Harry Frederick Horton

Easton, Pennsylvania

1936 - 2020


May 23, 2020
Easton, Pennsylvania


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Harry Frederick Horton PALMER TOWNSHIP Harry Frederick Horton, 83, of Palmer Township, PA, passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020, in St. Luke's University Hospital-Bethlehem Campus. Born Oct. 28, 1936, in Palmer Township, he was a son of the late Aldwin S. and Margaret M. (Fleck) Horton. His wife of...

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I was a member of Suburban Rescue with Harry for 6 years, I went on my very first call with him. He taught me a lot about rescue and for that I am grateful...Keith and Mary I am so very sorry for your loss, he was a wonderful man, kind, thoughtful and very caring..He will be missed...❤

To the Horton family,Bob and I would like to say how sorry we are to hear the passing of Keith's father.It sounds like he lead a full life and touched many people.May he Rest in Peace.

Keith, Mary, Kris, and Tyler,
My condolences and prayers are with you as you get through your loss during this troubling time. Harry lived a life of service and left us an example of what it means to place others above self, and his devotion to his family and his community will be his legacy and an example for us all.
I hope you can be comforted by the thought of our Lord welcoming him Home with the reward he truly deserves.

Keith, So sorry to hear of your dad passing, he was a good friend who I will miss. I worked with him at the school dist. and after retiring would meet for breakfast several time will miss those time . my condolences

We, at Palmer Diner, would like to express our deepest condolences on the passing of Harry. He was such a nice person and looked forward to seeing him come in and head right to his booth. He was pleasant and we will really miss him. May his memory be eternal ❤

Harry Horton was a neighbor of me and my family for years we lived next door to them on Greenwood ave I babysat Keith when he was young they were nice neighbors they will be sadly missed but harry will be with his wife and start the next one God bless you and my deepest condolences to Keith and his wife

Although we can't honor Harry or pay gratitude in person, I would like to honor him on behalf of Suburban EMS and Palmer Township.
Harry was a good man and constantly gave his time for others. I met him as a teenager and ended working for him when he was a Suburban EMS member and he was a leader in the move of the rescue truck from Suburban to Palmer Municipal Fire.
Suburban EMS is in its 67th year and without volunteers such as Harry to lay a solid foundation, it seems less...

I will miss Harry coming in to the Palmer Diner. He was such a nice person with a great personality. He will be missed. Another Angel has found his way into God's arms. To Harry's family I am deeply sorry for your loss. My condolences and sympathy to you all. The one thing I will remember his smile.

Hsrry was a good man. Got to know him when I worked in EASD. He was always friendly and very respectful. My sympathy to the family. God Bless.