Aaron Ferguson, orange, helps his brother, Caleb Ferguson, bat in a Miracle League of Michigan baseball game. Caleb has Angelman Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that limits him mentally and physically.
Aaron is an advocate for people with physical and mental disabilities like his younger brother, Caleb, who has a rare genetic disorder called Angelman Syndrome (read Ferguson's story here). Aaron has learned patience and found new ways to communicate with others.
Because of life's experiences in the Ferguson family, Aaron strives to live a purposeful life and wants to make a positive impact in each community.
When he isn't reporting, Ferguson enjoys traveling and finding what new cities, towns and villages have to offer. He enjoys trying new foods and activities. If a major sporting event is nearby, he's likely checking ticket prices to catch a game. While driving he'll be listening, dancing and singing (not well) to several different genres of music.
Ferguson is active in his church and volunteers his time with the senior high ministry.