OBITUARY

Cindy Mae Horner

April 13, 1959February 28, 2019
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Cindy Mae Horner, age 59 of Perry Township, passed away on February 28, 2019 in Canton, Ohio.

Cindy was born April 13, 1959 in Canton, Ohio to Louis and Dorothy Predragovich. She graduated from Hoover High School, was a member of Greentown Church of the Nazarene, loved her children and grandchildren, and enjoyed sewing and making puppets.

She was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband of almost 40 years, John, her children, April (Dustin) Yoak, Louis Horner, and Stephanie Horner, grandchildren Cadence and Riley Yoak, sisters, Jane (Alan) Boggs, and Debbie (Scott) Drost, and brothers Robert Predragovich, and David (Shannon) Predragovich.

Friends and family may call on Thursday, March 7, 2019 from 10-12 at Karlo-Libby Funeral Home. Services will follow at 12 p.m.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, March 7, 2019
REMEMBERING

Cindy Mae Horner

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Robert Bussey

March 15, 2019

Dear John... I just now saw this, Friday March 15, and am saddened because I know you loved your wife so very, very much! I remember that Cindy shared your Faith In Christ giving you and loved ones His Hope for Eternal Life. May our Lord strengthen you and your children, as well as all of those who knew and loved your wife, and may this be a time for all of us to reflect on the importance of The Cross, God's Way of removing sin from the Spirit so that Spirit can enter His Holy Heaven!

Laura Starcher Chevalier

March 8, 2019

Your family has been in my thoughts as well as my prayers this week. I pray blessing, comfort and peace for the entire family.

We had a lot of good times at Greentown Church of the Nazarene over the years! May you find strength in your memories and Hope from our Heavenly Father.

Love,
Laura

Bettyjo and viola King, Filing

March 3, 2019

Viola and I were just talking about this today thinking about our dear Cindy.
We were at her house and our brother went to work.
She came into the room we were in and wanted to sleep with us on the floor. We just had such a great time. We talked for about an hour and then we all got up and went into the living room. When all of sudden the smoke detector started chirping. She thought it was a bird. We just started laughing. She remembered the birds towards the end of her earthly time.
That's what well miss the most, is her smile and laughter. She has gotten her wings and
She is in her mansion cabin with her God.
We will miss you sister

Bettyjo and Viola

Brittany Tanksley

March 3, 2019

Her and my grandma would do puzzles on the holidays with my daughter. And now she loves puzzles we buy a new one every month!!! And my grandparents use to take me down to there house in SC every summer when I was younger. I loved those times.

Jennifer Moody (Rudd)

March 3, 2019

Mr. John and Mrs. Cindy used to be our neighbors when I was a kid...down here in Goose Creek, SC. Seems like ages ago. I remember her and my mom spending lots of time hanging out having good conversations...or her teaching my mom to sew. Or her chasing down my brother when he threw a frog on my mom. Lots of different memories. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Love y'all

JoAnn Clark

March 2, 2019

Cindy was my sister-in-law for almost 40 years. I have quite a few memories of her but my favorite one was a time when we spoke on the phone for 2 hours! It was a wonderful conversation with her and I will always treasure that memory. I thank Cindy for being such a loving wife to my brother and a wonderful mother to my nieces and nephew. You will be missed on this earth but I'm looking forward to having another 2 hour conversation when we meet again. I'm sure that conversation will start with you telling me that God said "well done my good and faithful servant". You were a wonderful example of His love.

Elizabeth Hoffman

March 2, 2019

Oh Cindy, I will truly miss your laugh. We have shared so memories through the years. My favorite memory is when you and I got together to clip our store coupons.. You and your green beans..
My Sister Victoria Had Written This Poem For Such A Time As This:
When I Go Away
When I go away; Will you remember me,
The one who brought forth many wonderful colors of life?
There within you: the question lies unanswered; to open a book of life.
To span the possibilities, of finding.
I'm not really away; but live within the walls of your mind, which has many rooms to stay.
I will be there to give you smiles and joy of memories I left you.
Of Good Thoughts.
I will never go away; As Long As You Remember....
Victoria Ann Witt.copywrite@1987

Mary Russell

March 2, 2019

I will miss you dear girl but I know you are happier now in the presence of Jesus and NO MORE Pain. I remember babysitting you and how much fun we had together. Also you liked to blow bubbles with your spit. ha ha John, may our Lord comfort you in your time of deep sorrow. Love and prayers.

Vicki Witt

March 1, 2019

Cindy was my friend and dear sister. I will miss her for the things we got to do together and learn.
Cindy May you have continue joy.
Love you
Vicki

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Biography

Cindy Mae Horner

Cindy was one of five born of Louis and Dorothy Predragovich. She was born April 13, 1959. Her oldest brother is Robert, then her brother and sister after her are Jane, Debbie, and David.

She met John, her husband, back in 1967 while attending the Greentown Church of the Nazarene. Cindy and John got married in the Greentown Church of the Nazarene on April 14, 1979.

Then during her lifetime until August 2003, Cindy went with John while he was serving in the Navy.

During that time, they had three children, two girls, and one boy. Their names are April, oldest daughter, Louis, only son, and Stephanie, youngest daughter.

April married Dustin and had two girls, Cadence, and Riley.

After John retired from the Navy, they moved back to Ohio to help take care of Cindy's parents.

While taking care of Cindy's parents, they received the news that Cindy had terminal cancer.