Patricia A. Horn

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She had a place for everything and everything in its place. As Don of her family, Patricia ran a tight ship: some claimed her refrigerator had been alphabetized. Patricia cooked lots of meat and potatoes; her fried egg sandwiches and scrapple were tops. Though she enjoyed camping Patricia wasn’t so into roughing it; you wouldn’t find her in a tent if her R.V. was around. Later years found her working as a professional grandparent: she’d do anything and everything with her grandkids and most of it involved spoiling. She loved the sounds of Billy Joel, Barbara Streisand and the Jersey Boys but she threw in a little Flo Rida to mix it up a bit.
Patricia met a man named Ed who’d become her “Sir Horn.” Of course she later joked that she married him for his benefits. She’s survived by her children, Brian and Leah (Stephen) Falicki; her sisters, Anne Hughes and Rosalie Micucci; and eight grandchildren.
Come celebrate 68 family centered years, Saturday 8 to 10 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. at St. Peter’s Church, Riverside. Tell a great story about Patricia at Sweeneyfh.com. In lieu of flowers donations to the Special Olympics (sonj.org) will be appreciated.

9 thoughts on “Patricia A. Horn

  1. Trish McCleary

    A strong kind woman and she will be missed but would undoubtedly want everyone she loved to celebrate her life. Thoughts and prayers extend to her “sir”, children and grandchildren. Your Angel will be watching over you always.

  2. Jacqui Berg

    Dear Leah & family,
    Such beautiful memories you have of your mom. We are praying for peace in your heart & may you always remember that your mom is safe with God~ She is now your guardian angel.
    God bless you.
    Sincerely The Berg family

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