Aaron Arthur Rubio was born April 6, 1982 in Idaho Falls, ID to Susan DiGrazia (Karg) and Arthur Rubio. He was a joy to his family when he was born, the second child, and he and April were inseparable playmates, spending the majority of his early life involved in church activities. He attended both private and public school, as well as was home schooled. He was very outgoing, loved watching and participating in sports, fishing, dogs, and was full of energy and loved learning. Aaron’s parents divorced when he was 9 and Aaron was raised by his mother along with his sister and two brothers. While his mother was earning her degree, he spent his fourth grade year living with his beloved aunt, Roxanne and uncle, Gordon Boyle. As a teenager Aaron had a rocky period but when he turned 18, he returned to church and spent time with his father.
He attended Calvary Chapel Bible College in Budapest, Hungary where he met the love of his life, Anita Soria. During his time with CCBC he traveled a great deal. He was able to see some of Eastern and Western Europe, Israel, Egypt and Ethiopia. He and Anita married on August 20, 2005 and spent their first year together as interns at the college. They then moved to Swansea, Wales where they served as missionaries for Calvary Chapel. While in Wales, Anita gave birth to their first child, Carys. After a year in Wales, they returned to the United States and settled in Reno, NV where their son Daniel was born. Not long after, they moved again to Idaho Falls, where their youngest daughter, Kyndra was born. In 2016 Aaron and his family moved to Tucson, AZ.
Aaron eared an AA degree from University of Phoenix in the technical field and thrived in his career at IGT, Comcast and Intuit. He moved into sales in the most recent period of his life. Aaron had a prolonged struggled with isolation and depression and he and Anita ultimately separated. He remained a devoted father, but sadly Aaron’s struggles resulted in his passing on October 17, 2019. He will be remembered for his devotion and knowledge of the Word of God and theology, his kindness and loving heart. His family and friends will miss him greatly. He is survived by his wife: Anita Jeanette Rubio (Soria), his children: Carys Amalia Rubio (12), Daniel Rubio (11), and Kyndra Joy Rubio (8) of Tucson, AZ; his mother Susan DiGrazia, his father Arthur Rubio of Reno, NV; his sister April Freeman of Battle Ground, WA; his brother Austin Rubio of Reno, NV; and his brother Jordan Rubio of Phoenix, AZ.