William “Dennis” Domer, went into the presence of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Friday, February 17, 2017 as a result of a motorcycle accident. Dennis was 67 years old and had just retired from a long career as a trucker with an incredible record for safety, the last 30 years with ABF Freight. Dennis was a faithful and loving servant of God having become a Christian early in his adulthood. He had two loves: first was his love for His Lord and serving Him in his church of 33 years. Last Sunday, he prophetically stood before his church and stated, “What do you do when you retire? You go be with the Lord!” All of us who knew and loved him are shocked that his word would be so quickly fulfilled. He often prayed for God's protection when riding, and always prayed that God would be glorified in all he did. Thus his homegoing was not an accident, but a call to come home from His God. https://youtu.be/TqCovP2b Dennis Domer Testimonyyoutu.be Dennis was that quiet, faithful servant who was always there to do the little things hidden, unseen, and unnoticed by others, not looking for the reward or applause of men, but only that of his God. He had deep spiritual perception and understanding that few knew about. He loved studying his Bible, and listening to Christian music in his truck as he drove, not having a CB like almost all truckers. He did not own a TV – not for any religious reasons – he just had no interest in watching. He was a humble man with a sweet spirit that invited the love of others. Dennis second love was riding his Harley's. He began riding motorcycles in his teens and presently had three, each one with over 100,000 miles on them, only because he maintained them so well. He probably had more than a dozen different Harley's. He was planning on buying a new Harley Road King for his retirement riding, but now is riding “bike-free” with His Lord and Savior. He was a faithful member of the Christian Motorcycle Association, having served both as Chaplain and Vice President of the Living Wheels chapter. He was a Lifetime Member of the Harley Owner's Group since its inception in 1983 and the local Steel Horse H.O.G. Chapter. He always felt he was most at home either with his Christian brethren or in the saddle. His most well-known comment was, “I could ride ALL DAY!” He was an extremely safe and careful rider, riding almost like he was driving an 18-wheeler. Dennis served in the Navy during the late 60's with an honorable discharge. He is survived by his son, William Adam, and two granddaughters, Trista and Kloe and his sister Diane Dunlap in Florida. His parents are deceased. Funeral services will be private.