Duane worked with Raymond over 20 years,
On August 10th Duane was in a serious car accident. He had an extended stay in the hospital . He has quite a few medical needs and expenses that he may need assistance with as he currently does not have healthcare coverage and will require medical equipment and home health agents. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Click HERE to Donate!
Duane Beck's Medical Expenses

Raymond died of a broken heart, He didn't want to be alone....
He's in good company now.... and will never again be alone!
Psalms 34:18 The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart;
and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit.

Raymond Horne - owner Custom Cycle
August 15, 1950 - July 31, 2015

Obituary for Raymond O Horne - owner of Custom Cycles

Funeral services for Raymond O Horne, age 64 of Anniston, AL will be Tuesday August 4, 2015, 2:00 PM at Word Alive International Outreach Church in Coldwater. Pastor Kent Mattox will be officiating. Burial will follow in the Bethlehem Methodist Church in Clay County. The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 12 until service time at the church. Raymond passed away on Friday at Stringfellow Hospital. Survivors include son, Scotty Horne, daughter, Krista Clay, daughter, Wendy Chapman, daughter, Haley Horne, grandchildren, Natisha, Courtney, Layne, Lauren, Grace, London, one great grandchild, Ja'Ra, mother, Louneil Horne, brothers, Benny Horne, Edgar Horne, sisters, Camille Sands, Naomi Sells, several nieces and nephews. Raymond was a resident of Anniston, AL. Raymond owned Custom Cycle and was a member of Word Alive International Outreach Church. Raymond was a veteran of the US Army.

Very sad news July 31, 2015 at around 6am
Raymond O Horne owner of Custom Cycle went to be with the Lord, he drove to Stringfellow hospital with chest pain, they could not get a rhythm...

Please keep our family in your Prayers at this time....................

5811 U.S. Hwy 78 West
Oxford, Alabama 36203 - Phone (256) 831-8237
1 mile west of Coldwater, 5 miles west of downtown  Oxford

Till we meet again, I Love you your Brother Benny