Aaron Louis Lieberman
Born January 12, 1933 in Philadelphia, PA. Aaron Louis Lieberman died peacefully at home in Santa Barbara surrounded by his family on June 21st. He is survived by his beloved wife Carol Spungen of 32 years, his children Andrew Eban Lieberman and Jane Lieberman Lorin, grandchildren Abbie, Alex, Elliot and Eric Lieberman, and Jenna and Mara Lorin, sister Marilyn Gray and numerous nieces, nephews and in-laws. His son John Keith Lieberman of Philadelphia preceded him in death.
Aaron invented the patented U-Seal-It Vending Machine, which distributed U-Seal-it plastic laminate and other flat products across North America in most of the national chains from 1958-2000. He was a true entrepreneur in possession of many patents including his most recent, PhotoCard, a product distributed world-wide.
Aaron, a philosophy graduate of Penn State University was “cool before cool was cool”. He loved good food, cars, politics, and photography but most of all Aaron loved his family and friends including his life-long friends of over 60 years.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Life Chronicles of Santa Barbara or Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Santa Barbara.
Arrangements By McDermott-Crockett Mortuary