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William F. Homer

Tampa, Florida

1930 - 2020

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Judge William F. HomerThe Honorable Judge William F. Homer 89 passed away on August 4, 2020, in Tampa Florida. Judge Homer was born on September 19, 1930, in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania to Frederick Homer and Helen (Kirchhoff) Homer. Judge Homer attended the Illinois Institute of Technology where...

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I was Judge Homer's court clerk for a while and he was by far the nicest Judge on the bench. He was fair and honest and he loved the donuts his bailiff brought him! He is going to be missed by all who knew him.

Ludwina and family,
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Bill. He and I had many good times at the "old court house" so many years ago. My thoughts are with you at this time.

Judge Homer was on the bench when I first started prosecuting as a young lawyer in Lake County. He was always kind and respectful. I learned a lot about the practice of law from appearing in front of him. He was also fun-loving and there were many lunches at Ofelias in Waukegan where the courtroom staff could let down their hair and build comradery. It's been many years since those days but I thought his family would like to know how well-regarded he was. I can only assume that he was a...

Judge William Homer was my grandfather. He was such a loving man who always encouraged my curiosity and never lost his patience with me. I always have warm feelings remembering back when him, Oma, my parents and I were all playing Domino's while camping at lake shelbyville. I miss you Opa, and I love you. Be at peace.

I was one of his Deputy's in the courthouse. That guy was great and made the best sausage and homemade beer. Many great stories I could tell and all of them wonderful. May God Bless his family he was truly an asset to the community and a good family man. Bill will be missed..