In Loving Memory

Aaron David Markizer

Aaron David Markizer
September 27, 1969
July 21, 2019
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Our sincerest condolences to Loydy, Zachary and Katelyn on your loss of Aaron as husband and father. He was an inspiration to all of us as a man of faith and a man after God’s own heart! His “...entrance into the eternal kingdom...was abundantly supplied!”
2 Peter 1:1 - 11
Randy and Roxie Moore
Chappell Hill, TX
For the short time I knew Aaron, he was always a joy to be around, and extremely helpful. He always welcomed me with a smile, and always had something important to say, which I've truly appreciated. He was my Brother-in-Christ, and I know he is in God's Kingdom at peace. My deepest sympathies go out to the Markizer family. God Bless you Aaron.
William Whitman
My the grace of god settle the sorrow and bless you all with peace and love he is with the lord now no more pain just love
Kathie breneman
Brenham, TX
My baby you do not know how deep my pain is. I wish I could be there with you. Your hands are so pale!!!!in your coffin and to see you lying there is very painful for me.You are so alone....Remember when you told me not to worry about anything that you would take care of me while we were riding in the car going home and we were alone? Well Ari I tell you my love that very soon I will be with you, I promise......MOM
zoraida economopoulos
Loydy I am so sorry for the untimely passing of your beloved husband. May God comfort you and your family during this time of great sorrow. God bless.
Debbie Arbitman
Boynton Beach, FL
Deepest sympathy
Sandra and Grover Sebastian
Brenham, TX
Sweet Markizer family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. You have been an amazing, loving family as you've cared for our brother, Aaron. He will leave a big hole in all of our hearts. Praying for you to be comforted by the Holy Spirit. We love you guys, Jeff and Tracy
Tracy Kamprath
Chappell Hill, TX
I would like to extend my deepest sympathies and prayers to your family. I had the pleasure to get to know you all during the time that Katie was a student at Brenham Junior High. Mr. Markizer was a kind man and both he and his wife should be commended for raising two wonderful children. Katie, please know that I am sending you lots of hugs and prayers.


Mrs. Amy
Amy Colvin
Denton, TX
My dear brother! May you rest in eternal peace! You are home now! I miss you with all my heart! I’ll see you again one day. You will always be in my heart! Love you to the moon and back!
Yospa Markizer Abin
Miami, FL
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