Alexander “AJ” Imo, passed away unexpectedly on April 13th at the young age of 25. AJ was born on March 15, 1997. AJ is survived by his Parents; Kristy & Darryl Pelchat, Biological Father; Ron Imo, Siblings; Veronica, Nick, Sara, and Tony, Nephew; Nolan, Grandparents, Susan & Paul Nason, Chuck & Marlou Imo, Pat Hall, Linda & Norm Nissen, and numerous Aunts, Uncles, & Cousins. He was proceeded in death by his Grandfather, Ric Hall, Great grandmother Margaret Hall and Aunt Janice Gilford.
AJ’s loves were his music, playing guitar, and creating his own music and lyrics. He also loved traveling to Chicago, Detroit, and Cleveland to see his favorite bands play in concerts. AJ loved fishing with his sister Veronica (and it was always a competition!) He truly just enjoyed life, he never let it get him too riled up and rarely ever stressed. Was absolutely a “momma’s boy” (actual lyrics in one of the songs he wrote) and always a true and dedicated friend to those he kept close.
AJ had his two fur babies by his side when he left this earth. His rescue kitty Luna, and his faithful dog and companion Steele as AJ had a true love for animals as well. We will miss our AJ tremendously, his laugh, his kind heart, his sense of humor, smile, and certainly his absolute favorite saying of all time. “Wow Dude”.
We know he is up in heaven telling us in his typical “care-free” AJ fashion, as he had so many times in the past.
“Don’t worry, it’s gonna be ok”
“Be good to each other”
And the one thing he never forgot to say when leaving. “Love You Guys”
Donations can be made to Castillo Funeral Home to assist with services.
A celebration of life will be on Saturday, April 23, 2022 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Bayview Yacht Club 3902 Summit Street Toledo, 43611, 100% of all monetary donations will go directly towards payment for services and can be donated on this site.
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