April 8, 1918 – Jan. 10, 2007
Arthur Carl Horn, born in Ashcroft, B.C., has returned there to his rest. Passing away peacefully after a series of illnesses during the last year. Predeceased by his father Hartwig; his mother Anna; Jean (Spratt), his wife of 57 years and son Stanley, 1994. Leaves his loving and caring companion Winnie Rosenau; daughters Verna Martin, Myrna (Bob) Schofield, Elaine DuBois; four grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; a host of nieces and nephews; and brothers Walter and Chris (Helen) of 100 Mile area. The railways were his lifelong interests, starting in his early teen years; from hand-hewing of railway ties, to starting at the junior level on the railway, PGE-BC Rail to become foreman and Roadmaster on the Vancouver, Squamish and Prince George North Construction. Also working for BC Forest Products at Woss Camp VI and Loram Rail construction. He took time out to enlist in World War II as an instructor. A memorial service will be held at Clinton Community Hall on Feb. 17, 2007 at 1:00 p.m. Legion 179 in charge of arrangements and refreshments.