Roxie Ann Worthy
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Roxie Ann Worthy, renowned ceramic and porcelain artist, died Tuesday evening, June 8, 2010, in Valley Head, Alabama. She was, as she wished, at home with her devoted husband of 27 years, Bill Horn, her brother, Howard Robinson Worthy of Oxford, Alabama, and her niece, Tracy Denney, also of Oxford, Alabama. She is also survived by a niece, Jane Norris of Jacksonville, Alabama. Her vibrant personality and fierce independence were as charming as her remarkable artistic gifts. She will be remembered and greatly missed by her family and friends. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, online guestbook, www.wilsonfhinc.com.

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Published in The Anniston Star on Jun. 10, 2010.
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June 11, 2010
Dear family..I'm so sorry to learn of Roxie's death. I remember her well from OHS where I was the art teacher during her years there. She was a very talented artist and I'm sure left a bit of herself through her work all over the world. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God give you the grace to face the days ahead..for His grace is sufficient for all our needs.
Carolyn (Fite) Howard
Gail (Fite, Burgess) Cantrell
Carolyn Howard
June 10, 2010
Bill,

I am so sorry for your loss.

Juanita Pratt Schiele
Juanita Pratt Schiele
June 10, 2010
I was a part of the "Mountain Avenue Gang" growing up. Roxie was the leader and her ideas were very creative. Sometimes we were in a world of trouble but we did have a good time. Roxie was the most talented person I have ever known. She could play the piano and I will never forget "The Little Match Girl". My thoughts are with Robin and Bill.
Clarice Moore Montgomery Durham, NC
Clarice Montgomery
June 10, 2010
I was Robin's and Roxie's neighbor on the hill above their house growing up as kids. While Robin and I hung out and drag raced our parents cars, Roxie was our conscience as the annoying little sister. Roxie and I got into water fight in their back yard once that ended when she bit down on my leg. I secretly loved her though, and thought she was the prettiest girl I had ever seen. I am not surprised that she became so well known for her independence, as a reknown artist, a fierce fighter. and loved by so many. I have lived and worked in the Rome, Georgia area for over 25 years now, and have driven though Valley Head many times, working way over to 59. I wished I had known that she and her husband lived there. If it is not too late, I am going try and attend her funeral.
My prayers are with Robin, and the Worthy family and for her friends who have known Roxie through the years. She was an unforgettable character and wonderful person I'm sure.
Richard Johnson
Richard Johnson
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