Funeral services for Lucy I. Horn were held Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Little Falls, with the Rev. Keith Thompson officiating. Burial was in Roseland Cemetery near Randall.
Lucy was born July 22, 1922, in Dresser Junction, Wis., to the late Adolph and Ella Cyriacks. She grew up in the Randall area and attended country school. Lucy then worked and lived in Little Falls for several families as a housekeeper. During World War II, she went to California and worked as a electrician wiring military bombers. She returned to the Cushing area where she met and married George D. Horn, Nov. 7, 1949, in Little Falls. The couple made their home in the Cushing area raising a son and two daughters. Lucy worked as a waitress at the Castaway Club by Lake Alex and as a seamstress at Munsingwear in Little Falls. She was a gifted seamstress. Lucy enjoyed gardening, canning and oil painting. She also enjoyed playing the guitar and singing since she was a young girl. Lucy had a strong faith in the Lord and made sure her whole family came to faith. Lucy and George faithfully attended church, mostly Assembly of God churches in Pillager and then Little Falls.
Lucy I. Horn is survived by her daughters, Kathy (R.D.) Lisle of Cushing and Sharda (Morris) Powell of Motley; 11 grandchildren and numerous great- and great-great-grandchildren and a daughter in law, Dena Dixon of Pillager.
Lucy was preceded in death by her husband, George May 16, 1996; son, Dennis Horn April 4, 2012; parents; sisters, Irene and Betty; brother, Arnold Cyriacks.
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