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Aaron T. Creech

January 17, 2001 ~ May 20, 2021 (age 20)

Obituary

   Aaron Tyre Creech was born to Lee and Carol Creech Jr. in Boston, Ma on January 17th, 2001. He attended Newton Public Schools and graduated from Newton South.  Aaron was attending Lasell University studying Criminal Justice.   As a little boy he was fascinated with police officers and always wanted to be a police officer, he pursued that dream when he attended Lasell in hopes of one day serving in criminal justice and the public.

    Aaron was christened at Holy Tabernacle Church by Bishop Arthur F. Jack in 2001. At only 3 years, old Aaron was part of the HTC Junior Choir. He always did whatever was asked of him - always obedient and never gave any problems.

    Always an independent person, Aaron’s first job was at the Cheese Cake Factory. It was despite his mom's opposition because he needed to be financially independent.  His hobbies were basketball, shopping, listening to music, playing video games, and watching comedy and action movies. He loved a good laugh and of course sleeping and long showers were tied for first.  He was given the nickname ‘Cavity’ because he loved to eat candy, chocolate chip cookies and Ben & Jerry's Half Baked.

    Aaron was a special young man who loved his family.  He was a quiet and gentle soul who kept to himself. He was kind and seen as the peacemaker in his family.  His biggest responsibility was to always make sure his mommy was okay as she was the apple of his eye and of course the love he had for his father was outstanding. He was his brother's keeper and was liked by everyone.   He continued that care in his protection for his sister and the love he had for his girl cousins, especially Tailah.

    Aaron leaves to cherish his memory: parents Carol and Lee Creech Jr.; 8 siblings: 6 brothers Sherard Coleman, Lamar Coleman, Lee Creech III, Lee and Jamal Jabbaar and Tyler Johnson and 2 sisters Shaqueta Burke and Isabella Creech; a special Sister/Cousin Tailah Martin; 2 grandmothers Carolyn Cox and Frances Creech; grandfather Lee H. Creech Sr.; great grandmother Lula Mae Creech; his pet dog T’Challa; 2 godmothers Felicia Scott (Aunt), Tanisha Green; 2 godmothers who preceded him in death: Murtonda Durant and Rita McNeil; a godfather Deacon Philip Wyche; 3 nephews, 4 nieces, and a host of other relatives and friends.

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Services

Visitation
Friday
May 28, 2021

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Holy Tabernacle Church
70 Washington Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02121

Funeral Service
Friday
May 28, 2021

11:00 AM
Holy Tabernacle Church
70 Washington Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02121

Video is available for this event


Interment
Friday
May 28, 2021

1:00 PM
St. Michael Cemetery
500 Canterbury Street
Boston, MA 02131

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