Horn, Tom

Horn, Tom

February 20th, 2018

Peacefully at home on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, with family by his side, Mr. Tom Horn of London, in his 79th year. Beloved husband of Cheryl (Bailey) Horn. Loving Dad of Lise (Craig) Crawford of Bracebridge and Suzanne Horn of Toronto. Proud Poppy of Ethan and Daniel. Lovingly remembered by Colin and James. Predeceased by his brother, Bob and by his sister, Barbara Alton. Loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Tom was, for many years, an avid squash player and loved the game of golf. Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London on Tuesday from 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. A memorial service will be conducted at ST. AIDAN’S CHURCH, 1246 Oxford Street West, London, on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Private family interment of ashes at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Tom are asked to consider Shriners Hospitals for Children. 

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Bob & Rosemary MillerThe loss of Tom Horn hits us incredibly hard. Having met Tom at age 22, we became great friends in so many pursuits involving fast pitch softball, squash racquets, music appreciation, family activities and just simply solid personal relationships. Tom was a very special person in so many ways. His great sense of humour, love of life, love of family and friends, personified him in sum total. The many, many wonderful times spent together as buddies and with our spouses are deeply ingrained and will never be forgotten. Our hearts go out to Cheryl, Lise, Suzanne and all the family. Farewell dear friend.
JerryAnn CliffordTom's grin and rapier wit always made a visit entertaining. Love this picture. Captures the spirit that was Tom. You couldn't put anything past him! All those family adventures when Lise and Suzanne were little, your skiing, golfing, listening to great jazz: great family times, great times with friends, so important to you both. I remember Tom's mentioning that not going into the office every day was a difficult change for him. Aside from his work and responsibilities, he missed most seeing the folks there , just the daily chit chat with colleagues. I'm so glad you folks got up to the cottage last Fall. Tom was a tenacious guy who was determined to get around even when it became obvious he couldn't. Frustrating for him. My sympathies to you Cheryl, to Lise and Suzanne and family. Tom sure got a kick out of Ethan and Daniel. He leaves a great legacy in family. Hard to realize it's time to say that final goodbye.
Grahame Richards and FamilyI always counted Tom as a great friend even though we did not see much of each other once you moved to London. We have many fond memories of trips to our cottage ,ski trips , "Monday Night Football" in our early days and activities at the Thistle Club. The picture that never leaves me is of Tom's passion for traditional Roast Beef dinners at home and the odd cigar.. and a deep love of his family.
Larry Ira McDonaldCheryl & Families Our thoughts are with you. The McDonald Families.Privada petrona
Lydia KeczemCheryl, you have my deepest sympathy. When I saw you today, I did not know about Tom. May he Rest In Peace.
Donna BourneDear Cheryl, our sincere condolences on your loss of Tom. We know it has been a journey for you and your family. May the many wonderful family memories comfort you , warmly Bob and Donna
Peter BeasleyI met Tom as a young teenager at the Thistle Club. I ran into him many times on the singles court! He was a great competitor and I enjoyed our conversations off the court. I remember him speaking of his family so many times. He was always so kind to me, offering advice and guidance in many things. He was eighteen years my senior but always treated me as a friend. My sincere condolences to you Cheryl and your girls.
Lynda & SandyOur deepest sympathy to you and your family. May all your happy times with Tom bring you some comfort at this very difficult time.
Ron FergusonCheryl Condolences to you and yours over the loss of Tom...you probably don't remember me, but, I played football with Tom at Waterdown High School and thought I might forward this pic to you in case you do not have one...incidentally, I'm number 13 and will miss Tom, but do have some fond memories.... Ron Ferguson.... You have been sent 1 picture. Top-049 (2).jpg Cheryl ps..if pic does not show, send me your email and I will fwd..thanks..Ron
Jan GormanWe are so sorry about your loss of Tom, Cheryl..You and the girls and grandsons will miss him so much. His sense of humour and pleasant sociable personality was a great asset. Your many memories of happy times will help you through the rough times. Will see you soon and often..Sincerely, Jan and David Gorman
LInda (Gordon) RenwickSo very sorry to learn of the passing of Tom. He will be greatly missed by so many and remembered always for his many wonderful qualities. With heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. Linda
Wendy McCawCheryl- I'm so sorry to hear the loss of Tom. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your girls at this time. Wendy
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