Jeri-Horne-Obituary

Jeri Suzanne Horne

Obituary

Jeri Suzanne Horne Services for Jeri Suzanne Horne will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at James F. Webb Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Joseph Hallman, and Dennis Marks officiating. Burial will be in Pine Springs Southern Methodist Church Cemetery. Mrs. Horne, 42, of Meridian, died Wednesday, December 24, 2008, at her residence. She was employed as a hairdresser. Survivors include her parents, Jerry and Betty White of Meridian, daughter, Isabella Horne of Meridian, son, Campbell Horne of Meridian, brother, Greg White and Ronna of Davie, Fla., niece, Madelyn White of Davie. Visitation will be Monday, 5p.m.-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Pallbearers will be Barry Murphy, Mike Grant, David Medlin, Bo Pierce, Richard Daniel, and Bryan Culpepper.
This obituary was originally published in The Meridian Star.

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Isabella 2014

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For those passing through again, I want to update you on Suzanne's children. Campbell graduated high school last year and joined the Marines. Isabella is a junior in high school this year. Both are doing great and have grown into respectable young adults. Betty and I are very proud of both.

I love and miss you so much Suzi. There are so many things that I do to this day that remind me and make the think of you.

painter, blogger, free spirit

While paging through my blog archives I came across a comment left by Suzanne which read, "I consider you one of my blessings." Not that we ever knew each other personally, but the blogosphere is alive and the connections are as though we're all having an ongoing conversations with friends.
My hope is that the White family has been able to regroup and that 5 years has dulled the edges of the pain that will never leave them.
Suzanne was beautiful.