Ranger Homer A. White

Ranger Homer A. White

Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Rangers, Texas

End of Watch Friday, December 8, 1961

Homer A. White

Ranger Homer White and Polygraph Operator Oscar Brett were killed when the patrol car they were in was struck by a train while en route to a murder investigation.

Ranger White had been with the agency for 5 years.


  • Age 32
  • Tour 5 years
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Struck by train

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You are missed and loved very much. I wish I could have met you and I know Dad carries you in his heart. When I was born, Dad used your initials H. A. to give me the name Heather Angela. When I made the choice to become a police officer, it was with you and Dad in mind. My name plate on patrol was inscribed H. A. White. I wish you could see the kind of man your son became. My older brother, Rick and I are police officers, carrying on our family's tradition of Texas Law Enforcement. I have a son and two daughters now. My son, Connor, is Dad's constant companion. Connor wants to be a Marine when he grows up, like you and Dad were.

I love you, see you soon.

Sgt. Heather A. Clark
Graddaughter to Ranger White

May 21, 2013

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