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Kinnedy Dwayne Horton

September 23, 1962 ~ September 13, 2022 (age 59)


Kinnedy Dwayne Horton, was born to Willie and Mittie Ann Horton, both deceased, on September 23,1962.

Kinnedy attended school in the Mayflower Community. Kent, as he was affectionally called, had a love for cars! He loved all cars, but his favorite was mustangs. He could sit in front of the TV and watch drag racing, customizing and painting cars all day long. He was a pretty good mechanic also.

Kent was a great counselor, one of few words. He understood everybody and their situations, but very few people understood him. After listening to everyone, he would close out the conversation by saying, "it's gone be alright". He was loving, kind, and very compassionate. He looked for the good in everything and in everybody often finding the good.  He would overlook the bad and focus on the good. He often knew many were not right but would seldom say anything. Sometimes you could find him praying about other people's situations, but hardly ever praying for himself.

He was preceded in death by his parents, nephew, Randy Horton; sister-in-law, Mattie Pearl Horton; and uncle, James Frank Horton.

He is survived by his brothers, Petty (Teresa), Robert (Gertie), Donnie (Tammie), Ray (Tammie), James (Carolyn), and Bobby Horton; nieces, Shakena, Lamea, LaPorsha, Shon, Lakishia, Tawanna, DePorsia, Alexis, Niateese, Shaniqua, Shantrel, and Christie; nephews, Petty Jr., Jevonta, Kortney, Marwill, Payton, Ray Jr., Tyson, Travis, Marcus, Donnie Jr., and Dekerius; two aunts, Dessie Mae Davis and Artie Watt; 41 great nieces and nephews, and a host of other family, friends and loved ones.

Kinnedy transitioned from earth to glory on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, peacefully. His last and favorite words were, "It's gone be alright!"

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 Service Program


September 16, 2022

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Rosewood Memorial Funeral Home
401 N. 5th Street
Longview, TX 75601

Graveside Service
September 17, 2022

11:00 AM
Smith Chapel Cemetery
18647 FM 1716 E
Tatum, TX 75691

September 17, 2022

1331 FM 2906
Longview, TX 75603

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