Anthony Harry Horn (24 Nov 1943 - 15 Dec 2017)

Funeral Service

Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way Eltham SE9 2AZ
11th Jan 2018
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Mottingham

In loving memory of Anthony Harry Horn who sadly passed away on 15th December 2017

Geraldine Finn wrote

RIP Uncle Tony...A gentle giant with a big laugh, big hug & most of all a big heart. So sorry we can't be there with the family but our hearts and thoughts are with you all ❤ xx

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Declan Mullins wrote

So sad to hear of Tony's passing . He was such warm , kind and funny man who had time for everyone and made us all laugh . Have very fond memories of Tony sneaking me a few beers in the pub ( when i wasn't old enough of course ! ) and patiently answering all my questions on the rules of Cricket !! Thanks for the memories Tony and rest in peace

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Jane Platt wrote

Death leaves a heartache no-one can heal.......
but love leaves memories that no-one can steal.

And boy do we have a lot of good memories of being with Uncle Tony.... Mostly being teased and tickled as kids! He was always a family man, never happier than when he was surrounded by all of us and we all loved him to bits.

A sad end to a great man's life, but he will never be forgotten as his memory lives on in our hearts forever.

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Alan Mullins wrote

Never forget bunking off school early to watch tottenham pre season games and staying the night to watch wwf wrestling up neckinger with tony as he had sky before most people.....holidays to spain and butlins, always being able to talk to him about any problems at school. Then there was all the pizzas and chinese he and terri treated me, dec and anna too......a genuine funny and caring man. Like a 2nd dad to us growing up. Will be missed by so many

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Too many brilliant memories to mention, which will be cherished forever. Love you, Uncle Tony. xx

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Christopher Andrew wrote


You were funniest person I know to the day, my dad tries so hard to be as funny as you but his jokes just aren’t anything like it, I had so many good memories and I enjoyed it so much every time I visited you or when you came down so see us, you will be loved and missed forever.

Love you grandad

Chris xx

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Paul Griffiths wrote

I'll never forget our trip to the American embassy in early 1984. You were a friendly man whom I always thought of fondly. God bless you Tony.

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danny oconnor wrote


I could write millions of things on here and still find so much more to say, but I want to say thank you for the memories and the stories you have given us, even right till the end you would still find a way to make us laugh or put a smile on our faces

You and Nan gave me so much growing up, always looking forward to staying at your flat, going down the blue, going the pub, a kebab or a pizza on the way home, something you probably taught me too well!

Or going to Cyprus/Tenerife to surprise you both and you not having a clue, seeing you at your happiest there, in Tenerife feeding the fish, puts a smile to my face now

I could say so much more but all that’s left to say is you’ll be missed Grandad

Love you always Rambo

Dan Boy

X x

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