Barbara June Hensley Homer

Barbara June Hensley Homer of Houston, Texas, died on Saturday December 24, 2022, at the age of 88 years.  She was born in Duncan, Oklahoma on October 3, 1934, to Willie and Dera Hensley and was raised in Fox, Oklahoma.  June married the love of her life, David, on August 23, 1952, in Healdton, Oklahoma shortly after graduating from Fox High School. They moved to her favorite city of San Diego, CA while David was a Naval Submariner and then to Norman, Oklahoma while he attended OU.  After a few years in Pampa and Corpus Christi, TX, they settled in the Clear Lake area of Houston, Texas in 1969.  She remained there after David passed in 2009.

June, a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother (“Mimi the Great”), cherished family gatherings, time with friends, traveling and spending time at her lake house. She also loved music and playing her piano, which she began playing by ear at the age of 3.  June made lifelong friends as a 50-year member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Theta Psi chapter, a philanthropic, educational, and social organization. She enjoyed volunteer activities that benefited both local and national projects such as Bay Area Meals on Wheels, MD Anderson Children’s Art Project, Easter Seals, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

June was preceded in death by her husband Cecil David Homer Jr., her parents Willie and Dera Hensley, brother Billy Dean Hensley, and sisters Evelyn Danna and Eva Jo McMahan.

She is survived by her three children and their spouses Dawn and Bob Jacobson, Lisa and Mike Bourg and David III and Christy Homer. Her grandchildren are Tyson Jacobson and wife Tina, Lauren San Martin and husband Daniel, Kelsi and Kendall Bourg, Meagan and Emily Larrea, and great-grandchildren Kaleb and Aidan Hayes and Daniel San Martin, Jr. She is also survived by niece June Hoffmann and nephews Larry and Paul McMahan.

On Saturday, January 7, 2023, Barbara’s family will greet guests from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm followded by a Memorial Service, at 12:30 pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 E. Medical Center Blvd., Webster, TX 77598. 281-280-9000. Memorial contributions can be made in June’s name and payable to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Feed the Children, Star of Hope Mission, Susan G. Komen for the Cure or a charity of your choice.


  1. June was a very special lady – an ESA sister and a good friend. She was always fun to be around. She had a quick sense of humor and laughed often. I am blessed to have known her and will miss her greatly.

    Kim Taylor
  2. Always full of life & love! Raised a fabulous family! We will miss seeing that twinkle in her eye! Love, Pat & Janice

    Pat Hallisey
  3. I am sure going to miss June (Mimi) so Happy that we were able to visit at the Fry-Day event after Thanksgiving at Bob and Dawn’s I enjoyed her visits
    Love Chuck and Amelia Jacobson

    Amelia Jacobson
  4. Marlene and Hans Nieuwold like to extent their condolences to all members of the Homer family.

    Hans Nieuwold
  5. May she rest in peace. Wishing the family comfort, peace and precious memories.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Emilio and Maria

    Emilio and Maria de Cardenas
  6. June was a special person. She had a bundle of energy and a real zest for life. We will always have a smile on our faces and warmth in our hearts when we think of June. Many happy times through the years! We will truly miss her!!! God Bless

    John and Wanda Woodward

    John /Wanda Woodward
  7. Saddened to hear of the passing June Homer, a woman full of zest for life! My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

    My sympathies, John Woodward Jr.

    John Woodward Jr.

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