Henry Louis Homrighaus Jr.

February 28, 1943 - April 1, 2018
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Malloy Funerals & Cremations
Jesus Ayala
Henry Homrighaus III
Rachel Lambert
Michael A. Landry
Lisa Jolly
Lisa Jolly
Joseph,Jason,Hondo, Rosemary
Chris Homrighaus
Tom Homrighaus
Carole Cappadona Fleming


The Homrighaus Family mourns the loss of (BOI) Henry L. Homrighaus, Jr. He has been called home to the service of our merciful, compassionate, and loving GOD. Henry L. Homrighaus, Jr. was born on February 28, 1943 to Henry L. Homrighaus, Sr. and Frances Artive Homrighaus.

Henry was the oldest of eight children; all were BOI’s. His brothers are George Edward (deceased), Gerald Dennis (Bear) (deceased), twins, Robert Lee and Ronald Lee (deceased), Martin Dee (deceased), Christopher Michael and Thomas John Homrighaus.

Henry L. Homrighaus, Jr. was a naval veteran, Security Industry Expert for over 46 years, avid hunter and fisherman. To his sons and grandchildren we have lost the patriarch of our family. The words of wisdom, compassion for others, lessons on friendship, sense of humor and love for his family and friends will be greatly missed.

Henry L. Homrighaus, Jr. was married to Terrie Lynne Homrighaus, who is preparing their place in heaven. They were married for 43 years before Terrie’s passing on November 2nd 2011. Together they had two children, Henry L. Homrighaus, III and Stephen M Homrighaus. Henry L Homrighaus, Jr. will be survived by his sons, their wives and eight grandchildren, whom he adored: Henry L. Homrighaus, III his wife Mary and their four children Joseph, Jason, Hondo, and Rosemary Homrighaus. Stephen M Homrighaus and his wife Wendy and their four children Conner, Corbin, Caysen and Cadee Homrighaus.

Our family would like to recognize Grace Carr for her loving support of our father for the last three years of his life.

Henry’s family will receive visitors beginning at 5:00 pm, Friday, April 13, at Malloy & Son Funeral Home. A rosary will begin at 6:30 pm.

Funeral mass will be held at St. Mary’s Cathedral, 21st & Church St, in Galveston, starting at 11:30 am with a graveside service to follow.

Pallbearers will be Henry L. Homrighaus, III, Stephen M. Homrighaus, Christopher M. Homrighaus, Thomas J. Homrighaus, Hondo K. Homrighaus and Conner M Homrighaus.

Honorary Pallbearers will be Joseph T. Homrighaus, Jason N. Homrighaus, Corbin B. Homrigaus, Caysen D. Homrighaus, Rosemary A. Homrighaus, Cadee B. Homrighaus, and Jason L. Homrighaus.


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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Friday, April 13, 2018

Time: 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Malloy & Son Funeral Home


3028 Broadway
Galveston, TX 77550

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Rosary at 6:30 PM.

Service Information

Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018

Time: 11:30 am

St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica


21st & Church, Galveston, TX, 77550

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Cemetery Information

Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018

Time: 12:45 pm

Calvary Catholic Cemetery


2506 65th Street, Galveston, TX, 77551

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Life Event Timeline

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Timeline for Henry Louis Homrighaus

Born: February 28, 1943
March 12, 2018
Grandson Jason’s wedding
Grandson Jason’s wedding
October 27, 2017
Henry & Grace, Oktoberfest 2017
Henry & Grace, Oktoberfest 2017
May 8, 2017
Henry and Grace
Henry and Grace
March 5, 2017
Henry and Graces birthday gathering 2017
Henry and Graces birthday gathering 2017
May 19, 2015
Catch of the day
Catch of the day
October 1, 1997
Together Again
Together Again
February 28, 2018
Grandparents day at Levi frye
Grandparents day at Levi frye
July 1, 2014
August 10, 1968
Henry and Terrie
Henry and Terrie
April 6, 2018
Stephen and dad
Stephen and dad
April 6, 2018
Fishing Trip
Fishing Trip
February 1, 2001
San Francisco with friends
San Francisco with friends
Died: April 1, 2018

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Jesus Ayala posted on 4/20/18

For my old work buddy, you will be missed. My sincerest condolences to Henry Jr’s only two surviving sons and grandchildren; brothers, Thomas and Christopher. You all have my sympathy. Everyone seems to forget that my buddy, Henry had his two sons. All I ever hear about is condolences to the lady he dated, Grace. People forget that he was not married to her. But, he was married to Terrie Lynn for over forty years. Please show some respect and remember Henry Jr’s immediate, surviving family. They have alot more to grieve about.


