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She was one of 8 children. In Grace traveled across the country by train to board the 3rd peace time sailing of the Queen Elizabeth in New York, taking her to Great Britain to marry the love of her life, Royal Air Force pilot Norman Horney, who predeceased her. After a year of living in England they moved back to Southern California settling in Downey in Amand Horney husband Daun St. Amand survive her.
Grace is also survived by her youngest sister, Leslie Brown Bitticks of Portland, Oregon, along with numerous nephews, nieces and extended family across the country. Grace became one of the first female elected school board members on the Downey Unified School District Board of Education in She held numerous positions on the board, serving as President 4 times.
She stepped down from the board in after serving 28 years.
Also during this time she was a member of numerous committees throughout the area. Also, in she received special commendation for her public and civic leadership by the Honorable Bob Epple of the 56th Assembly District of California.
Grace, a girl from a small Midwest town, lived an extraordinary life. She married a British pilot, sailed on the Queen Mary, moved to California, and became one of the first elected female officials in her town. She remained politically active throughout her life, earning the respect and trust of students and teachers alike. More importantly, Grace was the adored matriarch of her family.
She hosted annual holiday gatherings and spoiled her family with her ature cooking and baking for decades. She founded the Horney Family Scholarship Fund for her 5 grandchildren, and provided an endless supply of emotional support and inspiration. Her intelligence and sharp wit delighted her family. Grace was the most amazing wife, mother, aunt, grandmother and friend a family could ever have, making a large impact on many lives.
Her gift of love and caring will never be forgotten and sorely missed. The family is holding a private ceremony to celebrate the life and the many accomplishments of their beloved Grace. Back Opinion Submit A Letter. Grace E. Horney September 6, - October 22, Obituaries Staff Report November 16,Horney women Los angeles
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