Charles Horne
1924 - 2021
Charles Edward Horne, 96, of Seminole, Florida (formerly of Waverly, Ohio) passed away on March 24, 2021. He was born in Inez, Kentucky on September 28, 1924. Charles was preceded in death by his first wife, Angelyn Marie Muckleroy of 46 years to the date of her passing on July 18, 2005 and by his second wife, Marjorie Stout of 16 years, who passed on March 20, 2021.
Charles retired as a Facilities Maintenance Supervisor for the State of Ohio. He was also a military veteran having retired from the United States Marine Corp after serving in Korea.
He was a member of Anona United Methodist Church, Largo, Florida. He was also active as a Free Mason. His passion was serving others through the church and community involvement.
He is survived by daughters, Charlotte Jean Murphy (Tim), Charlene Kay Rapp (Doug); Grandchildren, Jaclynn P. Back, Jennifer M. Gobel, Charles D. Korba and Edward A. Korba; Great Grandchildren, Grady, Tatum, Tenley Gobel and Hope Back; Sister-in-law, Jean Horn and many nieces and nephews.
In lieu of a public funeral the family will be honoring Charles with a private celebration of life. Any memorial donations may be made in Charles Horne's name to Anona United Methodist Church of Largo, Florida.

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Published by Pike County News Watchman from Mar. 29 to Apr. 10, 2021.
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The U.S. Marines, Navy Fleet Marine Force Corpsmen, FMF Chaplains, and Associate Members of the E. T Brisson Detachment #063 of the Marine Corps League in Naples, Florida, hereby salute and recognize Charles Horne for serving God and his country by becoming a United States Marine. We honor his memory and valiant service to our Corps and our great Nation. Please accept our heartfelt sentiments as a token of our esteem and admiration of his L´Esprit du Corps. Semper Fidelis.
Marines of the Marine Corps League Naples, Florida
March 30, 2021