Adine Horn Moseley

July 18, 1928January 14, 2020

Adine Horn Moseley was born July 18, 1928 to Green and Glenda Horn in Petrey, Alabama, and passed from this life into her heavenly home on January 14, 2020. As an adult with children she earned undergraduate and graduate degrees, and she worked for many years as a high school teacher and guidance counselor. She was a devoted Christian and active member, Sunday School teacher, and choir member at Eastern Hills Baptist Church in Montgomery. She was preceded in death by Neal Moseley, her husband of 66 years, and is survived by her brother, Jack Horn(Merle);her two children, Joyce Pickett (Ronald), and Allan Moseley (Sharon); five grandchildren, Jonathan Moseley (Laura Leigh), Hope Pickett, David Moseley (Amy), Ron Pickett (Rachel), and Anna Puryear (David); eleven great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. The family will receive visitors at White Chapel-Greenwood Funeral Home on Lincoln Road in Montgomery on Thursday, January 16, at 1:30P.M.,the funeral service will be at White Chapel at 2:00 P.M., and a graveside service will follow.


  • Green Horn, Father (deceased)
  • Glenda Horn, Mother (deceased)
  • Neal Moseley, Husband (deceased)
  • Jack Horn (Merle), Brother
  • Joyce Pickett (Ronald), Daughter
  • Allan Moseley (Sharon), Son
  • Jonathan Moseley (Laura Leigh), Grandson
  • Hope Pickett, Granddaughter
  • David Moseley (Amy), Grandson
  • Ron Pickett (Rachel), Grandson
  • Anna Puryear (David), Granddaughter


  • Funeral Service Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Committal Service Thursday, January 16, 2020


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Mary Frances Garner

January 15, 2020

So thankful for our precious Cousin, Adine. We called each other the "Youngest and Oldest" Horn first cousins. We'd joke and laugh. Adine always had a warm smile and kind word. Her arms always reached out for a hug. Horn Reunions won't be the same, Cousins Day you'll be missed. So thankful for all the special times we shared as family. She influenced my life in so many ways. Family comes first, keep God centered in our lives. She truly was a wonderful teacher of life's lessons, and true Horn Family grit. I am so grateful to God for Adine's life and strong witness for Christ. Adine Horn Moseley, you will live on in our Hearts forever. Heaven's gain is our loss. But we will see you again at that big Horn Reunion in the sky. Thankful for the legacy you leave behind. Truly a remarkable beautiful Christian influence on so many of our lives.

jack horn

January 15, 2020

i always had fun kidding her about me being the baby we both knew that we loved each othervery much. rest in peace sis i love you your baby brother.

Stephen Long

January 14, 2020

I will miss you at the reunions. Not many know me, but John Hayayard Horn Sr was married to my Aunt & John Jr was my only first cousin. (except for the babies lost early in life) I have been to, and met MANY of my Horn family since attending the reunions, and have had the pleasure of meeting and spending time with this wonderful kin. I loved cousin John dearly, as I do you all. I pray for our Lord Jesus to bless and comfort all my Horn family through our loss. May we see each other again in the Glory of Heaven with our Lord.