Morris Albert Domer

Born: 09/10/1942 Passed:

Morris Albert Domer age 76 of New Philadelphia, Ohio, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family on July 26th, 2019. He was born September 10th, 1942 to the late Dalton and Virginia Domer of New Philadelphia. Morrie loved the outdoors and his animals. Sometimes he loved his animals more than people. Morrie retired from the International Union of Operating Engineers Local #66 after 50 years of being a heavy equipment operator and was owner/operator of Banjo Inc. Morrie had lots of great friends in his life and spent many hours talking about running the heavy equipment and various jobs he had performed and the jokes he played on his friends. In his younger years he enjoyed horses and contesting his horse, Jack the Ripper.

Morrie is survived by his wife of 42 years, Marilyn (Miller) Domer, son Marty Domer and his fiancé Beth of Magnolia, daughter Mary Ann Reynolds of Dover; a son Geoffrey (Tiffany) Finley of Mineral City; and a daughter Stacey Finley of New Philadelphia; brothers Don and (Flo) Domer of Yukon Oklahoma, Ike (Nancy) Domer of Parral; sisters Linda Beucler of Magnolia; Sue Holston of Smithfield; Rose (Dan) Snyder of Phoenix, Arizona; and ex daughter-in-law Barbe Domer of Mineral City ; grandkids Heather (Hostetler) and Marty Jr. (Amy) Domer; Danielle Wells, John and Josh Reynolds; Shelby Finley and her companion Devon; Justin Finley; Alex and Ben Sprankle and numerous great grand kids. Morrie was proceeded in death by his mother, Virginia and step-father John Harsha, a sister, brother, infant daughter and all his fur babies that proceeded him to heaven.

Cremation has been entrusted to the Heritage Cremation Society of Louisville, Ohio. Per Morrie’s request, there will be no funeral services or calling hours. Those wishing to express their memories of Morrie may do so by visiting the online obituaries link on the Heritage website. A get-together will be scheduled for family and friends at a later date. The family would like to thank Crossroads Hospice for the compassionate care given to Morrie and his family. Condolences can be shared with the family online at
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13 Tributes to Morris Albert Domer

  1. Janice (Bahler) Fitzgibbons says:

    Dear Marilyn and family,
    I am so very sorry to hear about Morrie’s passing. Mother and I always thought he was such a great guy. The photo of Morrie is wonderful and really captures his spirit ! We had some wonderful times with you two and your family. You all are surely in my thoughts and prayers.
    Sent with Love from your friend,

    • Stacey says:

      Thank you, Janice.

    • Marilyn says:

      Thank you. Morrie always looked forward to seeing you and your Mom at Christmas. Liked talking to you.

    • Darrell & Sue says:

      Marilyn and Family, deepest sympathies, continued prayers for all. Very fond memories of Morrie what a great man.

    • John Reynolds says:

      I miss you grandpa I wish I could of been there. I’ve been gone a long time , always loved you and always will. Your the only real grandpa I ever had and though I have few memories with you they are all good ones I hope your enjoying heaven

    • Sharon Windsor says: sorry to hear, he is now contesting his horse in Heaven, and pulling pranks on friends and family there. Who knows maybe he and Dad are riding their horses together.

  2. Dean Kreinbihl says:

    I wish to extend my condolences to the Domer Family. I only met Morrie at a couple of Marty’s Neighborhood cook-outs. He impressed me with his story telling and knowledge. I am sure he will be missed. I am also sure that his positive attributes will allow memories to live in us all!

  3. Edward W. Morrison says:

    Marilyn, sorry to hear about your loss. During all the times that Morrie was with you at our Class of ’64 events, Morrie always seemed like a super guy. Our prayers are with you and your family.

  4. Tami (Berry) Cantrell says:

    To all family and friends, My heart, sympathy and prayers go out to each and everyone of you! I truly have so many fond memories with all of you! We truly had so much fun! There are so many memories and I thank you all for them! I do love you all and will always hold a special place in my heart! ???????????????? My deepest sympathy!

  5. Alan, Cathy, and Tiara Henline. says:

    Always loved to see.Morrie! He was a.good friend he instilled a love of pigs and respect In our children.It always brightened our day to run into Morrie. Our prayers are with Marilyn and the family. Sending love, hugs.

  6. Allison Hudgens (Fink) says:

    Marilyn I am so sorry to hear of the loss of a good man that will be dearly missed and I am glad that I was able to know him! My thoughts and prayers are with you and all the grandkids! He will be missed and all of his jokes and ornreness!!!!

  7. Genia Lightell (Gene Penrod's daughter) says:

    Marilyn, we just heard of Morrie’s passing. So sorry for your loss, he was a great friend to my Dad. We will keep you in our prayers!

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