Miss Patricia Ann Horton

Augusta, GA – Miss Patricia Ann Horton, 64, of Greene Street  entered into rest, Saturday, October 3, 2009, at her residence.

Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, October 7, 2009, at 2:00 PM from the chapel of Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors with Joe Hester officiating.

Mrs. Horton was born in Johnson County, GA and had retired from EZ-GO Textron.

Survivors include her children, Ervin Ambrose Gay, Jr., of Augusta, Coleman Isaac Gay of Waynesboro, Margaret Ann Barker of Aiken, SC, Dana Lynn Shire of Wahaiwa, HI and Sheena Whitney Smith of Augusta; brothers, Jessie Ray Horton of Athens, GA and James “Buddy” Horton of Augusta; grandchildren, Ashley Eden McDaniel, Devon Renee Gay, Christian Blake Rossbach, Jason Andrew Shire, Coleman Alec Gay and Nicholas Ryan Barker; Great-Grandchild Adyson Grace McDaniel.

She was preceded in death by her  daughter, Renee Smith and her mother, Mary Margaret Brantley.

The family will receive friends following the service.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the Ameican Cancer Society 2607 Commons Blvd., Augusta, GA 30909 .

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Rd, Augusta, GA, 30906.

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9 responses to “Miss Patricia Ann Horton”

  1. I have been blessed in this life To have a wonderful mother and best friend… Where I go from here I just don’t know I am not able to see tomorrow without my momma. I know she rests in peace now and for that I am greatful but I will never be the same without her in my life. I love you momma love Dana

  2. It’s been two months. Two months without you. It hurts to know that you will not be with us this Christmas…but still, in some ways, you will be. I’ll never forget last Christmas, when you gave me a beautiful diamond ring, and just hugged me for the longest time. You looked up and said I love you, and meant it with all your heart. Thank you for being the most wonderful grandmother ever. Thank you for always being so encouraging, and telling me to never be afraid to live life. I hope that as I continue to grow up, I keep making you proud of me. I love you, and miss you so much. Rest in Peace Mammy.

  3. Mammy,

    its 5/23/2010 its been a long 8 months without you in my life.

    there is so many things i wish i could have said to you. first i wanted to go back and hug you one last time. second i just want you to know you have the most beautiful uplifting smile ive ever seen. you kept me together just by your wonderful laugh. i love and miss you more than you will ever know. im sorry i didnt make it in time to hold your hand and for adyson to have a bath with you one last time. i hated seeing you so sick it hurt me to know you were embarrassed of being sick. mammy you are the strongest person ive ever met and one day i hope to be with you again. your name will forever live amongst my home and brand new family. i love you more than you will ever know. rest in peace mammy. i love you ! and just wish i had you here with me.

    p.s- adyson took her first steps today and your face ran across my mind.

  4. It has been 2 years, 10 months and it feels as though I’m weightless, I push through everyday thinking of you dear Mother, I have continued where I left off, you would be proud of me, you always have been, even when I didn’t deserve it, you have always been the driving force in my life and you remain the same now. I often find myself asking ( when in difficult situations ) wha would

  5. What would you expect of me.
    I will live my as though you are watching my every move, I will not let you down Mama, I will be the man you always knew I could be, there is still a long way to go but I will never ever quit! After all, I had the greatest, strongest, most loving teacher a son could ever ask for, you will always be my absolute hero, I Love You and proudly wear the title “Mama’s Boy!”

  6. I Miss You so very much!!
    You would be SOOOOO PROUD of Devon, she to will not let you down, she is so determined to achieve her goals and I have no doubt that she will.

  7. Mammy,I just want to call you!Strange to post my feelings here but,somehow it’s like calling Heaven!!!Things are always difficult and somehow you and Jesus give me the strength to go on! Pooh is 17 now,straight A’s and wonders if you can see how well she is doing just for you!!!Thanks for holding my hand in your time of need!!!My Hero!!!I watched as you went to Heaven!!!I said”Thank you God”!!!You know!!!

  8. I just wish you could be here to see Adyson and Bryce Mama you would not believe these amazing children! I am so blessed that I seen what a mammie does I know how to bond and be a good Grandmother b/c u were the best! U are in my soul and with me every place I go and I have grown so much that you would be proud . Things here will never be the same but with God all things are possible and I know with him by my side this world dont have a chance that I will ever fall so hard again. We are ok Mama and we miss u being here to guide us all ! truly missed ! I love u always ! Dana

  9. Irving mom ann I am so sorry to hear of your passing but I was scrolling the internet for old friends an u were . bIG influence in my life also may u rest in peace thank you ann

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