regardless of how you were connected to him, whether it was on a personal or professional level. This was true whether you knew Aaron on a personal or professional level. At the party, he didn’t mind being the center of attention or the one who made other people laugh because he wasn’t afraid to do either of those things.
Aaron had the uncanny ability to put a grin on the face of everybody and everyone he came in contact with, regardless of the nature of their exchange. The charisma he exuded and the zeal with which he approached life were without equal anywhere in the globe. In his time with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, he demonstrated a degree of commitment that was unmatched by anybody else (RCMP).
His boys Carter and Tyler, the objects of his pride and joy, will feel a great sense of loss with his departure because they were the ones who raised them. We are left to grieve his departure on behalf of his family, his extended Mountie family, and the woman who was the love of his life and also a member of the RCMP. The family is now coping with some severe financial constraints as a direct result of Aaron’s unforeseen departure in a distant country,
which has caused the family to face some unexpected expenses. No family should have to go through something like this, which is why we are asking for assistance to alleviate any financial obligations that have been forced on Liz and her family, as well as to alleviate the stresses that are associated with the boys’ potential educational paths in the future. We are also asking for assistance to alleviate the worries that are associated with the boys’ potential career paths in the future.
The National Police Federation Benevolent Foundation (NPFBF) is in charge of managing this fund, and the National Police Federation Benevolent Foundation (NPFBF) has promised that one hundred percent of the money contributed would go directly to Liz Chan and her family (I have previously checked this). Check out the link in the caption below, and please know that we are appreciative of any contribution you choose to give. Aaron, I hope you can find some rest. The remaining items are in our custody.