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Elliot Horvath

August 30, 1973April 18, 2020

Elliot Horvath passed away in San Francisco at the age 46. He was the son of Robert Horvath and Susanne Horvath-Evert. Brother of Alexis Horvath-Gaian. Uncle of William Hamed. Elliot graduated from Ocean View high school in Huntington Beach where he was active on the debate team for Model United Nations. He graduated from the University of California at San Diego 5th college with a BA in political science and from the University of California at Riverside with a MA in eastern European history. He spoke four languages traveling extensively in Europe, the Mideast, and the far east. He worked at the San Francisco Daily Grill restaurant for over twenty years as a waiter and trainer for the company. Elliot was cremated on 4/29/2020 in San Francisco. He loved San Francisco, the restaurant industry, his co-workers, and his friends. Elliot will be missed for his fun-loving personality, caring heart, and infectious smile. In lieu of flowers please donate to the charity of your choice.


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Elliot Horvath

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Christine Moser

May 2, 2020

Suzanne and Wayne and family so sorry to hear of your precious sons passing. What a amazing life he lived and touched so many lives. His joy and love radiates from the pictures you have shared and I'm sure he is sharing that beautiful spirit of love in heaven with our sweet Jesus. All our love and prayers during this difficult time.

John S

May 1, 2020

I'm very sad to hear this news. My condolences to Elliot's family and friends. Much love to all.

Alexis Gaian - Sister

April 24, 2020

In remembrance of Elliot

Don’t think of him as gone away
his journey’s just begun,
life holds so many facets
this earth is only one.

Just think of him as resting
from the sorrows and the tears
in a place of warmth and comfort
where there are no days and years.

Think how he must be wishing
that we could know today
how nothing but our sadness
can really pass away.

And think of him as living
in the hearts of those he touched…
for nothing loved is ever lost
and he was loved so much.

-Ellen Brenneman


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