Prayers for comfort for all the family today and all the days until you meet again. I was blessed to know him may have been just a short time but a sweet soul.
Homer Dean Delph 36, of Medora passed away at 5:25 AM on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Sparksville Crossing, Campbellsburg, IN.
He was born on July 23, 1980, in Seymour. He is the son of Walter Dean & Penny Sue (Bennett) Delph.
Homer worked for Collins Heating & Cooling as an HVAC Tech.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting and anything outdoors. He was a very adventurous person and loved spending time with family and friends. His life was surrounded by his daughter, which he loved very much.
Homer is survived by his parents, daughter; Daisy Mae Delph paternal grandmother; Maxine ( Al) Bequeret sister; Misty (Andy) Ruddick, nephews; Dustin Ruddick, Justin Ruddick, niece; Kearstin Ruddick. and Old farts; Tom and Betty Branum, whom he checked on everyday.
He is preceded in death by his sister Holly Delph, maternal grandparent Ed and Louise Bennett and paternal grandfather Simon Delph.
Friends may visit with the family at Voss & Sons Funeral Service on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 after 2:30 pm. until time of memorial service. Memorial service will be at
5:00 pm at Voss & Sons Funeral Service with Reverend Scott Brown officiating. Burial will take place at a later date at Kurtz cemetery.
Memorials may be written for daughter's education fund in care of Voss & Sons Funeral service.
Homer was an amazing soul, he never treated me with anything but kindness. Heaven gained a spectacular angel. Much love to his beautiful family,
Prayers For the family Rip Dear Heart
Misty, Penny and family...You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
So very sorry for your loss. Homer was a very kind and caring person who will be missed by so many.
Homer was a good, kind and caring man.
I am sorry for your loss, Homer was an amazing man.
I can't even begin to describe how bad my heart is hurting right now. I'm blessed to have been able to spend your last hours with you. You will live forever in my heart! I'll love you always dear friend and miss that laugh!
Penny, Dean, Misty, So sorry for your loss of this young man...have so many memories Of Homer being little and as a young man...
So sorry for your loss.. Sending prayers to all of the family..
The Motosicky Family