Robert Aran Obituary (2021) – Los Angeles, CA

November 3, 1929 – October 5, 2021 Robert (Bob) M. Aran 91, Scottsdale, Arizona, died October 5, 2021. Bob was born in Detroit, Michigan on November 3, 1929, and his family moved to Santa Monica when he was 14, attended Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica City College and played on their A tennis team. Started law school in Southwestern when drafted into the Army Communication Division and served as a sergeant in Korea for two years. Upon his return, he studied at Southwestern, BA from Pepperdine Univ. Upon graduation, Barbara married Kramer Davis, with whom he had two sons, Jeffrey (Cairn), Keith. Started his law firm in Santa Monica and later in Beverly Hills. Was chairman of the Executive Committee of Public Law Section of the State Bar of Californian. Author of Chapter 2.5 of the California Business and Professional Code, helped Governor Deukmejian draft legislation in 1983. Former President Pacific Palisades B’nai B’rith and Bay Area Jewish Community Center. Legal counsel for the California Sign Association for 30 years. In 1971 Natalie married DeSure. In 1998 he retired to Scottsdale Arizona. Was a member of the City of Scottsdale Redevelopment Board, Judge Pro Tem at San Tan Court House. Member of Troon Country Club since 1993. Bob loved playing golf, dancing with his wife and a Los Angeles Lakers fan who had season tickets since arriving in LA. Robert was previously deceased by his parents Irwin and Celia. Survived by Mrs. Natalie and children Jeffrey (Cairn), Keith, Kari Dart (Sean) and Kym Valene. Brother Kenneth (Marge), sister-in-law Mona De Sure. Grandchildren, Michael, Michelle, Jessie, Samantha, Aldo and Cienna, cousins ​​Joan Feldman (Paul), Larry Aran (Reisa) and nephews and nieces. Thank you to the Covid staff at Honor Health JC Lincoln Dunlap and to the wonderful staff and friends at Shadow Mountain Memory Care and AMHA Hospice. Please get vaccinated! Donations can be made to Banner Alzheimer.

Published by Los Angeles Times on October 10, 2021.

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