Aaron Christopher Davila (39) went to his eternal rest on Wednesday, December 19, 2018. Aaron was a native of Austin, Texas, but for the past six years shared his life between Austin and Hollywood, California. He had been living and working in California on a variety of goals and projects focused mainly on healing and wellness. Aaron recently graduated from the National Holistic Institute in Studio City, California, as a massage therapist. He was also developing his holistic products and services business.
Never one to sit idle, in addition to his massage holistic/therapy work, Aaron supported himself working as a concrete carpenter. In his free time, Aaron loved woodworking and created beautiful furniture that his family will treasure as a reminder of his talent and creativity. One of the things Aaron loved about both Austin and California was the ability to connect with nature. He loved to be outdoors, and on any given weekend you could find him in one of many state parks.
Aaron is greeted in eternity by his grandparents Bert and Sarah Guerrero, Sr., and Antonio and Angelita Davila, along with several aunts and uncles.
Those of us who live on to cherish Aaron’s memory include his parents Jesse and Rachel Davila, his sister Jessica Rodriguez (husband David), brother Dwayne Davila, widow Krystal Davila, sons Aaron C. Davila and Aiden C. Davila, his girlfriend Sarah Johnston (California), daughters Kayla A. Davila (mother Victoria), Hailey B. and Natalie R. Davila (mother Amanda), son Grayson E. Davila (mother Jeni), nephews Jesse D. Davila, Tyler A. Davila, Jaylun D. Davila and Trinton J. Davila, along with a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.
Recitation of the Holy Rosary will be held on Monday, January 7, 2019 at 7:00pm, at All Faiths Funeral Services. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 11 am at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with OLG Friar Florencio Rodriguez officiating. Interment Committal Services will follow at Cook Walden-Capital Memorial Park Cemetery, 14501 N. IH-35, Pflugerville, Texas.
Honorary pallbearers are Jesse Davila, Tyler Davila and Xavier Cruz. Pallbearers are Brian Pleasant, Rene Garcia, Joe Allen Perez, Nick Nguyen, Eddie Valdez, Jacob Juarez and Jeremy Castillo.
We want to extend our appreciation and would like to thank all of our family and friends who were by our side during this unexpected and challenging time of sorrow. A special thanks to Mr. Youngquest and family for his generous love and help with Aaron’s funeral, as well as Yolanda Aleman-Limon and numerous friends and family from Lockhart for their support and donations. Thank you to Mr. Gilbert Cavazos and staff at all Faith’s Funeral Home for their gracious assistance and guidance, as well as the beautiful service. Thank you also to Mike Borrero and staff at Mike’s Formal Wear for their generosity and service.