Henry Homrighaus III posted on 4/20/18

In memory of Henry Louis Homrighaus Jr., Henry Homrighaus III lit a candle


Rachel Lambert posted on 4/17/18

I will miss our conversations about God, your charity work, and sweet Grace. I am so happy you are with our heavenly Father. Your family our in our prayers.


Grace posted on 4/16/18

In memory of Henry Louis Homrighaus Jr., Grace lit a candle


Michael A. Landry posted on 4/15/18

henry I really am glad that you were are apart of my life. as a friend and an associate with the international oleander society. you will be missed


Michael A. Landry posted on 4/15/18

Henry. We always had a good time at the Cajun Greek restaurant. As the PR person for The International Oleander Society you helped us get new members and I thank you for your contribution. We will miss your funny stories and your participation. Rest in Peace Henry.


J.D. 'David' and Connie and April Benfer posted on 4/14/18

Stephen, Trey, Mary and all the other Homrighaus's, my sincerest condolences. Like many, I count Henry as one of my very best friends. He made so many lives a bit better just by being there and he will be missed. But I hope you all take comfort in the fact that you know exactly where he is now, and that he will be waiting with open arms when you leave this world yourself. Sorry I couldn't make it down there today. I seem to have a closet full of shirts that your Dad took off his back and gave to me over the years, and if I can ever return the favor, please let me know.


Sean O'Keefe posted on 4/13/18

My sympathies to the entire Homrighaus family and to Grace. I will miss Henry's humor, his companionship, his knowledge and advice, and his unquestionable integrity but most of all I will miss his friendship. Peace be with you my friend.


Donna Lee Parrish posted on 4/13/18

Dearest Grace, My heart is so broken for you. Henry found a second real love and your love for him was so unconditional and true. May Jesus hold your two hearts through this very sad time.


Mary Crouch posted on 4/13/18

I am so very sorry for your loss! Henry was a kind and wonderful person that will certainly be missed by many!


Lisa Jolly posted on 4/13/18

Grace, Our thoughts and prayers with you and your family during this difficult time, may God give y’all peace and comfort. God Bless, Lisa R. Jolly


Lisa Jolly posted on 4/13/18

Grace, Our thoughts and prayers for you and your family during this very difficult time. God Bless, Lisa R Jolly


Joseph,Jason,Hondo, Rosemary posted on 4/13/18

For our loving grandfather who is now with grandma again


Stephen Homrighaus posted on 4/11/18

Dad you will be dearly missed by your family. I will always remember the life lessons you provided, sage advice and sense of humor. Your legacy will live on with your son's and grandchildren. I was so blessed to follow in your footsteps into the security industry I got to see my hero in action. The time we spent together hunting, fishing and the long talks we had are going to be lifelong memories. Thank you for always being there no matter what you had going on in your life at the time.


Carol Sharkey-HomrHomrighaus posted on 4/11/18

Go rest in the arms off your loved ones , that have gone ahead of you. Rest in peace Henry.


Chris Homrighaus posted on 4/10/18

My brother Henry, really knew how to tell a joke and have a good time! We enjoyed a love for fishing ,hunting and the blues. He always looked out for us , when we were kids. He also came back to the island ,to help with our parents as they grew old , which was a blessing. Good Night Sweet Prince!


