MSgt Aaron Torian, Raiders, USMC Special Operations
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A narrative about MSGT AARON TORIAN:
Aaron Torian was a believer.
He believed in his God.
He believed in his family.
And he believed in the men he fought alongside…..his friends.
Master Sergeant Aaron Torian , 36, died February 15, 2014 from injuries sustained during combat training operations while serving in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. A native of Paducah, Kentucky, Aaron was born June 28, 1977 and was a 1995 graduate of Thomas Stone High School, in Waldorf, Maryland, where he was a standout baseball and football student athlete. He was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Tennessee-Martin where he graduated in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in Health and Human Performance. While a graduate assistant football coach at Tennessee Tech University, he met the love of his life, JurleyPomeroy, to whom he is married. Aaron was respected and loved by everyone he met and worked with. He was an amazing father, a dedicated husband, the best friend you could ever want, and a loving son. Words cannot express how much he will be missed by all.
In 2006, the former Reconnaissance Marine was named 2nd Marine Division’s 2005 noncommissioned officer of the year following what his commanders called a stellar performance during Operation Phantom Fury — the brutal 2004 fight to wrest control of Fallujah, Iraq, from insurgent control. Thisdistinction recognizes Marines who excel in job performance, physical fitness and leadership skills
Master Sergeant Aaron Torian is survived by his wife Jurley and three children, nine, four, and two years old. Assistance can be sent to: The Torian Family Fund. UBS Financial Services. 1985 Eastwood Rd. Suite 110 Wilmington, NC 28403
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