Aj McGee Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of the sudden passing of AJ McGee on June 17, 2023. AJ, the beloved son of Davette and Anthony McGee, Sr., and cherished brother and best friend of Carly McGee, left this world far too soon. He was a source of light and joy to all who knew him, and his absence will be deeply felt by his adoring family, including his grandparents Helen Shaw and Rose and the late Bill McGee, as well as his aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
AJ’s journey began at St. Philip Neri grade school, where he cultivated a thirst for knowledge and a vibrant spirit that would define his life. He later graduated from Plymouth Whitemarsh High School, carrying with him a love for learning and a zest for life. Embarking on his new career as an electrician with IBEW local 269, AJ found fulfillment in his work, starting his professional journey with MJF and later joining the team at Armour & Sons Electric.
Those who had the privilege of knowing AJ understood that he lived life on his own terms. His free-spirited nature allowed him to march to the beat of his own drum, and he approached each day with a smile on his face. AJ’s infectious personality and zest for life made him the life of every party he attended. His presence filled the room, and his contagious demeanor left everyone with a smile and countless memories. Laughter followed AJ wherever he went, and his jokes and antics would leave cheeks hurting and eyes watering. His ability to bring joy and happiness to those around him was truly unparalleled.
One of AJ’s many talents was his singing prowess, and he rightfully earned the title of the “karaoke king.” Whenever a microphone was present, AJ would seize the opportunity to showcase his vocal abilities. And if he wasn’t singing, he was undoubtedly dancing. Gracefulness was not a prerequisite for his dance moves, as any space with a two-foot radius instantly transformed into a stage for AJ. Whether it was a backyard, a bar, the beach, or even the confines of a car, AJ’s infectious energy and love for music and movement knew no bounds.
During the summer months, AJ found solace and happiness at the beach, riding jet skis, and enjoying long rides on his motorcycle. He possessed an adventurous spirit, always seeking new experiences and creating cherished memories with his friends and family. AJ had a myriad of hobbies, but spending quality time with loved ones was undoubtedly his favorite pastime.
In honor of AJ’s extraordinary life, a celebration will be held on Saturday, July 8th, from 4pm to 8pm at the Great American Pub, located at 123 Fayette St, Conshohocken, PA 19428. This gathering will serve as a testament to AJ’s impact and the love he shared with all those fortunate enough to have known him. The memorial service will commence at 5pm, and attendees are encouraged to dress casually, reflecting AJ’s laid-back and carefree spirit.
As we come together to celebrate AJ’s life, let us remember the joy he brought to our lives, the laughter he shared so generously, and the love he spread wherever he went. Although his time with us was tragically brief, his legacy of living life to the fullest will continue to inspire us. In our hearts, AJ’s memory will forever shine bright, reminding us to embrace each day with a smile and an unwavering zest for life, just as he did.