Aaron Dean "AJ" Lomax, II

Aaron Dean “AJ” Lomax, II

 AJ was born on February 23, 1991 to Marie Montalbano Lomax and Aaron Dean Lomax in Houston, Texas.

AJ grew up in Katy, Texas. He attended Winborn Elementary, Katy Junior High, and Katy High School. AJ was loved by many friends. He was exceptionally passionate about sports, and was heavily involved with his high school football team, the Katy Tigers. The exceptional guidance he received from head coach, Gary Joseph, as well as “Doc” Landers, had a profound and lasting effect on AJ. Whether it was his role as football trainer or the standing ovations he received during award ceremonies, their active roles in AJ’s high school career, and his life, were invaluable.

With sports being such an integral part of AJ’s life, his participation in the Special Olympics came as no surprise to those who knew him. From 2003 to 2016, AJ was a proud member of the Katy Wolf Pack. Music also held a huge spot in AJ’s heart. His music collection was expansive, and Michael Jackson was one of his favorite artists.

On April 26, 2019, AJ passed away in Katy, Texas at 28 years of age. His family loves and misses him tremendously and would like to thank everyone for the love and support received during this difficult time. Please wear your favorite sports team jersey or red and white to the visitation in memory of AJ.

AJ is survived by his loving parents, Marie Lomax and Aaron Lomax, both of Katy; sisters, Courtney Sickle and husband, Justin, of Needville, Brooke Lomax and Julie Lomax, both of Katy; aunts and uncles, Elizabeth McClurg of Tennessee, Mike Montalbano and wife, Kathleen of Katy, Tony Montalbano and wife, Kathy of Galveston, Rosalie Tauriello and husband, Terry of Katy, Veda Montalbano of Austin, Lisa Pope and husband, Randy of Huffman, Chris Lomax of Hempstead, and Maurisia Lomax of Houston; grandfather, Marion Lomax of Hempstead; great-aunts, Mary Montalbano of Houston, Julia Montalbano of Clear Lake, Sue Lomax of Alexandria, Virginia; great-uncle, Gill Lomax and Estela of San Antonio, as well as many loving cousins, family members, friends.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at the Schmidt Funeral Home Grand Parkway Chapel, in Katy, where a rosary will be recited at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday with Deacon William C. Wagner reciting.  Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at the St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, in Katy, with Rev. Charles Hough, Celebrant.  A reception will follow in the Family Life Center at St. Bartholomew Catholic Church.  Interment in Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery, in Houston.

Those wishing to make memorial gifts may do so to the Down Syndrome Association of Houston, Building K, 7115 W. Tidwell Road, Suite 106, Houston, Texas  77092, www.dsah.org.

To express condolences, please visit www.SchmidtFuneralHome.net 

 Funeral services held under the direction of

Schmidt Funeral Home

1344 W. Grand Parkway South  ~  Katy, Texas  77494  ~  (281) 391-2424