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Tammy D. (Brown) Horner

February 12, 2013

Tammy D. (Brown) Horner, 45, of Centerton was promoted to her heavenly home on Saturday, Feb. 9. 
She is survived by her incredible family:  husband Marty; daughters Bethany Larson and Olivia Larson; her daughters' father, John Larson; and their grandparents Gerald and Ann Larson; parents Wayne and Esther Brown; brother Tim Brown, Jr.; grandfather Calvin Brown; aunts Becky Brown, Kathy Brown, Ava Brown, Cissy Brown, Dorothy Withers, Mary Watson, Gene Thompson, Sue Beason, Ruth Cary, and Rachel Reed; uncles Phillip Brown, Joe Thompson, Doyle Thompson, Jimmy Thompson, Mike Thompson, and Johnny Thompson; cousins April Rye, Madison Rye, Savannah Rye, Melody Brown, Alex Harrell, and K.K. Harrell; nieces Moriah Brown, Abrah Brown, Monica Brown, and Jessica Brown; nephews Tim Brown III and Jeremiah Brown; step-daughters Laura Penn, Emily Johnston, and Ellen Carter; and grandchildren Wilson and Alison Penn and Haley and Sophia Johnston.
Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, at North Bryant Baptist Church in Bryant. Those attending are asked to please wear bright, happy colors to celebrate Tammy’s bright, happy life. Flowers may be delivered to the funeral home in Benton and charitable donations in memory of Tammy may be made to Hope Cancer Resources, (
Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb.13, at Ashby Funeral Home.  
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Family Comments: We would like to thank a million times over the incomparable Dr. J. Thaddeus Beck, Shannon, Jennifer, Stacey, and the entire staff of Highlands Oncology Group for their never-ending support, hugs, tissues, smiles, and care. 

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