Roy Arthur Horning
April 25, 1945 – November 30, 2018
Roy Arthur Horning April 25, 1945 ~ November 30, 2018 Pacific Grove
Roy Arthur Horning, known lovingly by family and friends as Art, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and loved ones.
Art was a professional photographer for much of his life. He was a true creative visionary, artist and music lover. His deep connection to the outdoors and his love of nature took him on many adventures throughout his life. Art was happiest when he was at home with his family and watching his grandchildren play. He also loved trips to Hawaii and camping in the Sierras.
Art is survived by his amazing wife, Cindy Horning; his children, Andrea, Benjamin, Stephanie and Jennifer; his brother, Andrew, and his sweet angels (his grandchildren), Ryann, Elijah and Xander Horning.
We thank you Papa for being simply the best. With heavy hearts earthside, we know you are soaking up the sunshine working on your suntan and eating vanilla sandwich cookies and milk with baby Aiden by your side somewhere over the rainbow.
A Celebration of Art’s Life will be announced.
Roy Arthur Horning
February 8, 2019
I just learned of Art's passing. I am saddened by the news. I've know Art for 14 years professionally and always enjoyed seeing and speaking to him. He served with my brother in the National Guard. My wishes and thoughts go out to all his family. He will be missed, he will be truly missed.
December 10, 2018
it was nice to stop by Cindy and Art's shop and talk with them, mostly about glass art. That store, Fusion/Confusion was/is a lot of fun, especially on First Friday's, when Art & Cindy would host a party. A lot of glass students at MPC are indebted to them for donating scrap glass, thank you.
December 7, 2018
Art was just the nicest man. I am so sorry he is gone--he will be missed by all who knew him. My thoughts are with his family.