Emjhay Robin Morales passed away Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
He was born in San Francisco CA and raised in Las Vegas, NV.
Emjhay was a sweet and creative individual. He found a lot of joy in cooking for others and had passion for discovering variety of foods. His smile was one of many qualities that lit up the room, and he also made others laugh with his witty humor and silly antics. Emjhay was known as gamer that loved Anime. He enjoyed learning how to play the piano, Ukulele, Guitar, ocarina, and singing. He was always there to help anyone in need, and he loved going on “Adventures” with his friends.
Emjhay Morales is survived by his Mother, Bessy Angue, his two brothers Lorenzo Palmiano and Roger Palmiano Jr, his two sisters Andrielle Palmiano and Naren Joy Salvador.
There will be a viewing held on Thursday, June 15 2017 and Friday, June 16th 2017 from 5pm to 8pm.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 17th 9am to 11am. This will be followed by a reception. At Davis Funeral Home on 6200 S Eastern Ave in Las Vegas NV.
In loving memory of Emjhay Robin Morales, we are celebrating Emjhay Day every year on his birthday.
Join us wherever you may be on Emjhay Day, by at least doing one favorite thing he loved to do on December eleventh.
Emjhay’s favorite things to do:
- Play Video Games
- Have an “adventure”
- Eat at a steakhouse or Sushi.
- Watch an Anime
- Have a “Boba”
- Cook a meal
- Jump out of the closet and scare your mom
Lorenzo and family,
I am sorry for your loss. I don't have any words that make things easier, just be glad for the time you had with him, and keep him alive with your memories.
Joey JohnstonIrving, TX
Dear Bessy, My heart is crying for your loss. May all the wonderful memories of Emjhay comfort you at this terrible time. We are praying for you and your family and hope you find peace. All our love, Charleen and Les
Charleen and Les BakerLas Vegas, NV
I thoroughly enjoyed having Emjhay in my English class during his sophomore year. He was always kind and willing to participate in class activities. His smile frequently brightened our classroom. I am truly sorry for your loss.
Ms. Cathy SabolLas Vegas, NV