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Aaron David Neason

August 23, 1994 — April 9, 2023

Aaron David Neason, born August 23, 1994 to Brian Foster and Carrie Neason Dempsey, went to his heavenly home, with his soulmate, Leslie Rogers, after a tragic motorcycle accident on April 9th, 2023.

Aaron became a big brother in 2000, when Trendall Noel was born. Aaron graduated from Groesbeck High School with honors in 2013. Soon after, he was enlisted in the Marines and stationed in San Diego, California. He then went to North Carolina for MOS training in logistics. After heading home from North Carolina, he met the love of his life, Leslie Rogers. He had served eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. He and Leslie moved to Pearland, where he went to San Jacinto Community College to obtain his Associate Degree. He also took several classes at the University of Houston. He and Leslie then returned home to Limestone County. He had different jobs, but finally found the job he loved in Medical Waste Transport. Aaron and Leslie then moved to Waco, Texas, where they were residing at time of death.


Aaron loved riding his motorcycle with his friends. Some other activities he loved were woodworking, outdoor camping, and fishing with his father, Brian Foster. Aaron loved going to Panama with Brian, surfing, and fishing. He always loved to read and talk about history. He loved animals, and they had two cats of their own. He loved coming to family dinners every Sunday at his mother’s house. One of the highlights of his life was proudly being a marine.

He was preceded in death by the love of his life, Leslie Rogers; grandfathers, Charles Neason and Robert Noel; great grandparents, Alice and Fred Decker, Annabelle and D.C. Foster, Aleen and Reg Williams, and Tracy and Frank Durham; uncles, Tommy Neason and Bill Foster.

Aaron is survived by his mother and stepfather, Carrie Neason Dempsey and Larry Dempsey of Thornton; father, Brian Foster of Pearland; brother and sister-in-law, Trendall and Chelsea Noel of Groesbeck; brothers, Kane Dempsey of Lubbock, Brandon Dempsey of Kerrville, and Taylor Dempsey of Dallas; cousin, Jaycee Goddard of Thornton; grandmothers, Martha Neason Johnson of Thornton, Pauline Poff of Kerrville, and Bonnie Noel of Groesbeck; grandmother and grandfather, Saundra and Charles Foster of Pearland; aunt and uncle, Lana and Richard Ponce of Fairfield; aunt, Sherri Masters Brouillette of Thornton; and numerous other aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Visitation with the family will be from 2:00-4:00 p.m., Saturday, April 15, 2023 at the Central Baptist Church in Thornton. The funeral service will begin at 4:00 p.m. with Reverend Brandon Verm officiating.  Interment will follow in the Thornton Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be Trendall Noel, Brandon Dempsey, Ashton Cook, Randal Masters, Kyler McClatchy, and Mackenzie Masters.  Honorary pallbearers will be Kristopher Masters, Mason Riggs, Zackery Waddle, and Clossie Johnson.     

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