Norman/Maxwell Family Tree

Brian Daniel HorneAge: 1919882008

Name
Brian Daniel Horne
Given names
Brian Daniel
Surname
Horne
Birth September 18, 1988 43 39
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Death of a maternal grandmotherJimmy Daniel
December 6, 1998 (Age 10)
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Death of a brotherJeffrey Hammond Horne
January 30, 2008 (Age 19)
Address: Emory Hospital
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Burial of a brotherJeffrey Hammond Horne
February 2, 2008 (Age 19)
Address: Arlington Memorial Park, 201 Mount Vernon Hwy NW
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Death June 16, 2008 (Age 19)
Address: 1027 Redstone Ln
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Note: an apparent siezure in his sleep
Burial June 21, 2008 (5 days after death)
Address: Arlington Memorial Park, 201 Mount Vernon Hwy NW
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Death

an apparent siezure in his sleep

Burial

Obituary:

BRIAN DANIEL HORNE On June 16, 2008, Brian Horne passed away unexpectedly. An indomitable spirit with a unique snese of humor and sharp intellect, Brian was attending Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. Brian graduated in 2006 from Mount Pisgah Christian High School, where he played varsity football. Brian was the first recipient of the “Brian Horne Coaches’ Award,” which will be awarded in perpetuity, and is named in his honor for demonstrating perseverance, energy, and determination on the football field. Brian continued to be a sports enthusiast even when not actively participating, and displayed a formidable knowledge of the many sports he followed, especially college football, the Atlanta Braves, golf, and NASCAR. At Georgia Southern, Brian was an active member of the Delta Chi Fraternity, as well as a variety of other on-campus activities. Brian was predeceased by his brother, Jeffrey, who succumbed to leukemia earlier this year. Brain had served as a stem cell donor for his brother, and subsequently became involved in a variety of activities aimed at curing blood cancers, including the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life,” and registering on the National Bone Marrow registry. Brian’s wit and charm endeared him to the many individuals privileged enough to have been touched by his all-too-short life, and his spirit continues to live on in us all. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the National Bone Marrow Foundation in honor of Brian’s commitment to helping victims of blood cancers. Brian is survived by his loving parents, Claude and Nancy Horne of Sandy Springs, GA; his older brother, Allyn Horne, of Washington, DC; grandfather, Claude Horne, Sr. of Riverside, California; aunt and uncle, Cathy and Victor Thayer of Upland, California; uncle, Larry Norman of Fayetteville, Georgia; and numerous cousins and friends. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, June 21, 2008 at 12 Noon at Sandy Springs Chapel. Rev. Larry Haron will officiate. Interment will follow in Arlington Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Friday evening at Sandy Springs Chapel Funeral Directors, 136 Mt. Vernon Hwy., NE, Sandy Springs, GA 30328.