Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Friday, March 10, 2006 at 09:06:45 :
Point Reyes Light
March 4, 1993
Prominent Pt. Reyes woman dies of heart failure
Funeral services were held for Betty A. Horick, Monday, March 1 in Point Reyes Station at the Point Reyes Redwood Presbyterian Church.
She was a 47-year resident and passed away Feb. 23 of congestive heart failure at age 69.
Mrs. Horick was a native of San Francisco, spending her formative years in Sebastopol and returning to San Francisco where she attended Girls’ Normal School and then College of Marin in Kentfield.
She was a member and past ruling elder from 1956 to 1975 of the Point Reyes Redwood Presbyterian Church.
She was also a 27-year member of the Companions of the Foresters of America, Circle 1018, and went through the executive chairs.
She helped found the Western Weekend 40 years ago.
Betty and her husband, Joe, owned and operated Joe’s Auto Service on Highway 1 for 29 years until retirement six years ago.
In addition to her husband, Joseph, she is survived by five daughters, Betty Rankin-Storms of San Jose, Barbara Munkres-Hill of Sacramento, Linda Kink of Bellingham, Washington, Cherlyn Konopitski of Rancho Cordova, Sacramento County and Laurie Wilcox of Stanwood, Washington; a brother, Laurence Harvey of San Diego; three sisters, Lois, Mary and Martha McCurdy of Point Reyes Station; and 11 grandchildren.
One great-grandson, Alexander Munkres, is deceased.
The family prefers that memorial contributions be given to the Point Reyes Redwood Presbyterian Church in Point Reyes Station.
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