Obituaries

Louise G. Horton

Dec 8, 2018
Horton Louise

Services

11:00 AM, Saturday, December 15, 2018 at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church

Visitation

4:00 ‑ 7:00 pm on Friday, December 14, 2018 at Kearns Funeral Service, Kimball Chapel

Family will receive friends at 321 Irving St (Tye Building). 

Cemetery

Garden of Memories Cemetery

Memorials

Memorials can be directed to 2300 Spring View Street, Waterloo, IA  50703

Biography

Louise G. “Sister Horton” “Feenie” “Grandma” Horton, 89, of Waterloo and formerly of Ebenezer, Mississippi, died at ManorCare Health Services, on Saturday December 8, 2018.

Grandma was born on March 28, 1929 in Ebenezer, Mississippi, the daughter of Bea and Cherry (Lambert) Parks.

She married Samuel Horton and they were later divorced.

Feenie worked for Pitze's Beauty Salon and Hickory House for several years. She then worked as an environmental specialist at Allen Hospital until retiring in 1991.

Sister Horton was an active member of Mount Carmel Baptist Church for over 60+ years. She enjoyed traveling, cross stitching, puzzles and word finds. She was known for her cooking, especially her chicken. Louise also had a green thumb, always tending to her flowers and vegetable garden.

Survived by her children, Sami Maxie of Oakland, CA, Charles Horton of Waterloo, Robert Horton of Waterloo, Diane Horton of St. Paul, MN, Ricky Horton of Minneapolis, MN, Loretta Horton of New Brighton, MN, and Felicia Carter of Waterloo (former son in law; Derrick Carter), nineteen grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Nellie Owens and Posey LeFlore both of Waterloo.

Preceded in death by her parents; seven siblings, Evie Horton, Charles Parks, Maeola Hemmitt, Willie B. Stewart, Harris Parks, Rhoda Cunningham, and Earlie Parks.

 

 

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  1. Felicia Carter | Dec 14, 2018
    To the family of Louise Horton: She was a wonderful christian, mother and friend whom I am going to miss all the good laughs, facial gestures and words that came out of her mouth.  As I look back over my own life, I can say I was blessed to have such a person that shaped me to be the woman I am today.  Rest Easy, Weezie and I will see you on the other side.  I bet it feels great to not have any physical ailments, you will not only have to ask once and you are surrounded by beauty.  Love you!    

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