Fullerton — Doloris Marie Homolka, 51, of Fullerton, formerly of Stuart and Chambers, died peacefully Sunday, March 26, 2023 at Arbor Care Center in Fullerton after a hard-fought battle with calciphylaxis.
Visitation was held Friday, March 31, 2023 at Palmer-Santin Funeral Home in Fullerton.
Visitation continued Saturday, April 1, 2023 at the Nance County Events Center in Fullerton.
Memorial services were held Saturday, April 1, 2023 at the event center in Fullerton. Denny Reis officiated.
Burial was in the Sunnyside Cemetery near Genoa.
Memorials may be made to the Grace Baptist Church in Genoa or Hellfighters Motorcycle Ministry in Doloris' name.
Doloris was born Oct. 17, 1971 to Alois and Sandra (Coenen) Warner at Atkinson. She grew up in Stuart and during elementary school they moved to Chambers. She graduated from Chambers High School in 1990. She graduated from Mount Marty University with a bachelor's degree in respiratory therapy in 1994.
After graduation, she worked in Norfolk at Faith Regional Health Services. In 1995, she moved to Hastings and worked at Mary Lanning Healthcare until December 2022 when her health declined. During college, she also worked at Mount Rushmore during the summers. She also helped run an asthma camp at Mary Lanning for many years.
On March 23, 2019, she was united in marriage to Brian Homolka and they made their home in Fullerton.
Doloris loved to bake and always brought food to bake sales. She also loved vacationing at various state parks and staying in cabins with family. She loved her dogs and just animals in general.
Doloris is survived by her husband Brian of Fullerton; three siblings Alton "Buddy" (Darline) Warner of Elgin, Kristine Warner of Hastings and Arlan "Archie" Warner of Hastings; four nieces and nephews Kayla (Miguel) Jaras, Amber (Bob) Coakes, Alois (Daylinn) Warner and Ryan (Savannah Heithoff) Warner; five great-nieces and -nephews Lilly and Quinton Jaras, Levi and Charlie Coakes, Daxton Tabor and another one on the way; father- and mother-in-law Jim and Carol Homolka of Genoa; her second mother Pauline Durre; and many other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents Alois and Sandra Warner and one brother Ward Warner.
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