Marie Horner
April 6, 1918  -  October 23, 2018

Marie Horner

Funeral Service
First Baptist Church Uvalde
220 N. High St.
Uvalde, TX  78801
Saturday, October 27, 2018
1:00 PM
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Hillcrest Cemetery
1300 W. Main
Uvalde, TX  78801
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Marie Glaspy Horner, 100, passed away October 23, 2018 at Lake Granbury Medical Center. Funeral services will be Saturday, October 27, at 1:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Uvalde with Rev. Lonnie Moore officiating. Burial will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Cemetery in Uvalde.
Marie was born April 6, 1918 to Miles Durham and Ida (Wood) Glaspy in Ennis, Texas. She graduated from Baylor University in 1939 and began her teaching career in Hereford, Texas. Marie married Needham George Horner in 1946 and moved to Uvalde where she and Needham were active members of the First Baptist Church and other civic organizations.
Marie was preceded in death by her husband, her son J. Miles Horner, her grandson, Jonathan Horner, her parents, five brothers and one sister.
Survivors include her sons, David and wife Carol of Waco, and Alan and wife Jan of Granbury, grandchildren, Lauren Horner of Dallas, Amanda Ohlenburg and husband Jim of Dallas, Todd Horner of Austin, Abigail Boney and husband Cory of Waco, and great grandchildren Jack and William Ohlenburg, Blaine Horner and Abigail Horner, along with many nieces and nephews.
Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church of Uvalde, 220 N. High St., Uvalde, TX 78801, the Brazos Education Foundation, 2600 Washington Ave., Waco, Texas 76710, or the charity of your choice.


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  1. Shelby McCasland
    Seattle, WA

    I was fortunate to have spent time with Mrs. Horner growing up in Uvalde. I loved when I would go over to her house with my grandmother or my mom and listen to her tell stories. I always found her so fascinating and loved exploring her home. This time of year she would always have a special Halloween treat for me waiting in the kitchen because we never used the front door. I can’t remember how this tradition started but to this day I can remember clearly going over every Haloween. She was a wonderful, one of a kind woman. I wish I could attend her service and express my condolences in person. I am so sorry for your loss. - Shelby McCasland

  2. Mark Todd
    Washington, DC

    All our family remember Mrs. Horner with the fondest of memories, and, love, the countless years she was a part of all our lives. We sympathize with you all at this time of sorrow and know that your fond memories, too, will, in time lesson the sorrow. Loved daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother,aunt and dear friend to so many, a life well-lived. . .
    Julia Watkins Todd, Houston Texas
    Allison and Brandon Lee, Lauren Margaret, Caroline, and David, Dallas Texas
    Sarah, Roger, and Emily Paredes, Houston Texas
    Katie, Rick and Ben Noble, Houston, Texas
    Mark Todd, Washington , DC

  3. Cindy Peters
    Granbury, TX

    Our deepest sympathies to the Horner Family from the whole Peters clan. With our prayers for comfort, Cindy Peters and Family

  4. David & Jo Thompson
    Princeton, TX

    Please accept our sincerest Condolences, Sympathies and Prayers for the Family and Friends of Marie Horner during this time of loss.

    Psalm 23
    "All is well with my Soul"

  5. Anne Mitchell Vickers
    Big Lake, TX

    Dear Hornet Family, I am so very sorry to learn of the passing of your dear mother.....such a kind, gracious lady. My heart go out to you at this very sad time. Hold onto your lifetime of sweet memories.
    Love, Anne

  6. Mary louise fitch Jolley Dickehut
    Del rio, TX

    I send my love and sympathy to the loss of Marie! What a marvelous wonderful lady! she and Needham were our neighbors and friends all my life ! she was an amazing talented lady! My love , Mary Louise

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