Dawn Raylene Horn (nee Everett), age 53, of Hillsboro, Missouri, formerly of Moberly, Missouri, went to be with our Lord and Savior on January 09, 2018. She was born May 12, 1964, in Smithtown Long Island, New York. Dawn was well-loved in the Hillsboro Community.
Dawn was a past board member and volunteer for Hillsboro Little League Baseball and an active volunteer for 4-H Equestrian group. She was a huge fan of Hillsboro Hawks Football. She could always be found in the bleachers at every Friday night home game. She was also a member of the Hillsboro Touchdown Club Boosters, as well as being involved in numerous other community civic groups.
Since Dawn’s days as an avid long-distance runner for AAU and Truman State University in Kirksville, she loved being at the Hillsboro School’s track meets. Dawn and Donny were married on July 07, 1984 at St. Pius X in Moberly, Missouri, where she also graduated high school in 1982.
She is survived by:
Husband-Don Horn, of Hillsboro, Missouri
Daughter-Jennifer (Josh) Russell, of Hillsboro, Missouri
Daughter-Kelsey Horn, of De Soto, Missouri
Son-Justin Horn, of Hillsboro, Missouri
Grandson-Colt Russell, of Hillsboro, Missouri
Parents-Irl and Sharon (nee Starker) Everett, of Hideaway, Texas
Sister-Julie Schultz of Peoria, Arizona
Sister-Kim Stevens, of Osage Beach, Missouri
Sister-Wendy Cops, of Tyler, Texas
Sister-in-law-Regina Sippel, of Jacksonville, Florida
Sister in-law-Sue (Jon) Schroeter, of Troy, Missouri
Her Nieces and Nephews-Jb, Jt, Josh, Derek, Eric, Donny, Daniel, Rae, Nikki, Amber, Mia, Shea, Zander, and Brooklyn.
Preceded in death by:
Grandfather-Irl V. Everett Jr.
Brother in-law-Michael Sippel
Father in-law- Don C. Horn Jr.
Mother in –law-Glee Horn
Memorial Gathering: Saturday, January 13, 2018, from 4 to 7pm at Robert D. Brown Funeral Home, 103 4th Street, Hillsboro, Missouri, 63050
Memorial Service: Saturday, January 13, 2018, at 7pm in the funeral home chapel.
In lieu of flowers the family request donations to the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America. (myasthenia.org) click donate now, would be appreciated.