Chris Homrighaus posted on 4/10/18

In memory of Henry Louis Homrighaus Jr., Chris Homrighaus lit a candle


Mary Homrighaus posted on 4/10/18

Tre' told me you had paid him a brief, visit on Sunday evening over at the house. I am glad you did, he needed to see that you were okay. I think this helped bring some comfort to him, because he is surely taking it hard right now. I pray each night for the repose of your soul, dad. You left us all much too soon :(


Chris Reilly posted on 4/10/18

Your father will be truly missed. Know that you all are in the Reilly's thoughts and prayers.


Tom Homrighaus posted on 4/9/18

In memory of Henry Louis Homrighaus Jr., Tom Homrighaus lit a candle


Tom Homrighaus posted on 4/9/18

Dear Brother, I remember fondly you helping me break in my first 20 gauge down the island. We hunted dove at the oaks our grandfather planted on the east side. Moreover, I remember well our deer hunts together in west Texas. I especially remember the hungry hunt when you said don't worry about food there is alway plenty at camp-not the case that spartan trip, and the frozen hunt when I had the threadbare, cloth blind @ 14 degrees and you were in your bunker blind and, of course, you remarked how brisk it was-brisk indeed my boys were frozen let alone my toes. I will dearly miss fishing, hunting, and talking with you especially sharing music, books and game recipes. Most of all your stories about our parents when they were young and the island in the 50s and 60s. Yours in Jesus, family, food, music, literature, hunting, fishing, and humor! Via Con Dios Tommy


Ginger Hill posted on 4/9/18

I was so saddened to hear that Henry was called home. Every time I saw him, he had open arms and a big hug for me. I will always remember the music of his laughter and that twinkle in his eyes. He was one of a kind, that's for sure. Rest well in the arms of Heavenly Father, Henry. Until we meet again.


Julian-Family Marquez posted on 4/9/18

Linda and I pray for God to bless the Homrighuas family, friends, acquaintances and coworkers with the Peace that passes all understanding, the Comfort that only He can give us to help us all get through this great loss. Henry was first a customer but he quickly became more than a friend, almost a fatherly figure. He was one of a few people who knew where I'd been, where I came from and where I was now. He never passed judgement and was a great influence in our lives. Henry helped people most others had turned their backs on and tried to help them get back on their feet. Henry was a man of 2nd and 3rd chances. Everyone knows Henry was a great teller of stories and jokes and good advice. We are blessed to have been a part of his life, birthday parties, events, outings hospitality and his legacy. Grace put a pep in his step and they were such a great couple. Linda and I will miss Henry's cooking, our couples dinners and great fellowship. I know he loved us and we're sure he knew we loved him and Grace. We extend our arms in embrace to the Homrighuas Family!


Walter Plitt posted on 4/8/18

Henry R I P was a dear friend-we both had our Lord take our spouses. We worked close togather on T S R A activities and projects for several years . He is missed !


Carole Cappadona Fleming posted on 4/7/18

It is with heavy heart I send this note to Henry’s family and friends. Henry and I met in 9th grade and became close friends until his death. He was a close friend and perhaps his best friend of my late husband Jim. They knew each other as young boyhood friends. Jim often spoke of he and Henry riding their horses to school. They both lived near 61st Street. Carole Cappadona Fleming


Mary Homrighaus posted on 4/6/18

When we went by the house yesterday, Rosemary said without hesitation , “ Does grandpa know we are here?” Tre told her, “Rosemary, grandpa is dead baby, remember?” She turned and looked at us in silence, tears streaming down her eyes and said, “oh,yeah” and went to sit in the couch in silence. She loves you so much and misses your little texts and calls. She still has your messages & wont delete them. Hondo, Joseph & Jason miss you as well. We just can’t all believe this is happening. Rest In Peace


Joe Lanier posted on 4/6/18

We can look forward to a great Heavenly reunion with Henry. Visit ImagnineHeaven.net for a glimpse. " Passing for Christians is just the doormat we wipe our feet on befoe entering Heaven..." (Ray Comfort).


Fayetta Thannisch posted on 4/5/18

God bless the family and loved ones of Henry in their time of loss. Henry was a legend filled with goodness and bluster. He will be missed by all those that knew him.


