Jennifer Horvath Obituary, Death – I am at a loss for words to adequately express the extent of my grief as I must break the news to you that our dearly loved sister Jennifer Horvath has passed away, and I am sorry that I must do so. The brave and fearless Warrior that we have at our disposal. Our Wonder Woman. Our Brightest and Most Brilliant Dancer.
Because Jen shone so brightly on this earth and because she used the gifts that God gave her to bring happiness and love to so many people over the course of her life, I am certain that the loss of Jen will be keenly felt by her many friends, students, and family members. Because Jen shone so brightly on this earth and because she used the gifts that God gave her to bring happiness and love to so many people over the course of her life.
Because Jen shone so brightly while she was here on earth, and because she made good use of the gifts that God gave her to spread joy and love to a great number of people over the course of her life, we honor her today. Our loved ones are having a hard time wrapping their heads around the fact that none of us will be able to function normally in this world after she’s gone.
We are unable to fathom what it would be like to go through the motions of our days without her because she is so deeply ingrained in the very fabric of our lives and in the very core of our beings. She has never missed a significant event in her life, including her own birthday, and she has never forgotten anyone’s birthday.
A person’s life is comprised of all of the significant and life-altering moments in addition to all of the mundane and everyday moments that are sandwiched in between these larger-than-life occurrences. In this trying time, I ask that you remember my mother-in-law Debbie and my father-in-law Bill in your prayers and thoughts.