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Sue P. Horton

April 20, 1952May 18, 2020

Sue P. Horton (nee Pollard) b. April 20, 1952 d. May 18, 2020 went home to be with the Lord in Ocala, FL on Monday, May 18, 2020 following a 5 year and 3-month battle with multiple myeloma. She was active in the Commercial Insurance industry in Tampa for over 30 years. She was also an active member of First Baptist Church of Tampa until she got sick where she participated in many facets of the Church’s Music Ministry. Most of all she was a Godly and virtuous wife and Mother. She is survived by her husband, Mike Horton of Ocala, FL, son, Christopher Horton of Brooksville, FL, his wife, Nikki and their daughter, Ashlyn Horton, son, Benjamin Horton of Lutz, FL, his wife Angelica Waters, and their son, Braxton Horton, her Mother, Genevieve Pollard of Mobile, AL, sister, Judy Stout of Mobile AL and her husband Rick Stout, Babs Jacobelli of Mobile, AL, and brother, Bill Pollard of Mobile AL and his wife, Beckie, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and 3 step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her younger sister Jan Summers of Mobile, AL. June 10, would have been Sue’s 48th wedding anniversary with Mike which followed a 7-year courtship. No one has ever had a more devoted and Godly wife than Sue was to Mike. Having given her heart to Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior, today she rests in the arms of Jesus, the Great Physician, no longer ravaged by disease and pain, forever rejoicing with Him. The visitation will be from 6:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at Blount & Curry MacDill Chapel. The Service will be held at First Baptist Church of Tampa at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, and officiated by the Reverend Ron Lambros of Atlanta, GA.

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  • She is survived by her husband, Mike Horton of Ocala, FL, son, Christopher Horton of Brooksville, FL, his wife, Nikki and their daughter, Ashlyn Horton, son, Benjamin Horton of Lutz, FL, his wife Angelica Waters, and their son, Braxton Horton, her Mother, Genevieve Pollard of Mobile, AL, sister, Judy Stout of Mobile AL and her husband Rick Stout, Babs Jacobelli of Mobile, AL, and brother, Bill Pollard of Mobile AL and his wife, Beckie, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and 3 step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her younger sister Jan Summers of Mobile, AL.

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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, May 26, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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David Butler

May 25, 2020

Sue will be deeply missed and was not just a fighter but a true warrior throughout the past five years battling a terrible illness.Many a person would have thrown the towel in just six months down the road but Sue being Sue she never once complained and took whatever was thrown at her in her stride .Remarkable strength ,courage and determination and a very rare quality . Rest In Peace Sue

David

Lizbeth Sue Livingston

May 23, 2020

I remember Sue as a classmate of mine at Davidson High School. She was always sweet, polite and nice to everyone. I remember she had band with Buddy (Burl) Livingston - my husband. God bless the family.

Jan (Thomas) Bailey

May 23, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m also very grateful I had the opportunity to see her again in October. Sue was always a sweetheart and an important part of the Davidson band. May you know the comfort of Christ in the days ahead.

Mary Nickerson

May 22, 2020

To Mike and the Horton Family, I was so pleased to have seen Sue in the last few days of her life. But also glad I met both Sue and you. The help and friendship you both gave to Sil and Randy was beautiful. I wish I could have done more. But Sue is now in Jesus’s loving arms forever. God bless you and you family. Mary Nickerson and Mary Circhirillo

Jeri Kane-Risin

May 22, 2020

I sang with Sue in the Alto section of sing live, and Mike was our vocal coach and conductor. Sue was always by his side, supporting him, and i remember their shared passion for Disney well. Such a lovely and kind lady! She was always a pleasure to be around. I am so sorry for your loss, Mike. She was a wonderful woman.

Mary Jo Hahn

May 22, 2020

I was so sorry to hear of Sue’s passing , Mike, our prayers and thought are with your family . Sue was always so sweet and kind to talk to, and I’m glad I got to know her through Singlive. I will always think of her when I use my Mickey Mouse Ears cookie cutter she bought me!!

Silvana Olding

May 22, 2020

I met Sue 2005 through Sing Live USA. Our friendship grew from there. My husband Randy, Mike, Sue and I enjoyed eating out and trying new dinning experiences. We enjoyed our numerous days at the various Disney theme parks. We also shared in Sue’s hard times. We watched time after time as she would fight her cancer head on and never ever complain. She was small in size but mighty in stature. She would come out on top each time. She was obedient to the Lord at all times even up until he called her home. I know Randy is saying to Sue “ hey no ass at all”. Well, she is finally refreshed and welcomed into the Feast of the Supper of the Lord and He has said, “ well done good and faithful servant”. I will miss you my dear Susie Q and friend. Say hi to Randy. Love you Sue. Will see you when I see ya. Pray for us.

Bob & Elsie Garner

May 21, 2020

We just learned of Sue's passing. We are so sorry and you have our prayers during this tough time.
Bob & Elsie

Paul and Diane Meyer

May 21, 2020

Mike and family: Sue will be remembered as a sweet and gentle person. Mike, you have been such a faithful and protective husband. May all of your precious memories of family and your many life adventures sustain and comfort you at this time of loss. We rejoice that Sue is no longer suffering but we know that her homegoing has left a huge void in your lives. God's blessings. With love,

Paul and Diane Meyer

Deronda Rice

May 20, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing Sue for over 25 years we were not only co- worker's we were friend's. She could light up a room just by her smile it was so contagious, she was kind, loving, compassionate one of the most beautiful souls I've ever known. Mike , please except my heartfelt condolences and I know you have many beautiful memories of your beautiful Sue to make you smile. Thinking of you at this difficult time!

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