Homer Clyde Inman, 85, born in Pine Knot, Kentucky passed away on Monday, 16 September 2013 in Glendale, Arizona. May God rest his soul. Our Heavenly Father called him home early that morning as he slept peacefully. We cannot thank the Good Lord enough for someone like Homer nor can we thank Homer enough as well. Homer is now resting in peace with his Parents Isaac and Flora Inman, his Uncle Litton (Fellow WWII Army Veteran, KIA in France) and Homers loving wife Maxine.
Homer was quite an extraordinary and exceptional Man. Respected and loved by all. We will celebrate your life and thank you so much for all that you did.
Homer is a World War II Veteran and served in Combat with the Army Combat Engineers. After WWII he also served time in the Army, Navy and Air Force Reserves and joined the Federal Civil Service as a Welder and served for 40 years on various Military Bases. Mainly at Eielson AFB, Alaska.
Homer was a true Alaskan! He was a resident of North Pole and loved to hunt and fish. Homer’s halibut fishing trips were an annual event, for both the lure of big fish and to see his many Homer friends.
He is survived by his Brother John and Sister Martie. His SEVEN Children: Randy, Kim, Wayde, Adam, John, Jeremiah and wife Vicki, and Solomon. His Grandchildren: Stormy, Jesse, Chase, Desirae, Rachelle, Candy, Crystal, Jessica, Victoria and Rebecca. His Great Grand-Children: Brody, Reid (and another one the way), Maximus, Makeenen, Joseph and Derek A “LIFE CELEBRATION” and a following reception will be held for Homer in Glendale, Arizona on SUNDAY, 24 November 2013.
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