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July 17, 2018

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October 27, 2016
Reading the life story of Mr Horner made me reflect on the words recorded at Ecclesiastes 7:8 "Better is the end of a matter than its beginning."
May remembering his life bring a smile to your hearts.
May the promises recorded in the scriptures give you hope.
October 25, 2016
"A life equal to yours, Tom"!? I'd settle for a fraction with a sense of accomplishment! Thank you for the Sunday flying lessons, chats and looking at the Hudson Valley from the best perspective one can have...and the dip of the wing over the farm to let Aunt Barbara know we were headed home. Thank you for the "Wednesday Italian Nights" in your home full of great conversation, laughs and amazing food with my cousins and wonderful Aunt! Memories never to be forgotten! Thank you, Craig
October 25, 2016
So sad to hear. I was Tom's 23 year old secretary at IBM Poughkeepsie for several years in the sixties and because of working for him I have been married for 49 years to Dan McCue, a man I was fortunate to meet as he exited from "Mr. Horner's"office. I was honored to have worked with Tom Horner and thought he was the very best in every sense. Since I've lived in MA for many years, there has never been a time passing the Pleasant Valley exit on the Taconic Pkwy that I haven't wondered about him. I wish I had had one more opportunity to see him. My sincerest sympathies.
October 25, 2016
Rebecca,

I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. He sounded like a great man. Our prayers are with you. Wishing for God's strength and comfort to be dwelling inside of you during this difficult time.