Patricia A. Horn


She had a place for everything and everything in its place. As Don of her family, Patricia ran a tight ship: some claimed her refrigerator had been alphabetized. Patricia cooked lots of meat and potatoes; her fried egg sandwiches and scrapple were tops. Though she enjoyed camping Patricia wasn’t so into roughing it; you wouldn’t find her in a tent if her R.V. was around. Later years found her working as a professional grandparent: she’d do anything and everything with her grandkids and most of it involved spoiling. She loved the sounds of Billy Joel, Barbara Streisand and the Jersey Boys but she threw in a little Flo Rida to mix it up a bit.
Patricia met a man named Ed who’d become her “Sir Horn.” Of course she later joked that she married him for his benefits. She’s survived by her children, Brian and Leah (Stephen) Falicki; her sisters, Anne Hughes and Rosalie Micucci; and eight grandchildren.
Come celebrate 68 family centered years, Saturday 8 to 10 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. at St. Peter’s Church, Riverside. Tell a great story about Patricia at In lieu of flowers donations to the Special Olympics ( will be appreciated. –

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