of Clinton, AR
April 28, 1972 - September 14, 2020
Dennis Paul Domers, 48, of Clinton was born on April 28, 1972 to Richard Lee Domers and the late Patricia (Murphy) Domers in Barberton, Ohio and passed from this life on September 14, 2020 in Clinton. Dennis was one of Jehovah's Witnesses.He was preceded in death by his mother, Patricia (Murphy) Domers.Left to cherish his memory are his father, Richard Domers, spouse, Jessica Domers, one son, Trendon Domers, three step children; Aleena Rogers, Mateo Gonzalez, Jesse Downs, one sister, Kelly Oyler (John), one brother, Richie Domers (Jennifer), one nephew, Caleb Oyler, one niece, Tori Mayhak, other relatives and many many friends.A memorial service will be held in his honor at a later date.In lieu of flowers,please consider a memorial donation in his honor to JW.org.To express online condolences, please visit www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/clinton
So very sorry for your loss Jessica and the Domers family. My heart goes out to you and the sweet kids. Granny, Granpa and all of the Peters family are praying for all of you. Denise was a very friendly man. We enjoyed when he would visit with you out at the farm. Let us know if we can do anything for you. Love you.
Prayers for you all, he will be greatly missed.
My deepest condelences. Sorry for your loss. He was so sweet
Much love and sorrow for the loss of such a dear friend. We're drawing comfort from knowing we'll see him soon. Love to the family.
A sweet young man, He will be missed greatly
So sorry for your lost.please know you're in our hearts and minds.let us know what we can do to help.all our love The putney
So sad to hear of your loss .It was so nice to have Dennis and his brother and sister grow up in the same congregation together with Judy’s kids. We look forward to seeing Dennis again when he’s resurrected. As Job 14: 15 says , “ You will call , and I will answer you. “
such a sad loss.Such a horrible loss. Everybody loved Dennis. He was always fun always laughing and joking.We will miss him so much..He is only asleep for a little while..aVery soon. He'll be with us again..Love you my family
We love Dennis, he will certainly be missed. We look forward to seeing him again in the new world. All of the Domers family are in our thoughts and prayers. ♡♡
Prayers that Jehovah gives you comfort. Christian love❤️
Dennis will truly be missed. We’ve had so many good times with Dennis on vacation and out on the boat. You could always count on Dennis to make you laugh from one of his corny jokes. I enjoyed working with him at some of the quick builds also. He was such a loving and caring friend. He was like an uncle to Ethan and I remember when Ethan was about 2 Dennis gave him some matchbox cars right before an assembly and we had the hardest times telling Ethan he couldn’t play with them until after the assembly. Dennis said that was one of the joys of being and uncle. We will now remember his family and friends in our prayers during this difficult time and especially his little boy Trendon who he loved so much. And can’t wait to see him again soon.
Dennis has been a big part of my life for many years.He had a unique way of making you smile. He always seemed ready for fun.Everytime you would see him his first reaction was to smile.I can't express how empty I have felt for the past few days.To the family I love you all and can't wait to welcome him back together.
Dennis has been a great friend for many years. We vacationed together several times and shared many great experiences. I immediately felt an emptiness when I heard that my friend had gone to sleep in death but quickly reminded myself of the wonderful resurrection hope we as friends of Dennis all share. So until that wonderful event arrives I will personally include in my prayers all friends and family of our great friend Dennis.
I am so sorry for your loss. Dennis was such a great guy. He will surely be missed by many. We had several converaations when we were neighbors. I can't help but to think of how in a very short time we will se him again. The hope we share is so very comforting. I will be praying for your families comfort and endurance throufh this difficult time.
We will truly miss Dennis ❤️❤️.We pray for your family through this difficult time. Dennis is at rest. He has made it to the finish line. Yet family and friends will feel a void and miss him greatly. Let the good memories keep him alive in all our hearts. May Jehovah grasp your right hand and help you walk through this.
My heart goes out to all family and friends. I loved Dennis like my own kids whom he grew up with. He was so sweet. Everyone who knew him will miss him, but we know he will be back soon.
I am so very sorry for the loss of your loved one I didn't know Dennis as well as most of you. But he is my brother in faith. He laid the floor in my kitchen and dinning room he and his little one had the biggest smile i send my love to all the family and friends 💕
Dennis was special to a lot of us. Ty has been remembering good times he spent with Dennis through the years. He also did floor work for us in two houses, we would not have had anyone else. We seen how happy he was when he was with his little boy . Our hearts go out to his family .
We love you! Looking forward to seeing Dennis again very soon. Welcoming him back to life on earth just in time to help him welcome back Nana together as a family. Lean on us. We are always near by.
We are so very sorry for your loss. May Jehovah the God of all comfort help you through this and very soon Dennis will be back and with his family again❤️
So sorry for your loss. I grew up with Richard and Dennis as they laid carpet for my dad for many years as I grew up as a child. We got reconnected when Kelli started watching my kids. He was truly a great guy. Praying for your family. His wife. And his kids.
The Domers family, My thoughts and prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time. Dennis was a very nice person and very helpful. he has done flloors for me and always did a great job. He will be missed by many.Shirley
Dennis did work for us several times through the years. He was a nice guy and a great worker. We always requested him. The last time he was here he was telling us about his son—he was so proud of him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time and the days ahead. Don and Raye Jean Linn
Hoping comfort can be drawn from knowing that your family are in the thoughts and prayers of many during this difficult time