Aidan John Michael Frosolone of Richmond passed away on January 11, 2020 surrounded by his loving family. Aidan graduated from Mount Mansfield Union High School in June of 2017. He previously worked as a chef at The Hatchet and was currently working as a chef at Stone Corral.
Aidan had a passion for music and was a talented musician. His quick wit and sarcastic sense of humor kept those around him in constant laughter. He was a practical joker who loved to make his mom laugh. He and his mom enjoyed reading books, going to Comic Con and seeing eclectic shows. They attended many concerts together. He would drag his fiancee on single day trips to New York City just to visit a new music store. He would make Ellie crowns of wildflowers to show his love. Ellie was his soulmate and love of his life.
His love for animals was shown by the fact that he loved the most vicious cat to walk this planet. Wherever he went animals flocked to him. Aidan was passionate about good food and good music. He was a creative chef and enjoyed experimenting with ingredients. He liked to hike and could be found on the trails in his converse sneakers. Aidan was deeply loved by his family and friends and will be greatly missed.
He is survived by his mother Jaime Cameron(Carter) and her husband Allan Cameron of Scotland, step-siblings Caitlynn and Aaron Cameron, his fiancee Ellie Carrassi of Jericho, grandparents John and Colleen Carter of Richmond, grandparents Sheila and Bruce Bailey of Richmond, grandmother Karen Carter of Williston and great grandmother Mary Carter of Richmond, grandparents Joan and Richard Frosolone of South Burlington, aunt Vickie Brown and cousin Aerial Brown of Milton, his uncle John Carter of Montpelier, his aunt and uncle Sean and Linsey Herbert and their children Grayson and Silas of Cambridge, Corey and Stephanie Hebert of Cambridge, aunt Melissa Carter of Richmond, aunt Megan Frosolone of South Burlington, Richard Frosolone, and numerous other family members and friends.
We would like to thank the staff at Richmond Rescue and UVM Medical Center for all of the kindness during the difficult time. The emergency department, the staff on McClure four the organ and donation team, with special thanks to Emily, Melissa, Jennifer, Kate, Amy ], Karen and Barbara.
Memorial donations can be made to Richmond Rescue 216 Railroad St, Richmond, VT 05477.
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