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Aberdeen, SD- Aaron Myles Brawner, 37, of Aberdeen died Saturday, May 2, 2020 at Rapid City, SD.

Aaron Myles Brawner was born April 29, 1983 to Kathy (Davie) and Mark Brawner in Wynne, Arkansas. In 1986 Kathy and Myles moved to Aberdeen where they later met Bruce Boschee and became a family, caring and raising Myles together. He always wanted a brother and in 1995 Aden was born.  Myles loved Aden and shared with him his love of skateboarding, music and all of his cool friends.

Myles attended Aberdeen Public Schools, graduating from Aberdeen Central in 2001. During high school he was a founding member of “ASK BOB” and helped build Aberdeen’s first skate park.

Aberdeen was home base, having also lived in Minneapolis, Wichita but mostly in South Dakota, just recently in Box Elder.

Myles was dealt a difficult hand, struggling with addiction that finally took his life.  But those of us, who knew and loved him, knew him as a loving son and brother, gifted musician, talented writer and genuine good soul.  He had a great sense of humor and wonderful laugh.  He loved his friends, family and most importantly he loved his younger brother Aden.   Myles was blessed with many friends who never failed to love him and try to help him in good and bad times.  You are blessings in our lives.

Grateful for having shared Myles life are his parents, Kathy and Bruce Boschee of Aberdeen, brother, Aden Boschee of Minneapolis, MN, grandparents, Gary and Elaine Fergen of Alaska and many aunts, uncle and cousins throughout the US, too numerous to mention.

A private family burial is planned for Saturday May 9th.  There will be a celebration of his life to be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials.

Carlsen Funeral Home and Crematory of Aberdeen has been entrusted with arrangements.