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Michael A. Pomer

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  Of York, ME. Passed away September 19, 2022, with his family by his side. Michael was born on December 19,1957 at the Whidden Memorial Hospital in Everett, MA to John and Jean Pomer, also of Everett.

   Michael graduate from Everett High School in 1975 and attended night classes to become a 3rd generation plumber and worked along his father John in the early years of his career. He married the love of his life, Joanne, in 1991 and started a family that included 3 children. They moved to York, ME in May of 2003 to continue the life they had built.

   In addition to his mother Jean, he is survived by his wife of 32 years, Joanne; his children, Michael T. Pomer & Krista Sorabella of North Reading, MA, Nicolas D. Pomer & Kayla Tondreau of Kittery, ME and Lauren M. Pomer of York, ME. His brothers John Pomer and his wife Jeanee of Atkinson, NH and their children John and Jessica; Stephen Pomer of Groveland, MA and his children Emily and Eric; and Vincent Pomer of Everett, MA and his children Vincent and Amanda.  He is also survived by two great-nieces, numerous cousins and dear friends.

   He is predeceased by his father John, who passed away on September 11, 2021.

   Michael was a dedicated family man that prioritized his wife and children above all else. His perfect summer day was catching some rays on the beach and in the winter, lighting a fire and lounging on the couch with his wife. Sundays were reserved for Patriots football with his two boys. He enjoyed working on his yard and garden and always made sure the bird feeders were full! He got to see his eldest son graduate college and his younger son serve as a veteran in the US Army and follow in his footsteps as a 4th generation pipe fitter. He watched his daughter graduate high school, then cosmetology school as she starts her career. He was able to meet his two sons’ girlfriends, whom he considered daughters. He was immensely proud of his children and would like to be remembered as a loving friend, son, brother, father and husband.

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