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Francis Patrick
Pomar Jr.

April 27, 1946 – August 19, 2023

Francis Pomar
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Obituary for Francis Patrick Pomar Jr.

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Frank Pomar, a beloved husband, father, brother, uncle, cousin, grandfather and friend. Frank was born on a spring day in the Bronx, NY. Frank was welcomed into the world by his parents, Francis and Muriel Pomar. He became a big brother to his younger siblings, Clare, Gerard, Joseph, Jeanne, Mary and Kathleen. He was a devoted husband to Christine, and a loving father to his daughters, Alexandra (Sean), Jacqueline (Ian) and Michelle (Bryan). He so enjoyed being an uncle to his many nieces, nephews and grand nieces and nephews. His presence brought joy to the lives of his grandchildren, Holden, Walter, Owen, Piper and Ryder.

Frank's family and friends remember him as warm, kind, patient and loving. Frank graduated from Iona College, where he met some of his dearest friends. Frank's legacy was shaped by his love for learning. He was a passionate teacher for six years, imparting knowledge and values to countless students. He graduated from Fordham Law School and went on to cultivate a long career in real estate investment banking. Throughout his professional life, he formed life-long friendships with his colleagues and mentees. He cherished reading, traveling, woodworking, biking and spending time with his friends and family. He enjoyed a good joke and laughed almost too loudly. He always took the trip, jumped off the cliff into the water, and rode the waves all the way on to the beach. His passion for life, laughter and shared moments will forever be cherished.

All are welcome to attend the celebration of Frank's life at Lexington Square Cafe in Mount Kisco, NY on Tuesday, August 29th at 12 noon.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Alzheimer's Association. https://www.alz.org/
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