Mr. Justin Danis Hornsby

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Funeral service for Mr. Justin Danis Hornsby, 26, will be today, March 21, 2017 at 2 p.m., at Chapel Hill Funeral Home with Bro. Brad Jenkins and the Rev. Ron Haygood officiating. Burial to follow at Forestlawn Gardens. The family received friends at the funeral home Monday, March 20, 2017. Justin is survived by his mother, Michele Hornsby; dad, Ray Hornsby; father, Greg Danis, of Fayetteville, N.C.; girlfriend, Amanda Mauter; grandparents, Bill and Mary Huddleston. Justin is proceeded in death by his nanny, Jamie Hornsby, of Goodwater; great-grandmother, Evelyn Alford Williams, of Alexander City; great-grandfather, Sgt. Jim Williams of Americus, Ga. Pallbearers will be Bryan Morgan, Jonathan Hornsby, Fred Neighbors, Will Neighbors, Krystal Anthony, Sean Dempsey, Phillip Curvin, Keith Huddleston, Tim Huddleston, and Chris Allen. Justin was born in Anniston and was a member of Parker Memorial Baptist Church. He attended Saks High School and Jacksonville State University. Justin will be missed by all his friends and family and the many people who knew him. He enjoyed life and all it offered. Justin was not a stranger to adventure as he recently traveled with his mom to Italy, Spain, and France. Among the other adventures in his life, he has parachuted from an airplane, gone bungee jumping, parasailed, and participated in a second line parade through the streets of the French Quarters in New Orleans, one of his favorite cities. Among the other things he enjoyed were motorcycle riding, fishing, playing the ukulele, and playing basketball. Justin had a music blog called Sunday Cruising, where he shared his favorite music with others and enjoyed an eclectic variety of music genres. Justin will be missed by many, including a large family, who embraced and loved him unconditionally. Friends and family will also miss his infectious smile, his smartly coiffed hair and those fedoras he loved to wear. His favorite place to contemplate life was Mt. Cheaha while sipping his favorite beverage, coffee. Known by some as "brown-eyed boy", Justin was quick witted, a friend to the friendless and willing to lend a helping hand. Though his life here on earth has ceased, Justin's spirit, his legacy, and his love will long continue to be a part of those who knew and loved him. Justin is now free of the pain of addiction to be among the nights' brightest stars where he will shine forever. Condolences may be left at chapelhillfh.com.
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Chapel Hill Funeral Home
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Anniston, AL 36206
(256) 820-5151
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Published in The Anniston Star on Mar. 21, 2017
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Anniston, AL   (256) 820-5151
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