Condolences for Aaron Archer Legum

Henry and Helen Acosta posted on 4/30/19

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Kathleen Wilson posted on 3/18/19

Nicole & family, You have all been in constant thought and prayers and will continue to be. Sending our condolences. Much love.


Debbie Twine posted on 3/15/19

Dr; Legum and Family, Tommy and I will continue to keep you all in our prayers,


Joyce, Ken, Lott Mason and Family posted on 3/14/19

The Legum Family, We were shocked to hear about Aaron. Great Memories of Lott, Aaron and the boys growing up in Wilson Heights. Prayers for your family.


Michael and Linda Ifko posted on 3/12/19

Doc, Michael and I were so sorry to hear about your son. He sounds like a wonderful man! Prayers for you and your family.


David Higgins posted on 3/11/19

My deepest condolences to the Legum family. I will always have fond memories of Great Bridge and Wildcat basketball thanks to Aaron.


Ann Everton posted on 3/11/19

Larry, Linda and family, So sorry to hear about Aaron. Sending prayers to all of you.


Tammy Hankins posted on 3/10/19

Our deepest condolences to the Legum family. Keeping your family in thought and prayer during this difficult time. The physicians & staff at Nephrology Associates of Tidewater


Matt Papka posted on 3/10/19

Our sincere condolences. There are so many fun memories we all have shared. We love you all. See you soon. Matt Elena and Nicholas


Joan Steele posted on 3/9/19

My heart hurts in learning of this news about Aaron. Such a wonderful man, father and husband. My love and prayers go out to Nicole, Ashton, Anderson and the rest of his loving family. I cannot imagine your pain. My fondest memory is of Aaron arriving at the gala in a blue seersucker suit with a bow tie. This memory makes me smile every time. What a guy!!!


Carolyn Geske posted on 3/9/19

My deepest condolences and prayers are with you Larry and Linda and the entire family. God bless you all and keep you strong.


Holly Williams Krantz posted on 3/9/19

Doc and Mrs. Legum, I’m so sorry to hear of Aaron’s passing. I’ll be keeping your entire family in prayer. I can tell from all the notes I’ve seen, that Aaron meant so much, to so many.


Harold Zedd posted on 3/9/19

My deepest condolences go out to the Legum family. I am so sorry for your loss. You are in ,y thoughts and prayers.


Eric Shea posted on 3/9/19

Nicole, Ashton, Anderson, Doc, and Linda you have all been on my mind extensively since Aarons passing and often during the past year. I will keep you all in my thoughts in the coming months as I wish for you the best memories always.


NANCY TILLERY posted on 3/9/19

The memories of Aaron and of all of children Todd Kristen and Courtney growing up in Great Bridge together, Running and riding bikes on Woodberry and Vanette, I will cherish those memories,


Lucia and Rick Raucci posted on 3/8/19

Our hearts are broken and we send our deepest sympathy to the Legum and Frederinko families and will be keeping you all close in thought and prayer. I had the privilege of working with Aaron for many years but even more importantly for both my husband and I - we were privileged to be able to call him a friend. We have many fond memories one of which involves Preakness and our very first introduction to a gin bucket ... such great memories we will never forget . So thank you our friend for letting us be a small part of a life lived with no regrets . You will be greatly missed -OVM will never be the same . You fought a brave fight but now rest in God's peace.


Jane Miller (Dr. Selden) posted on 3/8/19

So very sorry for your loss. May God be with the Legum family.


Chuck Buyrn posted on 3/8/19

Deepest condolences to Legum family... Will be in my thoughts and prayers and as time passes hopefully the good memories resonate and live on...


William and Terri Goff posted on 3/8/19

Dr. Legum and Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.


David L. Jones posted on 3/8/19

My deepest condolences go to the Legum family. I hope that with the passage of time, your sadness will turn into many happy memories of Aaron.


Serena Post DeMallie posted on 3/8/19

I was so sad to hear of Aarons passing as I did not know he was sick. My brother, Tommy Post, and I both remember him fondly from high school. He was always smiling or laughing and kind to everyone. People just loved being around him. Thinking of his family at this sad time and lifting them up in prayer. May God comfort you all as Aaron rests comfortably in God's arms.


