Homer David Grant

August 29, 1924 ‒ October 09, 2015

Lexington, Ohio

LEXINGTON: Homer David Grant went to be with the Lord Friday morning October 9, 2015 from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus. He was 91.

Homer was born August 29, 1924 in Grass Creek, Wyoming to parents Grover & Hazel (Hughes) Grant. After he was graduated from Jackson High School with the class of 1942, he furthered his education by attending The Ohio State University.

A beautiful young lady named Kay Thompson caught his eye and the pair soon married on August, 9 1947. Together they raised two sons and a daughter.

Homer was president and owner of Mansfield Graphics. He also served as a Boy Scout past Council Commissioner, was a member of the Mansfield Rotary, Masonic Lodge, Al Koran Temple, Canton Consistory, Chapter, Council and Commandery, and a lifetime honorary member of the International Photo Chemical Machine Institute. Homer was a faithful member of the Lexington Church of Christ.

He is survived by his loving wife of 68 years Kay Grant of Lexington; two children (& spouses) Philip & Karen Grant of Lexington and Deborah & Jon Lanker of Mt. Gilead; five grandchildren; six great-grandchild; a sister-in-law Opal Grant of Circleville; and numerous extended family members.

In addition to his parents, Homer was preceded in death by a son Stephen Grant and three brothers James, Robert and Daniel Grant; sister Eleanor Grant and sisters-in-law Jean and Mary Grant.

The Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home supervised a private burial service for Homer in Oak Grove Memorial Park near Lexington.

Contributions in his memory to the Lexington Church of Christ may be sent in care of the funeral home (PO Box 3085, Mansfield OH 44904).

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Homer’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Phil and Karen and family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are so sorry for your loss .

  • So sorry for your loss. Homer was such a nice man and neighbor. We’re keeping your family in our hearts and prayers!

  • Sending my deepest sympathies to the Grant family for the recent loss of your beloved husband, father and grandfather. There are no words to express our sorrow, knowing your family is bearing such a profound loss. Sincerely, Carol Arnett

  • Debbie and family, I just want you to know that you’re in my thoughts and prayers. …..know that you have my sympathies on the passing of your Dad. God bless you all.

  • My deepest sympathy and prayers to the grant family. I had the PLEASURE of being homers nurse while he was at Lexington court. Slough I no longer get to see his smiling face, and loving hugs. I will always remember the many blessings he brought to the facility, positive attitude and he was always honest. I’ll never forget him as he made a huge impact on my career. I’m so sorry for your loss and hope you all find peace in such a tragedy. Prayers and thoughts,
    Christa G. Reid, LPN (Lexington court)

  • Jon and Deb,

    So sorry for you loss. May the Lord give you peace as you reflect on the memories of you dad.

    Hugs to you both.