HOMER E. BROWN

May 17, 1924 - December 16, 2003

05/17/1924 - 12/16/2003

Past Services

Visitation
Friday December 19, 2003
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home-Powhatan Point
186 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942
740-795-5451 | Directions
Visitation
Friday December 19, 2003
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home-Powhatan Point
186 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942
740-795-5451 | Directions
Cemetery
Saturday December 20, 2003
Powhatan Cemetery
165 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942
740-795-5105 Ei | Directions
Service
Saturday December 20, 2003
11:00 am
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home-Powhatan Point
186 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942
740-795-5451 | Directions

HOMER E. BROWN, 79 OF POWHATAN POINT, OHIO DIED TUESDAY DECEMBER 16, 2003 AT THE OHIO VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER IN WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA.

HE WAS BORN MAY 17, 1924 AT STEINERSVILLE, OHIO A SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM G. AND BESSIE BROWN.

HOMER WAS A RETIRED COAL MINER WITH THE NORTH AMERICAN COAL CORPORATION’S NUMBER 1 AND 6 MINES AND A METHODIST BY FAITH. HE WAS A US ARMY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II.

IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS, HOMER WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SISTER, RUTH BARNHOUSE AND ONE BROTHER, CECIL AND AN INFANT BROTHER, DALE.

SURVIVING ARE HIS WIFE, GERALDINE JERI DOTY, THREE CHILDREN, BRENDA LASKO AND HER HUSBAND STEPHEN SONNY OF WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, TAMMIE SWEETNICH AND HER HUSBAND JAY OF KENNESAW, GEORGIA, AND WILLIAM WILLIE BROWN AND HIS WIFE, NANCY OF BRILLIANT, OHIO. ALSO FIVE GRANDCHILDREN, STEPHEN LASKO, JOHN LASKO, MIKE LASKO, LINDSEY SWEETNICH, AND WILLIAM WILL BROWN AND THREE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN.

FRIENDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE BAUKNECHT-ALTMEYER FUNERAL HOME 186 MAIN STREET POWHATAN POINT, OHIO ON FRIDAY FROM 2 TO 4 AND 6 TO 8 PM, WHERE SERVICES WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY AT 11 AM WITH THE REVEREND THERESA BOBOT OFFICIATING. INTERMENT IN THE POWHATAN CEMETERY, POWHATAN POINT, OHIO.

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Lucy M. Young
8 years ago

I know that I am among many who will

miss Homer. I enjoyed our visits very much. My thoughts are with you.

Lucy

John & Agnes Pugh
8 years ago

You all have our deepest sympathies. I Agnes remember he always called me “little Indian” because I always got so brown in the summer time. We are very sorry for your loss.