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Joshua Grable Horn

Saint Petersburg, Florida

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Josh at our coating ceremony last April, we really miss you

He was one of my closest friends at Wilson, we grew apart at Plant. With the help of Chris Reiner, we all got into a lot of trouble together. I miss his razore sharp wit, his brand of humor, his courage.

We remember when Josh was born. Love to the Grable Family.

I went to school with him from Gorrie, through Wilson, and Plant. I still remember him in Gorrie PE class when he would refuse to wear shorts and bet everyone that he could eat a worm. We didnt hang out much when growing up, but I can definitely say that Josh left an impression on everyone that knew him. He will definitely be missed, especially by the Davis Island kids that knew him back in the day. Rest in Peace.

Josh and I went to school together from Gorrie to Plant. He always could keep you on your toes. From silly pranks on the school courtyard to his witty banter in german class. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers to his family.

I was Josh's fourth grade teacher and will always remember his inquisitive mind and sense of humor. It warms my heart to know that he did achieve much in his short life and was loved by so many.

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Joshua's Obituary

HORN, Joshua "Josh" Grable, 31, of Tampa, passed away Sunday, September 2, 2007. A native of Hayesville, N.C., he had resided in Tampa for most of his lifetime. He was a 1994 graduate of H.B. Plant High School and earned a master' s degree in psychology from the University of South...

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