Aaron L. Sims

Apr 30, 1954 – Jun 9, 2014

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Aaron L. Sims was born in Los Angeles, CA. to Mr. Robert Sims and Pastor Alice M. Adams. He’s a devoted family man and has a love for cars and coaching sports. He served as President of the board of the Full Gospel Deliverance Center.  Pastor Alice M. Adams preceded him in death, Robert Sims, Malcolm Adams Jr, Billy Ray Sims and Debra Sims. Aaron Sims favorite scripture is PSALM 23. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 32 years, Leona Banks-Sims, three children; Erick Sims, Charnita Sims and Arianna Sims.  Nine grandchildren.  Aaron Sims, has been survived by his loving siblings; Robert Sims, Darnella Sims, Irma Sims, Janis Ross, Carol Williams, and Sharon Tramble.


Viewing: Monday, June 16, 1 PM to 4 PM at Bonney-Watson 1645 International Blvd, SeaTac. WA 98188


Memorial Services: Tuesday, June 17, 1 PM at Church by The Side of The Road. 3455 S 148th St. Tukwila, WA 98168


Repast to follow.


Deborah E Conway
Seattle, WA
Jun 16, 2014

I Am Really Going To Miss You, You were a Kind Person.

Esperanza Resident

Lisa Rankin-Faircloth
Fort Mill, SC
Jun 16, 2014

Dearest Leona, I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of Aaron. I pray that God comforts you, during your time of loss. I'd love to speak with you (253.282.3351). I reside in South Carolina now, yet keep a Washington cell, for easy access for my sons & grandkids.

Much love, Lisa

Pastor Camellia Frye Bogan
St. Joseph, MI
Jun 12, 2014

Our prayers are with you. We know that to be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord. God will strengthen and comfort you during these hours.

Marcus Johnson
Tacoma, WA
Jun 12, 2014

You will be truly missed Aaron. I'm sorry I cannot make the viewing/funeral, but my prayers are constantly with you and your family.

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