Bonnie L. Horn • October 11, 2022



Bonnie L. Horn, 75, of Pensacola, Florida passed away October 11, 2022. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Bonnie was retired from the US Navy with whom she served in Vietnam. She was a member of the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection among many other organizations including: Chicago Police Department, US Navy, University of Memphis (adjunct professor and Early Childhood Intervention Program Coordinator), Federal Civil Service including instructional System Specialist at NATTC/CNATT, Lead instructor for Starbase Atlantis (a STEM program for 5th grade Escambia County students), American Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE), Women on Wheels, Social Ministry and Altar Guild at Lutheran Church of the Resurrection.
Left to cherish her memory are: very special cousins in Chicago; very special “Chosen Family” Benjamin, Ben, and Lynda; many other “Chosen family” and friends including those at Lutheran Church of the Resurrection; a most special friend and sister by choice of 42 years, Melanie Hampton; and very Special “Chosen family” niece, nephew, great nephews, and great nieces.
Thanks to Covenant Care Hospice, Pastor Ragazinskas and all who have been with her in thoughts and prayers.
In Lieu of flowers, give a memorial to the charity of your choice; Covenant Hospice or Lutheran Church of the Resurrection mortgage fund.

  1. Barbara Pearson says:

    Rest in peace, boo

    Will miss you. Thanks for 20+ years of friendship

  2. Julia Rutherford says:

    Our neighbor and friend for over 20 years. You will me missed tremendously.
    Rest in peace Ms. Bonnie.

  3. Sharon Jones says:

    Bonnie, your kindness made a difference and your thoughtfulness touched my heart. Thank you for all the wonderful times we spent together. All my love to you now and always.

  4. Dixie Childers says:

    Rest in peace, Bonnie. Thank you for being a friend.

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