Elmer Homel

Elmer E. Homel

August 17, 1928 - February 1, 2021
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    Friday, February 5th, 2021 | 12:00pm
    Friday, February 5th, 2021 12:00pm


Elmer E. Homel passed away on Monday, February 1st, 2021 at the age of 92. He grew up in Baltimore, attended Baltimore Polytechnic High School and went on to graduate from Johns Hopkins University. Elmer worked as an architect for the US Government and loved to collect toy trains.

He is survived by his children, Warner Smearman and Mary Henderson. He was predeceased by his siblings, Samuel Homel, Ethel Richmond, and Francis Katz; and parents, Frank and Bessie Homel.

Services are private. Please omit flowers.
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Michael Metzger

Posted at 07:37am
Those pictures bring back very good memories of El and Fran, from my "formative years." My sympathy goes out to his family and friends (whom he probably outlived most of them).

Julie Henderson

Posted at 10:15am
My great grandfather, grandmother,mother and I would always go out to dinner at double T diner on Fridays . My mother always made us take photos every friday at dinner , I am so glad I now have all of those photos to look back on . You will surely be missed GG .

Eunice Katz

Posted at 02:24pm
When I married into the Katz family almost 45 years ago Uncle El came along as part of the "package deal". At the time I remember wondering who this tall handsome man was who was married to a wonderful former Mrs. Maryland named Fran. Over the past several years I have seen Uncle El on numerous occasions - always with a smile on that handsome face, always a story about where he bought his latest model trains; and always the first one on the dance floor having a wonderful time. His passing leaves a large hole in our family and he will sorely be missed. Rest in peace Uncle El. You lived a very good life!

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