Aaron Comford

aaron comford
Aaron John Comford, 39, died of natural causes on November 22, 2020 at his Fargo, ND, home. Aaron was born to John Douglas Comford and Barbara Kruse Comford on March 26, 1981. He grew up in Garrison, ND, and graduated from Garrison High School. He graduated from University of North Dakota with an M.S. in Economics and Finance and was a self-employed Financial Investor. Aaron is survived by his mother and father, by his special lady friend Nina Trinidad, and by several aunts, uncles and cousins. There is no memorial service planned.

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  1. I loved you like a brother Aaron and you will be missed more than you know. The memories and stories of you will live on with me forever and your friendship will never be forgotten. You were my best friend for over 30 years and there are there are so many stories I could write a book. Thank you for being such a good friend to me and a voice of reason all these years. I am grateful to have been a part of your life. R.I.P. Beast..

  2. I am so sorry for your loss Barb & John! I used to babysit for Aaron when you lived in Garrison. We lost our son 3 1/2 years ago so I do know what you are going through. May your many memories of Aaron give you some comfort in the days to come.

  3. Aaron was my U2 Travelling buddy. We saw 10 concerts together travelling to Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Minneapolis, and my hometown of Winnipeg. He shared my passion for the band and their music.

    We also were both fans of the Miami Dolphins and shared a love for playing Tecmo Super Bowl on Nintendo.

    Always made a point to contact Aaron to meet up when passing through North Dakota. We would share stories about life, sports and whatever would make us laugh.

    Aaron was like the brother I never had. I was deeply saddened to hear of his passing. Would love to come and visit you again where you will be laid to rest to give a proper goodbye. I will always cherish the memories I had with him. Love you bud!

  4. There are few things certain in life. At every turn life has brought new me insights and challenges with outcomes unknown but for nearly 35 years one thing has remained the same despite time and distance and that was Aaron. I always knew that no matter what I could pick up the phone and he would answer. There was no uncertainty with it. Aaron was that reliable. Every call we reaffirmed our intentions to get together and regale each other with memories of our youth. Mike nailed it with the amount of stories we could tell. It saddens me we won’t have that chance but those tales will never be forgotten nor will you Aaron. I do not have the words to express the hole you will leave in our lives. Cheers Aaron, you are loved and will be missed.

  5. Aaron,

    You were my best friend, you were my brother, you were the family I chose. I am broken by your passing, and will never again be whole. I love you and I miss you, always.

  6. I only recently found out about Aaron’s passing and it is heartbreaking. We became friends in college and often studied together at Perkins’ Restaurant. I have a lot of fun memories associated with him. Do I remember correctly that he used to have ferrets in college? We would lose touch every couple years and then resume contact again. We started talking again in 2019 and I am so glad that I had a chance to hear about his recent life. He cared about his mom so much. It is unbelievable to me that he is gone. My condolences to his dear parents and family.
    Anna Palmer

  7. Aaron, this breaks my heart to hear of your passing. Like others we would slack on communicating for a time but always pickup right where we left off. I meet Aaron in college through friends and we became instant buddies. I have so many lifelong memories that I will carry with me forever. I will always miss being able to send my friend a random text with a saying, moment in time or just a memory and to have him respond remembering exactly what the text means is true friendship.

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