Obituary of AARON SOME
Aaron Some passed away on January 7 in Boca Raton, Florida, surrounded by his loving family.
Aaron Some was born in Newark and was a lifelong resident of New Jersey and Florida. He lived in Livingston for many years and recently moved to the new Del Webb senior community in Florham Park. He resided in Florida for 10 years at Valencia Palms in Delray Beach and for the last 6 years at St.Andrews Country Club in Boca Raton.
Mr. Some was a graduate of Hillside High School and Upsala College in East Orange. He had an MBA degree from NYU. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force Reserves and served on active duty in the Berlin Crisis.
Aaron Some was well known in the travel business locally and throughout the world. He was the founder and CEO of Some’s World of Travel, Group Travel International and Achievement Incentives & Meetings. His companies handled large groups of people traveling to exotic destinations. In his years of semi-retirement his passion was taking relatively small groups of personal friends on intimate trips to some of his favorite destinations. Participating in one of Aaron’s “Group of Friends” trips was always a memorable experience.
Aaron Some was an avid boater, spending many summers at his beach house in Loveladies, NJ. He was also an active member of the Garden State Yacht Club in Hopatcong, NJ. Aaron loved socializing. Besides his many close friends at the GSYC and in the communities where he resided, he was a member for 55 years of a very special and creative group called the “mystery club” that still meets regularly in Florida and for an annual get together in New Jersey.
Aaron Some is survived by his wife, Adeline (nee Bloom) Some, his children Michael and Danine Some of Randolph, NJ, Valerie and Elliot Kaufman of Boca Raton, Florida, and Leslie and Matthew Wank of Scarsdale, NY. He is also survived by seven beloved grandchildren - Adam, Rachel and Jessica Some, Ross and Brett Kaufman, and Jordan and Sam Wank.
If you wish to make a donation in Aaron’s memory to support prostate cancer research at Michigan Medicine click on the following link: