Obituary of Aaron Calvert Northrup
NORTHRUP, Aaron Calvert
November 1, 1970 – April 24, 2022
With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of Aaron Northrup on Sunday, April 24, 2022, at the North Bay Regional Health Centre.
He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 27 years, Sandra; his children: Daniella and Gibson; his sister Kendra (Danny). Aaron will be dearly missed by his Aunt and Uncle, Trudy, and Rick Stanton; his in-law’s, Bob and Gwen Daniher; sister-in-law Cheryl (Vic), brother-in-law Rob; Uncle Bubba to Kailey, Harlee, Carlee, Veronica, Bennett, Abigale, and Layla. Great Uncle to Sophia and Savannah, Dear cousin to Colleen (Mike) and their children Jack and Will, Meaghan (Steve) and their children, Lauren, Sam, and Charlie.
Aaron will be missed by so many extended family, co-workers, colleagues and friends, especially Dan Webber, Brian Crown, Al Kraft, Al Boyle, Ray Yelle, Chris Dawson, Ivan Ryman, John Schultz, Robin Gendron, Dan Tremblay, and Dejon Campbell.
Predeceased by his father Murray Northrup; grandparents, Calvert and Nellie Northrup, Ilene Martin and Aunt Ilene Lawrence.
Aaron was a Staff Sgt, who’s career with the North Bay Police Service started in 2000; working in many sections including: Patrol, Street Crimes, Dare, Traffic and Training (just to name a few). He was dedicated to the Service for 20 years, and he took great pride in mentoring and recruiting on his own for the Service. Aaron took pride in his roles with the Police Association and created many great friendships. Aaron also coached many sports at West Ferris and in the community, including softball, soccer, volleyball, and basketball, even if neither of his kids were on the team.
The family is forever grateful to the North Bay Police Service, the North Bay Ambulance Service, the North Bay Fire Department, and the staff at the North Bay Regional Health Centre.
A Celebration of Aaron’s life will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2022, at Osprey Links Golf Course, 2:00pm to 5:00pm (207 Osprey Crescent, Callander, ON P0H 1H0)
Please wear a Hawaiian shirt or wear an article of clothing Aaron bought for you as the dress code is casual!
In memory of Aaron, donation’s may be made to All Heart Pet Rescue (where he got Lilo, the dog he “didn’t want!”) or to KidSport North Bay to continue Aaron’s legacy and love of sport, giving every child an opportunity to play sports and be the best they can be. **Cheques Only**
***Everyone is encouraged to wear a facemask.