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Paul “Aaron” Emge

Birth Date: March 30, 1994
Death Date: September 24, 2017

Paul “Aaron” Emge 23, of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma passed away Sunday, September 24, 2017. Aaron was preceded in passing by his grandparents, Leroy and Margaret “Peggy” Emge. He is survived by his father, Paul Emge of Broken Arrow, OK; mother, Shelley Fornero and her husband Marty of Claremore, OK; brother, Andrew Nobles of Broken Arrow, OK; grandparents, James and Sue Graham of Broken Arrow, OK; Aunts and Uncle, Michelle Mashburn of Bartlesville, OK., Kelly and Lia Graham of Coweta, OK., Elizabeth Emge of Tulsa, OK., Teresa Cantrell of Tulsa, OK., and numerous other family members and friends. Aaron will be dearly missed by everyone who knew and loved him.

Aaron was a well known gamer. He especially loved playing Doom and was one of the best players in the country. He especially loved challenging other players and was always up for a good match. He was very computer savvy and loved building his own computer; including water cooled computers. He loved anything conspiracy related; the show X-Files and he was even planning a trip to Roswell. He liked reading fantasy novels, especially the Forgotten Realm series. His favorite show of all time was Breaking Bad. He was a thrill seeker and was never afraid to try anything new and exciting. He would ride any thrill ride or roller coaster her could! He was a great guitar player. The most important thing to Aaron was his time spent with his family and friends. His dad was his hero and he had a huge network of friends both personally and online. Aaron also considered his pets his family and especially loved his dog Cody, he called him Cody Lou.

There will be a Celebration of Life Memorial Service 3:00 P.M., Saturday, September, 30, 2017 at Floral Haven Funeral Home Chapel.

Celebration of Life Memorial Service
September 30, 2017
3:00 pm
Floral Haven Funeral Home Chapel
6500 S 129th E Ave. Broken Arrow OK, 74012
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  1. Aaron -- You Will be Missed and Never Forgotten

    Written by: Anthony Weed

    Like many others, I had first met Aaron years ago, as a member of the Doom community. Our friendship quickly evolved beyond just Doom though. We quickly discovered similar interests in other things, and have spent countless nights playing video games, watching YouTube videos, or just hanging out in Skype or Teamspeak. I will never forget those fun times. One of these times that really sticks out was a night where Aaron and I sat online, drank, and spent hours watching YouTube videos of emu racing, which shortly before, we had discovered was a thing.

    In 2014, Aaron let me know about how he attended QuakeCon, a video game convention, every year. I decided that it would be fun to meet up with Aaron and attend. We arranged to stay at his place and drive down to QuakeCon the next day. From the moment Aaron picked me up from the airport, we immediately hit it off. We got to his place, in the 100 degree humid weather, and sweated our asses off putting my computer back together, and getting it ready for QuakeCon. That night, we had a blast playing Counter-Strike, and watching movies.

    The next day, on the four hour drive to Dallas, we discovered we had pretty similar interests in music as well. I think we must have listened to most of System of a Down and Eminem’s discography on that drive, while discussing other bands.

    The times we’ve shared at QuakeCon are memories that I will cherish forever. I will never forget how much fun we had not only at the convention itself, but the countless trips to “our bar” at the convention center, the traditional trips to In-N-Out and Taco Bueno, and just hanging out in the hotel room with other members of the Doom community.

    Aaron truly was a great friend. I could always reach out to Aaron about my life’s problems, and always trust him to be honest and caring. even when we didn’t agree on certain topics.

    May you rest in peace and always be in our thoughts and prayers,
    Aaron “DemonSphere” Emge

  2. Water

    Written by: Water

    You were an amazing person who I spent countless nights with sharing stories and making new memories by all the cool things we did together in the games we played. You brought my skill to a new level and basically created your own tier of gameplay that no one I know was able to reach, and I’m probably doing a disservice to all the great things we joked about or participated in by not listing (but I’d easily run out of space if I tried). Will never forget the great memories we had together, rest in peace.

  3. Rest in peace

    Written by: Garret

    Aaron, its been a while since ive seen you but i will never forget all the good times we had when all us buds would hangout about everyday. Those are moments in life that i will charish forever. You were a great person and will be missed dearly. Rest in peace brother. Condolances to Aarons family.

  4. Even though I didn’t have the pleasure of spending as much time with you as others, you were an incredible guy and a blast to hand out with at Quakecon. You brought a positive energy into the group, and you will be missed. Things won’t be the same without you.

  5. I Have no words .. Im so shocked I just talked with Aaron 2 weeks ago… I could know you a little in this year in ZD .Of course we could play many duels and you showed me being a very good player .. also you showed us, you were a good guy I would have liked know you more . We wish you never did that.
    you will always remain in our minds .
    Rest In Peace . my condolences to the Aaron’s family

  6. RIP Aaron Emge you will be missed, I still cannot believe you are gone, this is one of the saddest weeks of my life. We had a lot of good times over the past decade. Late night chats on TS & Skype, playing DOOM, sharing hilarious memes, impersonating other peoples voices, and epic rap battles. I’m really glad we hung out at Ralph’s wedding. You surprisingly had some nice things to say to me and about how that weekend was one of the greatest weekends in your life. You would do the Hank Hill impersonation so excellent and you’d always had that hysterical laugh when I impersonate a certain someone… You were the best at everything I wish you had reached out to all these people that cared about you before your final decision. You were the nicest person ever. I hope you’re smiling wherever you are!

  7. Hopes

    Written by: Hopes

    Aaron Emge, aka Demonsphere..

