Nancy,Susan and David i am very sorry for your loss.Your mother was a good woman and a good mother in law
Thank you so much Alice. Our family really appreciates your loving kindness.
Mom this is definitely something I never knew hurt so much. You have always been there for all of us kids and helped us when we needed it. Whether it be monetary or just to listen to us and give us advice. They’ve always said it is the hardest time loosing your mom and I now see what they meant. For all those times I just fussed and all the times you would calm us down in situations I truly thank you. You have always been the rock in this family of ours, as messy as it was sometimes. Lol. I thank you mom. I thank you that no matter what happened or what was said you still showed such love and forgiveness. I want you to know now how much I love you and are going miss you. No one can ever take the place of loving mother. Even though our hearts are broken right now, I’m so thankful and happy for you to finally be with your children, dad and your mom and dad. You always told us that you were suppose to go before your children and it took a lot out of you each time you lost one. I’m so happy that I will never see your heart yearn for your children anymore. We will all join you soon and will forever love and miss you until then. 🥲😭💝💖💞
Jo Ann Horton, 86, of Evansville, Indiana passed away on May 14, 2023. She was born in Evansville, Indiana on November 22, 1936 to Tony and Mayzell Vanbibber.
Jo Ann was very gifted with needlepoint, cross stitching, and crocheting. Her family was very blessed at Christmas time with many treasured pieces that will keep her memory alive in our hearts forever. She also was very good at crossword puzzles and she was an avid reader of James Patterson and Nora Roberts books. Jo Ann above everything else was an amazing mom and mamaw. She absolutely adored her family.
Jo Ann will be missed by her children; Karen Davis, David (Gloria) Horton, Nancy Horton, and Susan (Brian) Hardin and son in laws Bill Titzer and Roger Tompkins. She also leaves behind her 14 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, her sister Beverly Marshall, brother n law Bill Horton, and several nieces and nephews.
Jo Ann was preceded in passing by her loving husband Robert “Bob” L. Horton and children; Bobby Horton, Cheryl Titzer, Terri Tompkins and son in law Michael Davis. Jo Ann also was preceded in passing by her parents Tony and Mayzell Vanbibber.
Visitation for Jo Ann will be Wednesday May 17, 2023 from 10am to 12pm at Sunset Funeral Home with service at 12pm with graveside to follow. There will be live streaming of the service on Zoom.us. Please, call for log in information.
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