Stephanie Renee Horn went to her eternal heavenly home on November 25, 2023, due to cancer, which her poor body had fought for two and a half long years from a hospital bed. She was surrounded by her family and friends, as she left this world to be with Jesus. She is survived by her father, Steve Horn and his wife, Sheryl and a beloved and devoted son Brent Horn Murray of the home, in Vero Beach. She was preceded in death by her mother, Sandy Baker Smith of Raleigh NC. Stephanie was born on April 11 1973, in Elizabeth City, NC and graduated from Enloe High School in 1992. She was a licensed Insurance Agent in the state of North Carolina. She was passionate about the wildlife, animals and especially personal pets. She recently lost her loving ‘Glory’ who she adored. When things got tough and her mind needed settling, she would go to her ‘Happy Place’ at Carolina Beach and sit on her ‘Rock’ to connect with nature, spirits and God. This helped keep her grounded and humbled. She was a faithful, dedicated savior and true believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. A celebration of life will be held at Carolina Beach at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Florida to Humane Society of Vero Beach & Indian River County, and in North Carolina to New Hanover County Humane Society.
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