Pamela Horn

October 4, 1962 - October 6, 2019
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Pamela S. Horn, 57, of New Philadelphia, passed away unexpectedly, Sunday, October 6, 2019, in Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital at Dover.

Born in Dover, she was the daughter of the late Wayne “Tug” and Barbara A. (Loos) Billman. Pam was a 1981 graduate of New Philadelphia High School and also received a Bachelor…

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Pamela S. Horn, 57, of New Philadelphia, passed away unexpectedly, Sunday, October 6, 2019, in Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital at Dover.

Born in Dover, she was the daughter of the late Wayne “Tug” and Barbara A. (Loos) Billman. Pam was a 1981 graduate of New Philadelphia High School and also received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Malone College in Canton. She was a member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church at New Philadelphia and worked as a church secretary and treasurer for both St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in New Philadelphia and Sharon Moravian Church in Tuscarawas and also worked part-time for Yaggi Cheese in New Philadelphia.

She is survived by her husband, Jay L. Horn, whom she married October 23, 1999. Also surviving are numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and her pet Shelties.

A funeral service for Pam will be held Thursday October 10, 2019 at 10:30 AM in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia with Rev. Kimberly Arbaugh officiating. Burial will be in Stone Creek Cemetery at Stone Creek. Friends may call on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 from 5 to 7 PM in the funeral home.

The family requests that memorial contributions be made to St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 3640 Old Town Valley Road SW, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663.

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Visitation Information

Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Time: 5:00 pm

End Time: 7:00 pm

Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

Address:

116 Second Street NE, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH, 44663

Service Information

Date: Thursday, October 10, 2019

Time: 10:30 am

Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

Address:

116 Second Street NE, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH, 44663

Cemetery Information

Date: Thursday, October 10, 2019

Stone Creek Cemetery

Address:

, STONE CREEK, OH, 43840

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St. Peter’s Lutheran Church

3640 Oldtown Valley Road SW
New Philadelphia, OH 44663

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Born: October 4, 1962
Died: October 6, 2019

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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Mary Anne Bailey posted on 10/9/19

Jay, we were sorry to hear of Pam’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family during this difficult time. Love and prayers, Jack and Mary Anne Bailey

 

Sarah Contini posted on 10/9/19

Pam your smile and generosity is what I'll always remember about you! My prayers and condolences to your husband and family!

 

Mike & Deb Myers posted on 10/9/19

Jay you have our deepest sympathy and prayers. As you grieve take the time to remember funny things she said or did, look back on all the memories cherishing each an every one of them. Keeping you in our prayers.

 

Rita Bilikam posted on 10/9/19

We are saddened to hear about Pam. She always had such a beautiful smile for everyone, and I loved to hear her laugh! I know she was such an asset to your church and also, recently, to Sharon Moravian Church. In the brief time she was there, she made quite the impact! She was bright, helpful, and friendly to all! Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Jay. I know you will miss her terribly. I hope knowing that she was a woman of faith will help you in this sad time. She was a shining example for others. Love you and sending lots of love. Rita and Steve Bilikam

 

Linda (Armstrong) and Bill Barcus Glenville, NY posted on 10/8/19

So sorry to read about Pam's death. Deepest sympathy to you, Jay.

 

Jesse Kittle posted on 10/8/19

Jay, So sorry to hear about your wife Pam's passing. She was always so nice and friendly whenever we'd meet even though we didnt see you folks that often. You and your family have been in our prayers since we heard the news and you will be in our prayers for some time. Jess. Linda, Sasha Kittle Greentown, Ohio

 

Dave and Ruth Meese posted on 10/8/19

Jay and family: So sorry to here of Pam's sudden passing. I will always remember her great smile and personality. I first got to know her and her mother when they came shopping at Buehlers, then more recently got to see her at Yaggi's when shopping there. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the difficult days ahead, and that she is with her Lord and Savior. God Bless.

 

Curt Karl posted on 10/8/19

Jay, I am sorry for your loss.

 

Carol Mutti posted on 10/8/19

Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Glenn and Carol Mutti

 

Nancy Booth posted on 10/8/19

Jay I am so sorry for your loss, Pam she was such a lovely gal.

 

Ruth Immel posted on 10/8/19

Jay, we were sorry to hear about Pam’s sudden passing. Please accept our deepest sympathies. Pam will be remembered as a sweet and kind woman. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Jeff and Ruthie (Bailey) Immel ???

 

Steve and Jackie Pasquinelli posted on 10/8/19

Jay, Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss.

 

Rick & Barb Keffer posted on 10/8/19

Our deepest condolences! At a loss for words, Pam was a wonderful person. She will be missed very much!

 

Kenneth and Karen Napier posted on 10/8/19

Jay, we are so saddened by your loss. Pam was such a wonderful lady always with that beautiful smile! May you find solace in your good memories of your life together, she will be greatly missed by all who knew her. With sincerest sympathies and prayers for strength.

 

Luzon Hunnicutt-Thomas posted on 10/7/19

What a shock to hear about the passing of a dear high-school friend...Pam was a part of our small clique, and not one of us went anywhere without the rest of our group tagging along. We went to high school dances, cruised the Boulevard, spent tons of time at Pizza Hut, and ate together faithfully each day in the cafeteria. We were nerds, naive, silly, unsophisticated, incapable of being anyone other than ourselves, and had such hope in our hearts for the future. Though her name was Pamela, we called her "Pammy." She was soft spoken, had the cutest, melodic giggly laugh, and a sweet, quiet, yet bubbly disposition. She was smart, VERY smart, and would go silent when she was nervous or unsure of herself. Also, her cheeks would "fire" like perfectly round bright red tomatoes when her emotions flared. I'm surprised I remember so much about her after all these years, but I guess it shows home much I liked her and enjoyed her company. Though we grew apart after high school, Facebook reconnected us and it was always nice to chat with her online. I often talked about us reuniting over lunch or dinner, but we never got around to it. I'm sorry we didn't, because, though she was quiet, Pammy's light in this life was as bright -- if not brighter -- than her once fiery red hair. You just had to take the time to get to know her to actually see that. I'm so sorry for your life being so unexpectedly interrupted, Pammy. But I know you're ok where you are. God's got you, girl. So sleep well, yet know that your presence will truly be missed.

 

The Staff @ Yaggi's Cheese posted on 10/7/19

Pam was a sweet, hard working lady. And she often shared many humorous stories while working with with us at the cheese house. She will be missed by many, especially those she worked with at all of her jobs. She was not very tall, but she will leave a huge void in many people's lives. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jay and extended family members. Rest in peace, Pam. ? Dave & Coke & the staff at Yaggi's

 

Matt Davis posted on 10/7/19

Jay, I send my deepest condolences to you, your family, and church family. Pam always helped me prepare for visits to St Peter’s, and I have always enjoyed seeing the both of you out there at the church. I will miss her and her great sense of humor. May the God who loves us all hold you in the palm of his hand.

 

TESSA MOSER posted on 10/7/19

Jay, I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed Pam's company and conversations. She will truly be missed. May God give you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Your friend, Tessa Moser (Heter)

 

Ben and Bobbie Ballentine posted on 10/7/19

Jay....We extend our deepest sympathy for the sudden loss of your wife, Pam. She was a dedicated servant of our Lord through her long-time church work as a secretary, treasurer, publicity, clean up, errands, correspondence and helped start many philanthropic projects involving crafts, produce, meals to purchase, etc. She was such an asset to St Peter's church with her computer skills and creativity. Our dear Lord has freed her from any pain and may He hold you in comfort as you regain peace.

 

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