Henry L Homrighaus III posted on 4/5/18

Dad I'll miss our talks on the phone and rides on the dyke and hunting and fishing trips and watching Hondo's baseball games together you always had some great advice and a good joke .you never knew a stranger and you lived every day to the fullest you have always been my hero you taught me so much


Chris Lanier posted on 4/5/18

Henry was indeed a Texan who invoked that larger than life persona in the Security Industry. His indelible mark is permanent as a result. Deepest Condolences from the Lanier Family- Joe and Chris


Robbie Guarnelo posted on 4/5/18

Henry you left us on a beautiful Easter morning. Thank you so much for the real and unconditional love you gave my sister and nephews. This past four years I have seen my sister the happiest she's ever been and I will always be grateful to you for that. You went above and beyond to help others and your amazing kindness will never be forgotten. You will always be missed til the daywe meet again my friend. Robbie


Robbie Guarnelo posted on 4/5/18

You left us on a beautiful Easter morning. You made my sister thehappiest I've ever seen her. I will always be grateful to you for that. Youwent above and beyond to help others and your kindness will never be forgotten. When it come to theword amazing youmade it true. Thank you for the real and unconditional love yougave my sister and mynephews and youwill always be missed until we meet again my friend. Robbie


Mary posted on 4/4/18

We miss hearing your voice; sitting with you at the baseball games as we watch Hondo play. All the little things. The kids are carrying a heavy heart. You were loved & admired by all. You’d be so proud of your sons, Tre’ and Stephen. They put together the perfect send off for you. I am so proud of them both. Tre will be ok. I promise to always love & take care of him and always be by his side and am there for his brother as well. You and mom raised some very good men who will always love and remember you. Rest In Peace with the lord. We are at peace knowing you are reunited once again, with the love of your life mom.


Your daughter (in law) , Mary posted on 4/4/18

A Successful Man “That man is a success – who has lived well, laughed often and loved much; who has gained the respect of intelligent men and the love of children; who has filled his niche and accomplished his task; who leaves the world better than he found it; who has never lacked appreciation of earth’s beauty or failed to express it.; who looked for the best in others and gave the best he had.”


Paula Moreau posted on 4/4/18

Sweet Henry - you are going to be missed dearly. Saddens me you left too soon from this earth. There were so many plans you had for your life with Grace by your side. You showed us all what a blessing to have had the chance to meet you, and what a great man you are and for us all to have spent time with you, was an honor. Lord Jesus, I know that You are close to those that are broken-hearted and grieving in their soul. I know You rescue those that are crushed in spirit. I ask that you draw near to Your many children who are facing times of sadness and loss and draw each one ever closer into Your precious arms of love and support.


Mary Ann Jackson posted on 4/4/18

My heart is very heavy due to hearing about Henry's sudden departure. So sad to have to say good-bye to such a God-fearing and loving man who was enjoying life to the fullest. Lifting up Henry's family in prayers, especially for his loving significant partner, Grace. May the loving memories you had together comfort you at this very difficult time. I know you both had such a special bond for each other and many wonderful plans for the future. We are so sorry for your loss. I love you, Grace.


Kathleen Schraufnagel posted on 4/4/18

In memory of Henry Louis Homrighaus Jr., Kathleen Schraufnagel lit a candle


Kathleen Schraufnagel posted on 4/4/18

I will miss Henry. He always worked so hard for our industry in many ways, both visible and behind the scenes. That and his integrity were such great examples to others. He was always paying attention to what was going on and he didn't miss much. He also had a great sense of humor and was a good story teller! God Bless you Henry and my sincere condolences to your family. May they have peace.


Grace Carr posted on 4/3/18

Henry, words can never express how much we miss you. Thank you for loving me, my boys and my family. You have touched and changed our lives. Thank you God for blessing us with Henry's love. We will forever miss you. Until we meet again. Love you always Grace


Lynn Dixon Arena posted on 4/3/18

Henry - you were one of the finest men I have ever met. May God bless you and keep you. You will never be forgotten, and will be deeply missed. ?