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Georgia Doloris Horne

1 mai 193529 juillet 2021

Georgia Doloris Horne, age 86. Born May 1, 1935 in Butler, Missouri to loving parents, Albert and Pearl Horne (nee Elliott). The eldest of three, then a few years later came a sister Bonnie who became her best friend throughout their lives. A surprise brother came along about 8 years later named William “Bill”, they treated him as their baby.

Georgia’s work life was a hard life, living in poverty picking cotton in her early years then housekeeping and laundry until she retired.

During this, she got the best gift of her life, her son Johnnie and she doted over him the rest of her life. Even though she did not like her picture taken, she took pictures of him when she could afford too.

Loving mother-in-law to Mary Horne; She is a proud grandmother of 2, grandson William, better known as Billy and granddaughter Meghan Horne. Georgia is preceded in death by her siblings, Bonnie Paul and William Horne.

Georgia’s greatest joy was her son and she enjoyed spending her last 30+ years sharing a home with Johnnie and Mary.

Sadly, Georgia passed away peacefully at home on July 29, 2021.

Georgia was first and foremost a Doting mother, delightful daughter, sweet sister, no better mother-in-law, loving grandmother and dear friend. She was an all-around special and sweet lady.

Visitation Friday August 6, 2021 from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM at Hoffmiester South County Chapel 1515 Lemay Ferry Rd., Lemay, MO. Private inurnment at Mount Hope Cemetery at a later date.

Condolences may be offered at www.hoffmeistersouthcounty.com

  • FAMILLE

  • Albert Horne, Father (deceased)
  • Pearl (nee Elliott)Horne, Mother (deceased)
  • Johnnie Horne, Son
  • Mary Horne, Daughter-in-law
  • William"Billy" Horne, Grandson
  • Meghan Horne, Granddaughter
  • Georgia was first and foremost a Doting mother, delightful daughter, sweet sister, no better mother-in-law, loving grandmother and dear friend. She was an all-around special and sweet lady.

Services

  • Visitation

    vendredi, 6 août , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    mercredi, 11 août , 2021

Souvenirs

Georgia Doloris Horne

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Judy Meyer

7 août , 2021

Georgia,
You are more than my sisters Mother-in-law, you are family. I remember spending Christmas together, family events, and you 75th birthday. Always had a smile on your face. I love watching you and my Mom talk. Both of you put your children before yourself and loved coffee. You always had a story about your Johnnie. I know you are in heaven telling those same storys. You are a special lady. You are love by many. Thank you for letting us be a part for your family. We are blessed to have been apart of you adventure. Never goodbye, but see you someday.
Love,
Judy
(The Baby Sister)

Ladonna case

6 août , 2021

Georgia used to be roomies with me when I lift my sister Mary and my brother-in-law job we used to stay up late talking my Mary was at work and John was sleeping because he had to work in the daytime we used to watch the Dukes of Hazzard together and we used to always have fun she always asks about me and my sisters to see how we were doing we love her very much

Sandra Cannon

5 août , 2021

I remember Georgia as a wonderful lady. She was loving, kind and a gentle soul. A dear mother to John and mother-in-law to Mary. She was a great extension to our family and will be dearly missed. She is in our hearts.

Lisa Case

5 août , 2021

My Memories of Georgia are of this quiet reserved lady with always a smile and a kind word. Georgia and I stood witness to John and Mary' on their wedding day and I know how much she is loved and how much of her will remains forever in our hearts and memories.
May peace be with Georgia and no more pain or suffering for I believe she is with the Lord in a Beautiful afterlife.
Love Lisa

MARY HORNE

4 août , 2021

Georgia endured a long and happy life with lots of challenges throughout. I got to see her the last 30+ years she was fun, witty, loving, funny and ever so strong and STUBBORN. She also showed me unconditional LOVE. The day Georgia passed she opened her eyes when John gave her medication, then after John was at work she started to go I called John with my speaker phone on. To tell him to come home. When Georgia heard Johns voice she took her last breath. That's a MOTHER'S LOVE!!! She saw and heard him without him watching her pass, TO LESSEN HIS PAIN. She was true meaning of "LOVING MOTHER"
Thanks Georgia, Love Mary

Johnnie Horne

4 août , 2021

My Dearest Mother, I miss you more than I can say. I still hear the microwave door in the morning warming up your COFFEE. It makes me smile thinking your spirit is still here having our morning JAVA!!!
YOUR LOVING SON

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