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James Clarence Horney, Jr.

November 4, 1938 - February 4, 2016
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James Clarence Horney, Jr., 77, of Rising Sun, MD, formerly of Baltimore, passed away February 4, 2016. Born November 4, 1938 in Baltimore, MD, James was the son of the late James Clarence Horney, Sr. and the late Alice Elizabeth (Fousek) Horney. James worked at Burgers Erectors, Inc. as a sheet metal mechanic for 52Continue Reading

Terry Berg left a message on February 11, 2016:
I think of Yank as a quiet man whose waters ran deep. He lived a good life focusing on what was important--loving his family and taking care of them. It's comforting to know that he and Peggy who I loved dearly are together again. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. Terry Berg
lee hamill left a message on February 9, 2016:
So sorry for ur loss, my prayers and thoughts r with u and your family...Love u all miss you ...Lee Hamill
Tina Bell left a message on February 9, 2016:
To one of the most giving person I have ever known, I can still remember when I was a child and sitting on the steps of Aunt/Grandma Marge's row house listening to the stories Peggy and Yank were telling us. It is a great loss that you have left us, but I can only be sad for a little while as you have been longing to be with your soulmate who was taken from you so long ago, enjoy eternity together. I will love you both till the day I die, and will promise to be a better cousin and keep in touch with the beautiful family that you and Peggy created out of the love for each other. P.S. say hello to my mom and dad for me Love Tina and Family
Tina left a message on February 9, 2016:
Your family will forever be in our hearts we got our first bulldog from you treasure the love you had for your family will always shine in the hearts of all that knew you thank you for being apart of mine and Gary's life Rest in peace in the presence of Jesus you will be missed.
Jamie Briney left a message on February 9, 2016:
He was just like my father in-law unforgettable..... A hard working man and very smart and knowledgeable loved having conversations with him and getting to here his stories.....gone but not forgotten love you Uncle Yank
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Crystal Wasyliw left a message on February 9, 2016:
Sending thoughts, love and prayers to you all during this time. May your memories be a source of comfort and peace as you heal. Crystal Wasyliw & family
Ashley Sills left a message on February 9, 2016:
I will always hold this man in my heart ! I spent many summers with him, my Aunt and cousins. I made memories that are still fresh in my mind. My favorite is going to dinner and he decided to have a "pony or 2". Or me driving his truck around the farm when I was just 11 or 12. The love he had in his heart for family was priceless. Love you Uncle Yank ...... you have a crew up there ... We miss you all and will see you again one day !
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