Needham, MA – A longtime resident of Needham, Massachusetts, Aaron Krug unexpectedly passed away on February 15, 2023, at the age of 51. We learned about this from the tributes that friends and family members put on social media. With each and every one of his numerous hobbies and endeavors, Aaron was able to reach a high level of accomplishment. Some of the activities covered in this program include gardening, soccer, music, cooking, building, and fixing whatever you can think of.
The Massachusetts resident was described as a great individual who has a good heart and a great personality. He had two children, and having them was the greatest pleasure and satisfaction he had ever experienced. Stacey, Aaron’s wife, and their sons Hayden and Rowan will always hold a special place in their hearts for him, and cherish their memories of him. They will also hold a particular place in their hearts for Aaron’s parents.
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Funeral Service of Aaron Krug
Funeral Service at Butrimantzy Cemetery, 776 Baker St., West Roxbury, MA on Friday, February 17, 2023, at 2 pm. Following services a memorial observance will be held at the home of his parents Shelley and Neil Krug, 112 Damon Rd., Needham, MA, and Saturday 7-9 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the MSPCA.
Needham is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. A suburb of Boston, its population was 32,091 in the 2020 U.S. Census. It is the home of Olin College. Needham was first settled in 1680 with the purchase of a tract of land measuring 4 miles (6.4 km) by 5 miles (8.0 km) from Chief Nehoiden for the sum of 10 pounds, 40 acres (160,000 m2) of land, and 40 shillings worth of corn. It was officially incorporated in 1711. Originally part of the Dedham Grant, Needham split from Dedham and was named after the town of Needham Market in Suffolk, England.
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Forty men who lived on the north bank of the Charles River abruptly requested separation from Dedham from the General Court just 15 months after requesting their own church. In their petition, they criticized the poor quality of the churches and schools that were offered. Additionally, they claimed that they would face political retaliation if they were reduced to the status of a precinct rather than an independent municipality.
Dedham attempted to lessen the amount of land the separatists were seeking, but it acknowledged that the services were insufficient and did not object to the separation. Dedham also requested a one-year postponement. But, the General Court sided with the petitioners and established the new town of Needham with the proposed original limits.
Yet, the unallotted lands in Needham belonged to those who stayed in Dedham, and any reduction in taxes would be offset by a reduction in spending. Separating themselves from individuals on the other side of the 1704 power struggle may have also provided some satisfaction.
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