Richard Dale Homme

family-picRichard Dale Homme of Fernley, NV succumbed to his long battle with cancer on September 8, 2016. He was born on March 10, 1955 in Charleroi, PA to George O. Homme Jr and Betty Veres Homme.
Throughout his life, Rick was an avid shooter participating in many different disciplines. Most recently as a registered SASS Cowboy Action Shooter. He was affectionately known to his shooting friends as Hellfire Preacher. He also took great pleasure in riding his motorcycle every chance he could, which included his daily commute to and from work.
Rick was preceded in death by his father, George. He is survived by his mother Betty Homme, his loving wife Brenda, daughters Jacki Steel (Chris), Briana Dicus (Mike), Jocelyn Stahl-Vanacore (Gino), Katie Hetrick (Marc) and nine grandchildren. He is also survived by his loyal canine companions, Maisy and Rocko, who provided him with much comfort when he became homebound.
A funeral Mass will be held at St. Roberts Catholic Parish in Fernley on Wednesday, December 28th at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to St Robert Bellarmine Catholic Parish, Building Fund, 625 Desert Shadows Lane, Fernley, NV 89408

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  • Tim Galligan / Jasper Agate
    September 16, 2016 4:47 pm

    Rick / Preacher,
    You will always have a special place in my heart. You will be missed by all that you touched. Please look up my brother, Slim Eagle, and give him a hug for me.
    God Bless you my brother,
    Tim / Jasper

  • Rick – Your smiling face and great attitude will be sorely missed . Your presence always brightened the range, and left us with laughter and joy in our hearts. Give Sandy , Sgt Mac, and Grey Eagle my best wishes, I’ll be along soon enough. God Bless you my friend,
    Bob/ Brazos

  • John C Gosselin
    October 14, 2016 7:34 pm

    To Rick’s family, my deepest condolences. I just learned of this very sad news today. I knew Rick from the shooting industry and I would look forward to seeing him at SHOT Show each year. Also being of French heritage, I would address him as “Monsieur Homme” (pronouncing it in French as ‘umm’). We always had fun with that. I will miss him dearly.


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