    Still unable to locate the words to describe just how truly devastated I and your family and friends including the Doom community are by your sudden passing. I never got the chance to meet you, or really talk to you a whole lot, but it’s undeniable that your presence in TS brought about light and positivity, you were and always will be an amazing person in my eyes. All the memories shared on doom and other games, all of us just having loads of fun.. You always stuck out as a person who brought ecstatic laughter and joy to all you were around. I’ll never forget our Moo2D duel or any times that we spent messing around playing games. You’ll forever be missed and loved by all you associated yourself with. Rest in peace brother. See you at the Entryway. Remeber to bring a rocket launcher cause there’s unfinished business and demons that needs taken care of.

  8. Aaron is one of the most honorable and humble people that I was able to get to know. A noble being, that unfortunately took a wrong turn in his journey. I’ve known Aaron for roughly over 4 years, been a great friend. I enjoyed the late night gaming sessions, his jokes, his impersonations of characters, my favorite would be his Hank Hill impersonation, I would cry of laughter. Ah man, can’t believe you’re actually gone, at least you’re at peace and resting better than this disastrous place. I would do anything to bring you back my friend. My condolences to your friends and family Aaron, may you protect us all from this place, doomgod.
    Rest In Peace brother
    Much love.

  9. Godlike

    Written by: Bill steel

    I dont even know where to begin ive never been good at doing goodbyes but i must do it for you this is the hardest thing ive ever had to write im still in shock that it had to come to this… Aaron you were one of my greatest friends and a brother to me ive known you for over a decade as a personal friend and almost 2 decades as a friendly player. Over the years ive played thousands of different games with you and shared so many good memories, you were one of the main people i looked forward to meeting in real life and chilling with i am going to truely miss you so much you dont even know. Even though i never got the chance to meet you in real life i had the oppurtunity to get to know you well online you brought laughter to the teamspeak channel almost everytime you were online you were always trying to make sure everybody was alright even if you weren’t yourself you had a huge heart we all loved you like a brother. Ill never forget the times we stayed up till 4 or 5 am drinking and making stupid raps on ts and getting screamed at by my mom and told to goto bed or the time you accidentally drove through the freshly paved tar and thought the tar guys were gonna find out where you lived and get ya lol. Man i just really wish i couldve done something to help you i know youve been depressed in the past and we used to talk these things over till the sun cameup i just wish you didn’t feel like you had no one on your side i wouldve bent over backwards to help you bro cuz man time doesnt heal all scars this one will stay open till the day i die and meet you at heavens gates until that day there is a spot reserved in my heart for you i will never forget you or your crazy good king of the hill impressions. I hope you found peace and are no longer fighting your inner demons fly high brotha youll truely be missed by everybody down here on earth.

  10. Crazy that we just played king of the hill together last week.. Didn’t know you that well, but you seemed to be a great guy. Sad to see you go. The entire gaming community will miss you.

  11. You are a great guy you left a big impact on the online communities you were a part of. You will be missed. Rest in peace buddy.

  12. Aaron,

    I will never forget all the memories we forged together online and in person. I am very sad to see you go but very happy that every memory I have with you were some of the greatest times of my life. Thank you for being there for every laugh, for every cheer and for every discussion. Your legacy lives on and will not be erased. Your charisma and positive energy propped up everyone around you, and the memory of you will continue to do so. Thank you so much Aaron, we will forever love you and miss you. Continue peacefully onto the next journey.

  13. My condolences

    Written by: Jerred Bernardy

    I never met him but I’m part of a community he was part of, it’s a sad when the world loses someone so young.

    My condolences to the family.

  14. I didn’t really know Aaron that well, I was actually just starting to get to know him a little better since quake con, but he was always hilarious and a lot of fun on twitch and in game in all the games we played, the quake/doom/gaming community lost a real treasure with his passing and my heart goes out to his family and friends. Rest in peace bro.

  15. You were loved more then you will ever know!

    Written by: Katarina W

    Aaron I wish I could be there to see you one last time but can’t because I’m in a different state. So i pray for you and your family. You came into my life when I was 15 you were my first every thing! You taught me a lot . you are such and amazing guy! I will miss you a lot you taught me a lot in the past and the present! You always talk to me when you was down and ask me what was wrong I wish I would of saw it. Your in a better place with people that love you! You will NEVER be forgotten ever! We all love you Aaron Paul Emge! R.I.P
    Love ya,
    Katt

  16. My brother

    Written by: Moisés Reyes

    You always remain in my heart man you made me batter person, ill miss you . Love you brtoher aaron.

  17. Alex

    Written by: Alex

    Aaron was my best friend throughout middle school and high school, He helped shape me into who I am today. He will be missed very much. Rest in peace brother.

  18. Aaron was truly a special guy and someone that I was lucky to have as a close friend. We met playing the game Doom online with each other and we hit it off right away. Then again, it was hard for Aaron not to hit it off with somebody – he was a genuinely charismatic good person. Over the past 6 years, we spent literally thousands of hours together playing all sorts of games, organizing leagues, and another couple thousand just shooting the breeze and making jokes. I was lucky enough to finally meet Aaron in person when he came to Philly for my wedding last September. He stayed for four days and many of us who spent years hanging out over the internet had a great weekend that none of us will ever forget. Aaron was loved around the world and it already feels like a piece of us is missing. I’ll miss you and so will everybody else – you will never be forgotten.

  19. You are now in heaven, you took a piece of my heart with you which can never be replaced but you did leave me something of yourself that I will always carry with me. I love you Aaron!

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