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DW posted a condolence
Monday, January 28, 2019To the Family, so sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that Anna has the prospect of being resurrected, healthy (in the flesh), to Paradise Earth just as Jehovah God has promised. In fact , the vast majority will enjoy everlasting life right here on earth as God had intended from the beginning. God's Kingdom will do this under the rule of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15,Psalms 37:29,Matthew 6:9,10, Matthew 5:5 and Revelation 21:2-4 Go To: JW.ORG
Trudi J Ziga posted a condolence
Sunday, January 27, 2019I first got to know Mrs. Horton through her niece , Eleanor, who would come and visit with " Aunt Anna" from Washington D.C. Eleanor always looked forward to Aunt Anna's delicious meals which were prepared quite lovingly. The two of them enjoyed shopping, going out to eat and just spending time together. As for me, when I visited I was treated like a member of the family and was always offered some pastry and beverage. During those times "Aunt Anna" liked talking about her family and telling me about the many family pictures which adorned her living room . She absolutely loved all, from the youngest to the not so young. She honored her Polish heritage and practiced her faith. Some time ago, I was delighted to learn that late in life she and a former neighbor of mine, Ellie, became very good friends. What a gift they were to each other! What a treasure and gift she was to many, including myself. Thank you , Anna Luba Horton, for opening the door to your home and heart to me! Trudi J Ziga
Marty Horton posted a condolence
Sunday, January 27, 2019Mom was kind and compassionate. She was devoted to her family and took pride in taking care of them. I remember my husband, (her son Jim), telling me how she would peel his grapes and iron his underwear. Going to her house over Christmas holidays and Easter was a real treat. She would bake Ester bread using her mother's recipe while my father-in-law(Will) was making the best turkey stuffing I ever had. She enjoyed decorating the Christmas tree and would play Christmas music interrupted by an occasional Polish polka. She didn't like to travel too much, preferring to stay around home and take day trips. Her husband, Will, managed to convince her to go on a few vacations; and she loved telling me about their travels to San Francisco and Bermuda with her husband's brother and his wife, (Harold and Florence). In particular, she enjoyed going shopping with her niece Eleanor and attending the festival honoring the Black Madonna of Czestochowa, the holy icon of Poland. Mom was generous and could often be humorous without even trying. She developed a wonderful friendship with one of the residents at her personal care residence, (Elly); and for several years she was able to enjoy herself by participating in many of the activities they provided. Mom always mentioned that she wanted to reach the age of 100, and she almost made it. She had a long life and many people around her who loved her. I'll miss you Mom.
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Thursday, January 24, 2019
Philadelphia, PA 19128