I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith; Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them that love his appearing
Reflection of Life
Stephanee Nicole Horton was born on March 8, 1970 in Dallas, Texas. She was the 2nd oldest of three siblings born to Joe Lewis Norvell and Gwendolyn Bell Mundine. She attended DISD and graduated from Bryan Adams high school class of 1989. Stephanee worked in restaurant industry, the retail industry and ultimately in healthcare until her decline
Stephanee was a faithful and loving sister, an amazing mother to her kids. She cherished her friends and was loving to everyone she met. She really adored her children and grandchildren. Stephanee accepted Christ as her lord and savior in her early years. She attended Light House Chapel under the ministry of Julian Lewis Jr. While attending she became an amazing choir director and made sure her choir was on point every Sunday service.
Stephanee is preceded in death by her mother; Gwendolyn Bell Mundine, her father Joe Lewis Norvell, and her brother Christopher Mundine
Her memories will be cherished by: Husband Keith Horton, Son Jonathan Lindsey, Daughter Alex Mundine, Grandchildren; Asia Mundine, Anya Towns, Arya Towns, Amya Mundine, Son in law Shon Eleston, Sister Davia Falana, Nieces Adekemi Falana, Telisha Tillis and Aleisha (stink) Kennedy and Nephew Adedoyin Falana and a host of family and friends.
We, the family of Stephanee Horton, extend sincere, heartfelt thanks and gratitude for every expression of love and concern during the illness and homegoing of our beloved Mother. We have been uplifted by your kind words, visits, and especially your prayers. Whatever you did to show concern, we thank you. We pray that God’s blessings will be shown upon you in abundance.