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Dax Miquel Aguilar passed from this life on April 10, 2021 at the age of 50 in San Diego, California.
Dax was born on September 29, 1970, in Pawnee, Oklahoma the son of Manuel Aguilar and Judy Janel (Harshburger) Love. Dax grew up and attended school in Cleveland, Oklahoma, graduating from Pawnee High School with the Class of 1989. Following high school Dax began working as a traveling welder manufacturing storage tanks. In March of 1990, Dax was united in marriage to Susan Marie Coleman in Skedee, Oklahoma and to that union there are five children Kegan, Kelsey, Raquel, Jeremiah and Ethan. The couple established their home in Cleveland where they raised their children. For the past five years Dax moved to California where he continued to reside.
Dax enjoyed going to the river spending time with his family camping at Keystone Lake and the Arkansas River on weekends. Hunting was also a pastime he enjoyed and teaching them how to shoot. Going on the walking trail for walks and riding his bicycle was also things he enjoyed. His brother Berkley was his best friend and the two would spend weekends at their grandmother's home. Dax liked to run and completed numerous 5k's and marathons.
Survivors are his four children Kelsey Aguilar of Cleveland, Oklahoma, Raquel Aguilar of Cleveland, Oklahoma, Lance Corporal Jeremiah Aguilar USMC stationed in San Diego, California, Ethan Aguilar of Cleveland, Oklahoma; siblings Berkley Aguilar of Norman, Oklahoma, Deedre Adson of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; three grandchildren Jade Graham, Silas Graham and Emecca Kline. Dax was preceded in death by his father Manny Miller, Janel Harshburger, one son Kegan Aguilar and one granddaughter Halen Graham
Services will be held 11:00 am, Friday, April 30, 2021 at the Western Heights Baptist Church with Pastor David Head officiating. Friends and family may visit an online guest book and memorial page for Dax at www.chapman-black.com.
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