OBITUARY

Anne T. Hornik

September 30, 1931October 12, 2020

Anne T. Hornik was born on September 30, 1931 and passed away on October 12, 2020 and is under the care of Claude R. Boyd - Caratozzolo Funeral Home.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held on October 16, 2020 at 11:15 am at Ss Cyril & Methodius RC Church, Deer Park Ave, Deer Park, NY. Committal Service will be held on October 16, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Calverton National Cemetery, 210 Princeton Blvd, Calverton, NY.

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Services

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, October 16, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Friday, October 16, 2020

Memories

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Theresa Abone

October 15, 2020

To another wonderful mother of 7, she was truly amazing and blessed! Thinking of all my HORNIK cousins and hoping you will be able to soon replace your tears with smiles when you recall all your great “mom” memories!
Love you all ❤️❤️❤️

My fondest and funniest memory is of Aunt Anne’s fabulous meatballs at Barbara’s House years ago, and my kids liking hers more than mine!! 😂😊❤️

Susan, Mike, Ryan & Kirsten Grammer

October 15, 2020

Thinking of you all and knowing that your wonderful memories of Anne will guide you through the difficult days to come.

Susan, Mike, Kirsten & Ryan Grammer

Daniel Robb

October 14, 2020

Words fail me when I wish they would come most freely. I know Mrs. Hornik had many fans as she lived a life of goodness, care for others, and belief that the future is always ours to make better.

I was blessed luck to grow up across the street from her and the Hornik family. To this day, I am so thankful I did. For years after I left Deer Park, but my mom stay across the street, I would come home for holidays and ask, "are we going over to the Hornik's while I'm home?" Mrs. Hornik's home at 289 was always a second home to me on 24th Street and I carry with me the years of happiness. Mrs. Hornik did me the honor of being in touch with me for many years, as recently as a few months ago. I treasured every conversation with her and each talk ended with us both smiling ear to ear about the wonders of living on West 24th together. In so many ways, our families grew up together.

Mrs. Hornik was so kind to my mother and me for so many years. The little things meant so much and Mrs. Hornik lead a life of little things that accumulated into one great life! I am so grateful that life allowed me to benefit from her kindness and that she continued to allow me to be a part of hers. Mrs. Hornik will be missed, but the lives of so many (myself included) are richer for having had her kindness and helpful hand for so many years.

Lucky Grandchildren

October 14, 2020

We know you thought you were One Lucky Grandma, but we were the really lucky ones.

Thank you, Grandma. We love you.

Mike Connors

October 13, 2020

To all of you, the brothers and sisters in my second family.
My condolences on Mom passing. She will certainly be missed.
For over 40+ years, starting with a snowstorm, she welcomed me and treated me like one of her own, without pause or reservation. Always keen on details and caring about what was happening in my life. She welcomed Lisa and Joanna in the same way. Amazing. A comforting woman.
She beamed calling me "her other son", so did I.
She is at peace now, she joins the spirits of a lot of loved ones.
Again, Joanna and I will miss her.
Thanks Mom H, for everything.
Rest In Peace.
One day at a time.
Mike C

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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