Lovingly Dedicated on May 19, 2013
For his Bar Mitzvah project, The Origin of this Garden began with the loving thoughts of a dedicated brother, Benjamin Beauchamp
Gan Aaron has been created by the loving family and community of
Aaron Klein Stanford Beauchamp
Whom Our Love Remains Eternal
The nine capstones leading you into this garden represent
one year of a beautiful life lived by Aaron Beauchamp.
The tenth stone, comforted by flame, represents the
eternal love that never ceases, the water represents the
essence of life and wonder of youth and the view of the
native wetland beyond represents hope and determination
to move forward.
It is a Jewish tradition to place a stone in memory of your
loved one. You may find several stones already placed upon
the slate Star of David upon which the water flows.
Feel free to follow our tradition in remembering your
On your visit, we hope that you will find peace in the memories of your loved ones, in the celebration of life and in the comfort that only eternal love can give you.
May our community grow stronger in the support & love of one another.
Temple Beth El & The Beauchamp Family
Gan Aaron has been lovingly built as a community effort by all those that loved
Aaron & by all those that can relate to losing someone precious and irreplaceable.
Many thanks to Temple Beth El for donating their land and giving their support to create this space of comfort.