- Grove City, Pennsylvania

April 28, 2010

Aaron M. Moon

Grove City native was Keystone school grad

Allied News

BUTLER — Obituary was published April 24, 2010.

Aaron M. Moon of 3107 Valley Road, Jefferson Township, passed away unexpectedly at 1:06 a.m. Monday, April 19, 2010, in Butler Memorial Hospital. He was 23.

Mr. Moon was born Aug. 24, 1986, in Grove City, a son of Kenneth L. Moon Jr. and Kathy L. Brest Moon.

He was of the Methodist faith and graduated in 2005 from Keystone Charter School, West Salem Township.

Aaron enjoyed sports, having a particular interest in football and basketball. He enjoyed listening to music and being in the company of his many friends.

He attended Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, where he enjoyed socializing and developing a support network.

Aaron cherished the times he shared with his daughter, Nevaeh, who was his pride and joy.

He is survived by: his father, Kenneth L. Moon Jr. and his wife Susan, Fredonia; his mother, Kathy Stiffy and her husband Paul, Mercer; his daughter, Nevaeh Moon, at home; a sister, Tracy Thuranira and her fiancé Everett Burt, Grove City; two brothers, Michael Moon and his wife Jennifer, Franklin; and Eric Moon, Slippery Rock; four stepsisters, Veronica Dippner and her husband Chad, New Holland, Pa.; Deidra Stiffy and her companion Justin Cumberland, Butler; Jessica Stiffy, Grove City; and Amanda Stiffy, Mercer; and a stepbrother, Brian Swope, Philadelphia.

He also leaves: his maternal grandfather, John Brest, Mercer; his paternal grandparents, Kenneth Moon Sr. and Deloris Moon, Mercer; his stepgrandparents, Robert and Ethel Weir, Kinzer, Pa.; and Carl and Donna Stiffy, Mercer; and seven nieces and nephews.

Calling hours were Friday (4-23-10) in Robert L. Snyder Funeral Home Ltd., Fredonia. An online guest register may be signed at

Funeral service was Friday in the funeral home with the Rev. Eric C. Leonard, pastor of Mercer United Methodist Church, officiating.

Cremation was chosen with cremains interred at Findley (Township) Cemetery.

It is suggested that memorial contributions be made to the family through the funeral home.