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Nathan Joseph Gomos

December 9, 2004October 9, 2020
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Nathan Joseph Gomos was born on December 9, 2004 in San Diego, California and passed away on October 9, 2020 in San Diego, California and is under the care of El Camino Memorial - Sorrento Valley.

Visitation will be held on October 20, 2020 at 10:00 am.

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Rowan Eng

October 21, 2020

Nathan and I used talk a lot in 5th grade, the year I first met him. We used to make a lot of really stupid jokes that we would laugh at anyways, and people would see us laughing at something and no one would have any idea what we were talking about. Some people actually thought we were brothers, which I found amusing. We used to bring our 3ds's to school to play Smash 4, and I remember this time when he brought his (at the time very rare) Villager Amiibo, and in all honesty I was a bit jealous of his collection at the time. I remember we used to draw these comics in 5th grade, I can't exactly remember what they were called, something like "n8nb8 adventures" or something like that. Whenever we had the opportunity we would present them to the class and everyone really liked them. I remember we would put our classmates in as characters, and we always had a lot of fun making them. People would be excited whenever we had finished a new one, possibly because they were bored by the actual class, but it was always really nice hearing them laugh at our stupid sense of humor. When Nathan said he enjoys entertaining people, it really made sense why he liked theatre and stuff like that. He used to make these Youtube videos about stupid stuff our friend group did like random out of context discord messages, and we would all gather to watch the premiere when he made a new one. I didn't really notice at the time but now it makes sense why he liked doing stuff like that, making people laugh, just being an overall fun person to be around. He would always offer his house as a place for our friend group to hang out, so we would go there every once in a while, and we always had a good time. I could go on for a really really long time talking about these good memories, but unfortunately I'm running out of space. Nathan, if you can see this, we'll all really miss you. You were the best of us, and we really can't express that enough.

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