Homer Woodrow Tyler, Jr.

October 28, 1966, May 26, 2018

Homer Tyler, Jr.

Homer Tyler, Jr., 51, of Fred, died Saturday, May 26, 2018. He was born on October 28, 1966, in Woodville, to Ouida Merle Behannon Tyler and Homer Woodrow Tyler, Sr.

Homer was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend to many. He and his wife were married for thirty years and raised a beautiful family together. Homer was a very hard-working man who provided for his family his whole life. He found humor in everything and could make anyone laugh. He lived life in the moment. Homer’s grandchildren were his main passion in life and were by his side almost everywhere. He was an avid outdoors man, who could name every creek in Hardin and Tyler counties, which he passed down to his children and grandchildren. Homer was a master diesel mechanic and his diagnostic skills were second to none. He had a reputation of greatness and respected by all. He will be missed by many.

Survivors include his wife, Melissa Tyler; children, Michael Hooks, II and his wife, Kaylan, of Fred and Marlena Brocato and her husband, Nick, of Kountze; grandchildren, Michael "Mikey” Hooks, III, Jase Conner, Peyton “June Bug” Hooks, and Marriella “Ella” Jane Brocato; siblings, Eloise Johnson and her husband, Ollie, of Santa Fe; Wanda Williams Underwood of New Braunfels; Roger Gober of Warren; Rhonda Davis and her husband, Lonnie, of Florida; Paula Johnston of Kountze; Melissa Riehl and Steve Jordan, of Warren; and Dancie Teague of Dickinson; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. He is preceded in death by his parents.

A gathering of Homer’s family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Thursday, May 31, 2018, at Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee. His funeral service will be 4:00 p.m., Friday, June 1, 2018, at Broussard’s, with his interment to follow at Franks Branch Cemetery, Fred.

Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee, TX
490 Cemetery Road Silsbee, TX 77656
Gathering of Family and Friends
Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee
490 Cemetery Road Silsbee, TX 77656
Thursday, May 31, 2018
5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Funeral Service
Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee
490 Cemetery Road Silsbee, TX 77656
Friday, June 01, 2018
4:00 p.m.
Franks Branch Cemetery Franks Branch Cemetery
30.560745 Zzz94.178961

Comments (11)

  • Patsy D Howell

    03 June 2018 at 21:34 | #

    RIP, Homer. You were a good teacher for my son's. You will be missed. Herman, Herman 2nd, James David, and Richard Riehl Sheffield.

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  • Mr. Mike Mueller

    01 June 2018 at 17:09 | #

    It is hard for me to put into words how I felt towards Homer. But when I heard the words he passed I thought I had lost a son. Every year I could not wait to spend time with him while getting ready for deer season. Homer would always ask how old I was and how lucky I was to still be able to hunt. I never told him he was one of the reasons I still tired to hunt along with Michael Jr., Jeff, Randi, and Bailey. He will be missed every tine I think of hunting or fishing. I will remember him for the way he treated my family and everyone else. My prayers are now with Missy and the rest of his family. Thank you for sharing him with us. I will never forget the memories Homer has given me and my family over the years. He will be greatly missed.

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  • Patricia

    31 May 2018 at 21:07 | #

    Uncle Homer was one of the best uncles a girl could ask for. I remember many times being at the hunting camp as a child with the family and loud, funny uncle Homer being the life of the party.
    One time I remember us kids kept begging him and our paw for some coffee so what did they do, gave it to us straight and black. We would hold it in our mouths and run behind the camper and spit it out and come back for more.
    We love you uncle Homer and you will be greatly missed
    Tishaboo, bud and mason,

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  • Holly Brocato

    31 May 2018 at 19:17 | #

    Besides him being such a sweet lovable man, one of the sweetest things is how he always kept candy in his front pockets for all the kids around and they loved that so much! Those babies sure loved him!

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  • Wendy and Paul Maine

    31 May 2018 at 18:03 | #

    I knew Homer all my life growing up. He was a great man. He would help anyone and had a kind heart. I can remember the jokes him and my brother used to do to eachother like laxatives in brownies ehile welding down i side a ship at the ship yard. Man was that funny. Homer took everything in stride. He loved his family and his kids very much and he worked hard for them. He was a hardworking man, a very loving man and will be missed. He could catch fish or kill a deer when noone else could and failed. He knew the woods and creeks very well and he could tell you history on each of them. Homer was very proud of his family and they meant the world to him. He helped me and my family when we had noone else and had a smile on his face. Even through sickness he had a smile. Homer you will be missed and foever loved and in my heart. Mat God bless your family. Be sure to say hello to my dad and brother and show them the secret fishing spots.

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  • Pack

    31 May 2018 at 16:08 | #

    Like I've said so many times , it's like that song, Word of God speak .. (Finding my self at a loss of words,and the funny thing it's ok, cause the last thing I need is to be heard , Word of God speak would pour down like rain... ) well I have a funny story .. well for some you , you know I smoke now. Well back when I was younger and we all were still. In the hunting club .. it was when he was smoking those swiss sweat cigars. Well it was cold one morning and I had my cover all on. And he was on the back of the four wheeler, he was take me to the deer stand . Weeeeelll he felt that cigar I had in my pocket. He said boy you got one of my cigars didnt goi. I was like no sir. Lol. But he boy dont lie to me. I dont care , but dont lie to me Lol.



    I have so many more memories, but that is standing out from all the rest.... WELL I LOVE YOU ALL RIP in peace uncle homer ( aka Monkey Homer )

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  • Connie Davis

    31 May 2018 at 15:59 | #

    I can see you now fishing and hunting with my Pawpaw Tyler in heaven. Your mama is ready to fry up a batch of fish. All your earthly troubles are a thing of the past RIP Homer.

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  • Dancie Teague

    31 May 2018 at 04:02 | #

    I remember he took my son fishing for the first time and caught a fish. Tylet remembers a race track he bought him after Ike and he stayed with us a week they played every day. I love this brother of mine he prayed so hard when I was sick and made me laugh so hard. He always had a smile and he told me when you have grandbabies there nothing like it and that is so true. Have fun in Heaven till we meet again.??

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  • Melissa

    31 May 2018 at 00:19 | #

    Lyle he spoke so fondly of you and the memories made running those woods. Thank you.

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  • Lyle Castilaw

    30 May 2018 at 16:04 | #

    Homer was a dear friend growing up in Warren. We ran together all through our school years hunting, fishing, swimming, and working. We rode our dirt bikes all over the woods of Tyler county and worked our butts off in the hay fields. I know we always had fun whatever we did together. I am praying for your family as I know he will be greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend.

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    • Marlena Brocato

      30 May 2018 at 16:20 | #

      I heard so many of these stories growing up. Thank you so much for your memory and kind words.

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