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Mr. Demetre Speros Homer
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Greek Church of the Holy Trinity, Endowment Fund
    30 Race Street
    Charleston, SC 29403
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • MUSC Living Donor Institute: Division of Transplant Surgery
    PO Box 250613
    Charleston, SC 29425

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“I knew Deme from Bishop England and we both attended the College of Charleston as well. Every memory I have of him was him making a joke and putting...Read More »
1 of 25 | Posted by: Karem Neumann

“ll of my love for the valued time we shated. The loss is huge..Your Greek cousin, Nat, ”
2 of 25 | Posted by: Natasha Vloutoglou Athens Greece

“Alexis and Georgia. The Freudenberg's are so sorry to hear about your brother. Our prayers are with your family. May his memory be a blessing for all...Read More »
3 of 25 | Posted by: Larry Freudenberg - Charleston, SC

“My family and I are so sorry for your loss. May God bless you with peace and may his memory be eternal. ”
4 of 25 | Posted by: Rosemary Littleton - Salem, SC

“Alexis and Georgia and families, prayers for you all at this difficult time. I have fond memories of Deme's amazing dancing and wit during our Goya...Read More »
5 of 25 | Posted by: Christina Papakirk - Springboro, OH

“Dear Homer family , I'm so sorry to hear of Demetre's passing . He was so young & a wonderful brother ,uncle and friend to everyone. Thinking of...Read More »
6 of 25 | Posted by: Terri Gelegotis Bomar - SC

“My thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family. "Deme" and I worked together at SAIC a few years back. He is "one of a kind". He will be...Read More »
7 of 25 | Posted by: Alan Goodwin - Moncks Corner, SC

“In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always. ”
8 of 25 | Posted by: KRISTIANA PAPAIOANNOU - family

“Demetre will truely be missed. I worked with him at SAIC over the past nine years, he always new what to say to make you smile. He would bring in ...Read More »
9 of 25 | Posted by: Becky Lombardo - Moncks Corner, SC

“I am so sorry for your loss. He will be greatly missed. ”
10 of 25 | Posted by: Kelley Shisko - Charleston, SC

“I know this has been a difficult year and now another big loss. We all enjoyed his humor. He brought light to our day. Alexis and Georgia, all of us...Read More »
11 of 25 | Posted by: Lyn Wolfrom - Charleston, SC

“Alexis, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and all of your family. May God bless you all and give you comfort. ”
12 of 25 | Posted by: Warren Coker - Florence, SC

“So sorry for your loss. Praying for your family. ”
13 of 25 | Posted by: Lisa Ard

“I am so sad for you all. I know what a close family you are, including Pepi, from the stories I have heard. I know any loss creates an empty spot...Read More »
14 of 25 | Posted by: Malynda Young - Aiken, SC

“Alexis and Georgia, we are so saddened to hear of the passing of Deme. He was an incredible man full of life. We have such great memories of him....Read More »
15 of 25 | Posted by: Vangie Anastopoulo - FL

“Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. He will be missed. ”
16 of 25 | Posted by: Danny Croghan

“I was so sad to read Demetre's notice. I saw him briefly about 2 weeks ago. He was a most interesting person and in reading his notice I realized how...Read More »
17 of 25 | Posted by: A friend

“Goodbye my lovely friend and coworker, I will miss you dearly. May God bless and comfort your family in their time of mourning. ”
18 of 25 | Posted by: Agnes "Agnee" Judge - Charleston, SC

“In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always. ”
19 of 25 | Posted by: COSTAS PAPAIOANNOU GREECE ATHENS


20 of 25 | Posted by: KRISTIANA PAPAIOANNOU - family

“Alexis and Georgia, so sorry to read this! he was so wonderful! I remember laughing like crazy with him and your mom when I had simply delicious...Read More »
21 of 25 | Posted by: A friend

“I am so sorry for your loss. Rachelle ”
22 of 25 | Posted by: rachelle lavelle - Charleston, SC

“Dear Homer family: My heart bleeds over the loss of Deme. He truly was a fine, brilliant person. He always had a smile on his face. When he came...Read More »
23 of 25 | Posted by: Mary Lee Lavelle - Charleston, SC

“My thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family. ”
24 of 25 | Posted by: Nichole Reid - Charleston, SC

“Alexis:We are so sorry for your loss. May God grant you consolation and peace. You and your family are in our prayers.With love,Andrea and Seamus ”
25 of 25 | Posted by: A friend


Demetre Speros Homer "Deme", 50, of Charleston, SC, son of the late Arthur and Christina Homer entered into eternal rest Saturday, August 19, 2017. His funeral service will be held Friday, August 25, 2017 in the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, 30 Race Street at 11:00 am. Private family Interment, Live Oak Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. Downtown Chapel.

Deme was born on July 3, 1967. The youngest of three children, Deme spent his early childhood in Greece, moving back to Charleston in 1973. He graduated from Bishop England High School, and went on to Georgetown University receiving an undergraduate degree in Language and Linguistics where he became fluent in five languages. He then graduated from Thunderbird University in Arizona and received a Master's Degree in Global Management with an emphasis in Linguistics. After graduating from Thunderbird, he worked in New York City and Washington D.C.

In 1999, he became an employee of SAIC, one of the nation's largest security technology firms as a Communications Principal. SAIC brought him to live and work in his beloved Greece where he became part of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games' security team. A dedicated parishioner of The Holy Trinity, he was a member of the Order of AHEPA, Plato Chapter 4 and the Male Choir. From a young age, Deme was known for his love of Greek dancing and heritage. His passion for the arts, music, and theater took him to the Charleston Stage where he performed in several musicals such as Annie, Fiddler on the Roof, and Man of La Mancha.

He is survived by two sisters, Alexis H. Glover (Cregg) and Georgia H. Darby (John) both of Mount Pleasant; his nieces and nephews JC Darby (Susannah), Christina Glover, Arthur Darby, Alexander Glover, Litsa Darby, and Andrew Glover; and his dear dog, Pepi.

"Mimo" will be dearly missed by his nieces and nephews affectionately known as the "Six Pack", and by all who enjoyed his quick wit, sharp tongue, and fashionable style. Mimo taught us all a valuable lesson, "it's not the load that breaks you down, it's the way you carry it". Although his final resting place is in Charleston, his heart will forever lay in Greece. May his memory be eternal.

Memorials may be made to the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity Endowment Fund, 30 Race Street, Charleston, SC 29403 or to the MUSC Living Donor Institute: Division of Transplant Surgery, PO Box 250613, Charleston, SC 29425.