Aaron Borchelt obituary: Aaron Borchelt death happened December 3, 2019 after he lost his battle with ALS – Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. He was only 37 years old.
ALS is also known as motor neurone disease (MND) or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Aaron Borchelt was a great sports professional. Aaron made sports events great from backstage, leading & teaching dozens of volunteers for Missouri Valley and NCAA events. He left us too soon, but his legacy will endure.
Aaron Borchelt death was announced by the Missouri Valley Conference in a statement that read:
The Valley mourns the loss of a true friend to all.
Long-time Missouri Valley Conference volunteer Aaron Borchelt passed away yesterday after losing his battle with ALS.
Our condolences go out to Aaron’s family and all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Aaron Borchelt Obituary:
We are consoled that he was a man of faith in God and lived as an example of Christ’s love.
Please say a prayer for his grieving family as you read the tributes below:
We had a death in the CPH family yesterday…Aaron Borchelt, our brother in Christ. We are praying together this morning knowing we grieve but not as unbelievers grieve.
If you have a moment, would you mind praying for Aaron’s family and his extended CPH family?
The Lutheran South Basketball program would like to send its deepest condolences to the family of Aaron Borchelt (Class of ’00).
Aaron ran the clock and announced at basketball games for over 10 years.
He was a great part of our program and we’ll miss him at the desk this season. #lhssalumni #oncealanceralwaysalancer #lancerfamily #lancerbasketball #lhssstl
Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord… Rev. 14:13
Lord Jesus, I thank You for people like Aaron Borchelt and the example of Your love and care he was to me and so many others. Knowing Aaron was another reminder that You give me more than I deserve. Thank you for the way he faithfully served the LCMS Youth Gathering and so many people here in St. Louis and abroad.
Thank You for calling Aaron to your saving grace in his baptism and using him to reflect Your life and love while he walked this earth. I know it feels too soon to those who knew him, but we trust in Your perfect timing.
It is with mixed emotions that I post per the loss of my friend, Aaron Borchelt. So many wonderful memories at Teens Encounter Christ (TEC).
I remember us rewriting the TEC songbook, years ago, and Aaron telling me we needed to do it while having Ted Drewes as inspiration! 😁😍. (For those outside of STL, that is incredible frozen custard!).
A man of faith in God and lived as an example of Christ’s love. Although he has lost his battle with ALS, he is singing with Pastor Ron, right now. Love and blessings to all this Advent Season.