Homer Robert Belche, Jr.

January 27, 1944December 9, 2018

Homer R. Belché, Jr. “Bob” 74, of Mechanicsburg passed away Sunday, December 09, 2018 in Helen M. Simpson Rehabilitation Hospital. He was a loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Marine and a spirit which will live on for all time. Survived by his wife of 37 years, Dorinda. His Children Bliss Scheumack, Brianna Belché Gray, BobBelché, Bradley Belché, Stacey Lee. Sons in law: Michael Scheumack, Andrew Gray. Daughter in law: Jinmi Belché. His Grandchildren: Evan Scheumack, Connor Scheumack, Owen Belché, Benjamin Gray. “In the end, it’s not the years in life that count. It’s the life in your years.” Viewing will be 6pm-8pm, Friday, December 14, 2018 at Neill Funeral Home. Camp Hill, PA. Military Honors will be at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery. Friday, December 21, 2018 12:30pm In lieu of sending flowers, please consider making a donation on behalf of Bob Belché to the Veterans Advocacy Associates.


  • Dorinda Belche, Spouse
  • Bliss Scheumack, Daughter
  • Brianna Belche-Gray, Daughter
  • Bob Belche, Son
  • Bradley Belche, Son
  • Stacey Lee, Daughter
  • Sons-In-Law: Michael Scheumack, Andrew Gray.Daughter-in-law Jinmi Belche.
    Grandchildren Evan Scheumack, Connor Scheumack, Owen Belche and Benjamin Gray


  • Viewing Friday, December 14, 2018
  • Burial Friday, December 21, 2018

Homer Robert Belche, Jr.

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Patricia Ress Kelly trprkelly

December 16, 2018

Beloved brother. I will always hear your laughter and remember your humorous stories. Say hi to everyone there for me.

Stephen Andrejack

December 15, 2018

To the Belche Family,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bob was a great guy, father and friend. He was a proud father and a champion of his children’s education and interests. I enjoyed Bob’s stories and certainly appreciated his support of our schools at EP.

We lost a great guy! God Bless!
Dr. Andrejack and Family

Austin Willi

December 10, 2018

Bob was a very dear friend and I will always treasure the many hours we spent on the Gettysburg Battlefield or leading fifth grade students on field trips. I will miss his laughter and the love of history we shared. He was a great father who was extremely proud of his children and their successes, which he loved to talk about. I was always proud that this brave marine and Viet Nam Veteren called me a friend. I will miss you friend