Anthony Pomales

A.J. Pomales 52 years old. It is with intense and agonizing sadness to say that we have tragically lost a beloved son, brother, and uncle. He was a man of honor, soulful artist trying new ways to improve himself in life. Gifted songwriter, talented photographer, dreamer, on a journey to be his best. Constantly creating, working in and with nature, cultivating plants, desiring to farm and garden-to be off grid. Health food gourmet, Protector of those he loved, active in social awareness, avid sports enthusiast ( yet gentle giant, generous giver, always helping anyone in need or any strays he came across.

He loved the simple things in life and just wanted to create and live a peaceful fruitful life in a beautiful environment.
A.J. is survived by his parents, Jonas and Elena Pomales; his sister, Marie Messner, and brothers: John and David, and his 9 nieces and nephews whom he loved dearly.

As he would say: “Perfectly imperfect”, ” Humbly learning, discovering, growing, living.”.

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