Sue Gressley posted on 3/8/19

Family of Aaron, may he RIP and you find comfort during this difficult time. Prayers to all. Sue Gressley(Shaun Todd's Mom)


Charles and Carol Higgins posted on 3/8/19

Larry and Linda, You are in our thoughts and prayers. We remember Aaron playing basketball at Great Bridge and graduating with our son, David. Our hearts are hurting for you and your family.


Harry and Diana Munari posted on 3/8/19

Dear Larry and Linda, So sorry to hear of Aaron's passing. We remember seeing him at Great Neck Park summer before last when we were there to see our grandson play Ashton's team. Our deepest sympathies to you and Linda and your family.


Kenneth and Linda posted on 3/8/19

Dr Larry and Linda we send our deep and sincere sympathy in the passing of your son Aaron. May your memories help you through this very sad time. we will hold you and your family up in prayer. Sincerely, Kenneth and Linda Taylor.


David Barton posted on 3/8/19

I join a large number of people who were lucky enough to be friends with Aaron in offering condolences to his family. Among several others who lived in the Cushing dorms our freshman year at Hampden Sydney, I got to know Aaron well in a short period of time. We all spent countless hours playing cards in the dorms, laughing incessantly at his antics, traveling to nearby schools and listening to the awful rap music he loved at the time. Thanks to Aaron, EZ E is always a few clicks away on my list of favorite music. I recall several road trips to his home, my home in Jacksonville Florida, his contagious sense of humor, enthusiasm for life, and his pat response well suited for any occasion “come on man!” I’m truly bummed we didn’t do a better job keeping up all these years, and particularly sorry to miss that he was ill. Aaron was one of a kind. Best wishes to all of those closest to him.


Scott Riggs posted on 3/7/19

My heart goes out to the entire Legum family on the passing of a husband, a father, a son and a great college friend. Know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Deepest sympathy.



Ann & Emily Davis posted on 3/7/19

So sorry for your loss


Jeffrey Rhodes posted on 3/7/19

Thoughts and prayers and my deepest sympathies go out to the Legum family, his wife and children. Aaron was an outstanding person, always had a smile and a warm friendly demeanor. He was a great athlete and an honor to compete against and I was fortunate to be a teammate on the Great Bridge baseball team when we won districts in 1989. I’ll never forget him jumping into my arms after we won that game. Rest In Peace Aaron. You were beloved by all that came into your presence.


Shailesh Shah posted on 3/6/19

I am deeply saddened to hear of Aaron's death. He and I have shared ten rewarding years together as business associates, I am a Real Estate Broker and he was our Money Bag, became as close as brothers. He never would let us fail in transaction. He knew how to do financial engineering. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. If Shraddha (my wife) and I can help in any way, please give us a call. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them- we never going to forget him.


Crystal Zelasko posted on 3/6/19

Aaron was an outstanding man and always fun to be around, he always had a smile on his face that was contagious. Everytime I "just push the button" I will think of him! May you rest in peace my friend <3


Rich Bernarde posted on 3/6/19

The thoughts and prayers go out to the Legum and Federinko Familes. Aaron was a great person and I owe so much to him for all that he did for me and my career. He was a bright light at every event and had such a generous heart and spirit! I will miss my friend!


Eddie GOSMAN, Sr posted on 3/6/19

Our deepest and most sincere sympathy to our friends the Legum family. No one can understand your pain but we pray God will send His Comforter, the Holy Spirit to you in His fullness, and the sweet memories brought to mind will allow you to gain rest and peace. We love you and are praying for you.


Aunt Mary Jane, Uncle Max, Cindy, Tammy and Max, Jr posted on 3/6/19

I have so many sweet memories of a wonderful nephew. Your first airplane ride to Syracuse, New York to visit us when you were almost one year. You grew into a handsome, smart, funny, loving and great young man. You will forever live in our memories, and in our hearts