Richard W. Horn

December 12, 1961October 10, 2020

Richard W. Horn was born on December 12, 1961 and passed away on October 10, 2020 and is under the care of Kraeer-Fairchild Funeral Home and Cremation Center.

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Bill Emory

October 23, 2020

Just learned this today, such a loss.
Richard was both a colleague, friend, and boss in couple of businesses, and was one of those rare people who had 'the sparkle' in his dealings w/others and in his ability to lead.
He will truly be missed.
My condolences to Angie, their daughters, and the family.
Bill Emory

Brett Cobb

October 20, 2020

Richard was a well respected colleague and friend with a combination of values, morals and a personality that is hard to find these days. Condolences to Angie, the girls and all that were close to him. Rest In Peace my friend.

Matt Cobb

October 20, 2020

I was devastated to find out about this. One of the BEST guys I have ever worked with. So much respect. You will be missed. Rest in peace my friend.

Gary & Carol Parsons

October 18, 2020

We are so sorry to hear about Richard. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Gary & Carol Parsons

Bob Averitt

October 16, 2020

I first met Richard in Pulaski, TN when I came to work at Arvin Ride Control. Richard was an integral part of the organization and a good friend. He followed us to Bliss and Trim Systems in the years to follow as a critical part to our team. My deepest sympathies to Richard’s family. He will be missed.

David Mitchell

October 16, 2020

Richard was a good friend and mentor for myself in my early years at CVG. We shared long days, good times, and worked to grow CVG for Merv Dunn, CEO and friend to Richard. Richards counseling to myself was instrumental to my 19 year tenure at CVG. Richard often spoke fondly of his wife Angie during our time together. My deepest condolences to Richard’s family. May you find peace and comfort in the memories of good times with Richard.

Ryan Kastner

October 13, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Richards sudden passing. Richard was a a client of mine and I always enjoyed our conversations. I would see him a few times a year since 2015 when I would fly in from New Jersey for benefits open enrollment. Richard would fill our time together with stories of his time in the army, life in Tennessee, stories about his wife and daughters, and some great life advice. He would tell me about his morning walks and the beach club he belonged too. Richard would always pick me up from my hotel in his famous green Xterra and would never let me Uber to the airport...he always insisted on dropping me off. As a northerner, Richards kindness and friendly nature at all times always amazed me.

I’ll miss our great conversations and the friendship we developed but am glad I got to know and work with Richard. I learned a lot from him and he will be missed.

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