Abram Barry Horner

Abram Barry Horner

January 22, 1944 - November 22, 2019
Lake Forest CA

Abram Barry Horner

January 22, 1944 - November 22, 2019
Lake Forest CA


Abram Barry Horner lives in Lake Forest CA, passed away at the age of 75.
Born on January 22, 1944 and passed away on November 22, 2019.

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: November 30, 2019 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: El Toro Memorial Park
  • Location: 25751 Trabuco Road Lake Forest, CA 92630 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 951-9102

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3 responses to Abram Barry Horner

  1. Pop. I miss you so much. You meant so much to me. I can’t believe I’ll never see your face again or rub the top of your head. I’m glad you aren’t in pain any longer. I know that if you had 10 years left, it still wouldn’t have been enough time. Grateful we got to about everything I could think to ask and I’m confident that you taught me all of the important things a daughter should know. Now you have wings to fly. Join Jenny, tell her thank you for letting me have so much of your time. I’ll see you tomorrow, so stay out of trouble until then.

  2. Our hearts and prayers are out there with you, Leslie, and your family. May the Holy Spirit fill you with His peace and comfort.
    God bless you!
    Our love and sympathy,
    Ralph & Donna (Rosholt) Hostetter & family

  3. Larry Horner says:

    I have had a hard time trying to post a comment in Barry’s obituary. Today, January 22, 2020 is Barry’s birthday, where he would have turned 76 years of age. He was a wonderful brother and we shared many experiences growing up in a military family and traveling all over the world. We all were drafted into the US Army to serve our country during the Vietnam War. Duty, Honor and Country were instilled in us by our parents. Our youngest brother Carl gave the ultimate sacrifice in September 1968. Barry served in the Old Guard at Fort Myer, Virginia, a very honored assignment. This was also known as George Washington’s army. I served at Fort Bliss, Texas, and we kept in close contact during this time and shared many experiences in our military service. He was a wonderful brother. I will continue to miss him throughout all time, and see him again in the future.

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