Charles ""Bud E. Horn
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Charles ""Bud E. Horn

May 08, 1948 - August 19, 2007

Charles ""Bud E. Horn

May 08, 1948 - August 19, 2007


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Obituary for Charles ""Bud E. Horn

Charles E. ""Bud"" Horn of Harmony Township died Sunday, August 19, 2007 at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township, PA at the age of 59. Born May 8, 1948 in Phillipsburg, NJ he was the son of the late Henry and the late Grace (Lenzer) Horn. Mr. Horn married the former Theresa Ann Mahoney. He was a member of the NRA; an amateur photographer; he was a very giving person who loved snorkeling in Tortola; enjoyed watching Area High School wrestling; loved spending time with his grandchildren, and loved chocolate ice cream. He was a Roofer, employed by Local 4, Parsippany, NJ, and was Predeceased by his parents. Military: He served in the Army and was stationed in Germanay during the Vietnam War. Survivors: his wife, Theresa A Horn; two sons, Nickolas Bruno of Belvidere, NJ, and Kevin Horn of Bethlehem, PA; Three daughters, Rainie Campagna & Husband Keith of Allentown, PA, Tabitha Bruno and Kelli Horn both of Easton, PA; two brothers, Robert Horn of Washington, NJ and James Horn of White Township, NJ; two grandchildren, Joselyn Grace & Grayson Charles. Bud's heart was full love love that he continuously shared with his wife, family and friends. Services: A private cremation was held at H.G. Smith Crematory, Stroudsburg, PA. Friends may call Wednesday from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at DeVoe Funeral Services, Inc., 136 W. Washington Ave, Washington, NJ. Memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM at DeVoe Funeral Service Inc. Memorials: Delaware Riverside Conservancy, Inc. P.O. Box #1 Stewartsville, NJ 08886 Online condolences may be expressed at Tributes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Tribute to Bud Bud Horn was everybody’s “bud.” He was first Carl’s bud. Carl was my little brother and he and Bud were the same age and both went to the Washington school. Bud’s oldest brother, Bob, was the same age as my older brother, Mike, and they were friends too. Bud’s other brother, Jim, is my age and we were also friends in the same school. So the Carey brothers were friends with all the Horn brothers and I think we all saw a little more of Bud after school days were over, for whatever reason. Even my sister Arleen and her husband Dick came to know Bud and grew fond of him. How could one not? We were all fond of Bud and his quiet and understated sense of humor. I don’t know if I ever saw him act angry towards anyone and I certainly have no recall of him ever mistreating or behaving disrespectfully towards another human being. He was a teddy bear kind of guy, big and strong on the outside with a compassionate heart to match on the inside. I don’t know how these words will come across being read, but I can’t help chuckling when I think of Bud. He could sense when I was taking myself too seriously and had a knack for catching me off guard, and in the same way each time. Whether we were out carousing around with a bunch of friends in a car, or drinking beer at a bar or dining in a restaurant, or amongst a crowd of people during a house party or in a more somber environment of the court house or police station, he would turn to me and silently ask with the straightest face, “Ya wanna wrestle?” I gotta stop, he’s done it again when I least expected it and I can’t typewrite for laughing. Bud was everyone’s ""bud"". Now he’s gone home and we’ll all miss him. Richard Carey Class of ‘64, Washington High School -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dearest Terry and family, I am so sorry to learn of Bud's passing. May God give you peace in knowing how much Bud was loved by all who met him. To know Bud was to love Bud. Kind, generous, funny everything good in a person. He will be missed as much as he is loved. We will all be together again one day. Love you Terry, Nancy -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tribute from: Countryside Luncheonette Bob & Brenda, We were all deeply saddened when we found out that your brother had died. We are thinking of you and send our heartfelt condolences. With affection and deep sympathy, we hope that your fond memories of Charles will give you both comfort. All of us at the Luncheonette -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Brenda,Bob & family, our thoughts are with you at this sad time. Stella & Den -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We knew Bud thru Theresa. He & I had something special in common (we were Pop-Pops in common) I remember at Celebration meetings Joselyn &/or Grayson would sit on Bud's lap confused by the croud & maybe a little scared BUT when they put their heads on His Chest there was peace & comfort, I too love that feeling with our Grandaughters..We share your Love, Peace & comfort Bud & we'll never forget you...Peace Be With YOU & With YOUR Spirit...Love Always Rich & Sheila....later dude -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I am deeply saddened for your loss. Words cannot express what the whole family must be going through. I wish I could have been their to show my support, but please know that your entire family will be in my thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy Banghart Family (Erin Carberry) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Terry & family, I was so sorry to hear of Bud's passing. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. It's hard to understand why people are taken from us, but find comfort in knowing you were a special part of such a well-lived life. An ear to listen A hand to hold A heart to share A friend who cares Don't hesitate to call With Sympathy, Anne Carberry -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tribute from: kathy Eick--(Jones) To Theresa,children, and family. My heart,love and prayers go out to all of you. I just had to say a few words about Buddy.I have not seen or spoken to him in a long time but his memories of all the fun we had in High School will always be etched in my mind and heart.I never seen him act unkind or angry to anyone.I am glad that Buddy had a good day that day-it was gorgeous out so I know he had a great time sharing his humor and wonderful personality with his family and friends.I thank God that I had the pleasure and the opportunity to befriend such a wonderful and loving person. I know his memories will last a life time. May God grant him eternal peace. God Bless All --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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