Aaron Presberry

Aaron L. Presberry

Mar 10, 1952 - Apr 4, 2020
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Aaron L. Presberry age 68, passed away from this life to be with the Lord Saturday April 4, 2020. He was born in Toledo, Ohio on March 10, 1952 to Andrew and Ophelia Presberry.

Aaron accepted Christ at a young age and was baptized at the age of 9 years old. He grew up in the Church of the Living God C.W.F.F., pastored by his grandfather and then his father.

Aaron attended Lincoln Elementary School, Robinson Junior High, and graduated from San Diego High when he and his family lived in California. He also received an Associate Degree of Biblical Studies in Toledo, Ohio from McKinstry Midwest College of Theology in June 2016.

In his early years he worked for Toledo Edison. In October of 1986 Aaron began a career with the state of Ohio at Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital as a Therapeutic Program Worker. In January of 2000 he went into corrections at the Toledo Correctional Institution where he later became a Lieutenant. He retired from Toledo Corrections and went to work part time at Costco August 2007 – July 2009. In July 2009 Aaron returned to the State of Ohio at NOPH to work until he retired again in July 2019.

Aaron loved sports. He played football for San Diego High. He was an Ohio State fan and He loved the Oakland Raiders now known as the Las Angeles Raiders. He also liked to fish and golf. In his younger years he did photography, videography and was a DJ. He liked cooking, baking and he loved firing up the bar-b-que grill for his family.

Aaron was happiest spending time and traveling with his wife Wanda and daughters Alexandrea (the apple of his eye) and Casey. He especially liked to attend his grandkid’s basketball games. He was always a hard working family man. He was faithful, he was a man of his word and a man of integrity. He was genuinely happy, loving and had a smile as big as the sun. He was a strong towering force that covered his wife, family and household and yet he was gentle and kind. He was always laughing and poking fun at someone because he got a kick out seeing others smile and laugh. Aaron had a loving spirit that ministered to others everywhere he went. Aaron along with his wife Wanda and daughter Casey joined GHDT Worship Center (Toledo, OH) under Bishop Pat McKinstry on Sunday September 25, 2012. He was an Elder in the church and a faithful minister. He absolutely loved his Bishop, Overseer Luther McKinstry, and his church family. He was a member of the Hospital Ministry and was over the men’s ministry (“Mighty Men of Valor”) at the Worship Center. His favorite scripture was Romans 8:18 “For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the Glory which shall be revealed in us.”

Aaron was preceded in death by his parents Reverend Andrew and Ophelia Presberry, his sister Andrea K. Davidson and his son Winston ShaRo’n Johnson.

He leaves to cherish his loving memory his wife, Wanda Presberry; daughter, Alexandrea Presberry (the apple of his eye); bonus daughter, Casey Ingram; grandchildren, Ahmarianna and Antione West; Sisters Lana (Dennis) Bell; Dorthea (Charles) Reed and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends. He will truly be missed by all who knew him.

There will be a memorial service for Aaron at a later date once we have come through these trying times.
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Yahana Ramsey-Evans

Posted at 01:55am
My name is Yahana Evans I working in the dietary department at NOPH and I would look forward to his great jokes and him always saying “it my lunch time too I’m out of here .” Love to see that wonderful smile that helped you finish your day out. You will be greatly missed and remember by all

delynda jasinkowski

Posted at 06:34pm
My prayers to you all for comfort in this very difficult time . Lt Presberry was an AWESOME supervisor, great man , and he will be missed so very much by all who had the pleasure of knowing him im sure. I salute you SIR ! RIH with the LORD , watch over all of us as we carry on without you . Jasinkowski

Quinn Peterson

Posted at 09:41pm
My prayers and condolences to the Presberry family 🙏🏾 I worked with Aaron at NOPH, he was always a book of knowledge and never mind sharing his testimonies to share a lesson. He was full of so much joy when he spoke of his wife, children, grandchildren and traveling. I remember when his wife put him on a healthy eating habit and he came into work with a bag of red, yellow and orange peppers 👀 I said what are those? He said try one and I've add them to my snack list every since. Aaron will be missed he was a great coworker, and Union Brother , again prayers to his family and prayers to my NOPH family 🙏🏾

Faith Ferkel

Posted at 07:37pm
I really enjoyed my time working with brother Aaron at the NOPH while I was a nurse there. I am sorry I did not get to meet his wife Wanda but he talked about her a lot! I send love and prayers to the family and church family and may you be filled with the peace of God that passes all understanding. I look forward to seeing him again in Heaven with all those who trust Christ as Saviour. Until the day God calls us Home! Sincerely Yours, Faith Ferkel, RN

Beverly Barnes

Posted at 07:24pm
Aaron will truly be missed
Condolences 🙏 and prayers to the entire family for your lost. I have the pleasure of working with Aaron at TMHC. Beverly Barnes

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