Livonia teen loved outdoors, family time

Livonia teen loved outdoors, family time

There are 7 comments on the Hometown Life story from Feb 22, 2007, titled Livonia teen loved outdoors, family time. In it, Hometown Life reports that:

Aaron Poirier was an outdoorsman. He liked hunting, wakeboarding, chopping wood, and being in charge of the campfire at his family's cabin in Gaylord.

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alex rios

Harper Woods, MI

#1 Feb 25, 2007
aaron was one of my best friend's, we shared so many laughs. He's just a great person and I will always remember him.
mary martin

AOL

#4 Apr 28, 2007
I am so sad about what happend and i hope that the family is okay. My whole family misses him and it will never be the same with out him
Bob

United States

#5 Jul 26, 2007
Missing you bud. :(
Joe

Lakeland, MI

#6 Aug 6, 2007
What was the guy thinking when he propelled himself off that ramp/jump and flew 60 (SIXTY FRICKING FEET) up into the air and hit a tree? Was he drunk, high, or just plain stupid to do something like that? Pick one. His stupidity forfeited his life. Glad dad was there to try and stop his son from even trying such a stupid thing. Other than this bit of truth, which many people can't accept, I do feel sorry for him thou.
brian

Dearborn Heights, MI

#7 Jan 21, 2008
joe your just an idiot, mabe you should find out what really happend before you go say stupid stuff, your and idiot and thats not was happend at all
bob

Lakeland, MI

#8 Apr 12, 2008
brian wrote:
joe your just an idiot, mabe you should find out what really happend before you go say stupid stuff, your and idiot and thats not was happend at all
Read the newspaper report and it did say he jumped a snow ramp, flew 60 feet into the air and landed in a tree, Knob.
Kyle

Livonia, MI

#9 Jul 16, 2008
I was there. He jumped nothing. People always believe the media. The investigative reporter believes that his ski's POSSIBLY left the ground for a few feet. The 60 feet came about because it was 60 feet from where he left the groomed trail to where he impacted the tree. Do the math people - to lauch a 500 LB snowmobile with a 200 Lb rider 60 feet you would have to be doing 80+ MPH. His track never left the ground.

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