May Heaven's shores be a welcome sight for his earth worn eyes.
  • 35 years old
  • Born on July 31, 1976 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.
  • Passed away on November 10, 2011 .

Terence Partick Hornsey, age 35 of St. Louis, Missouri, passed away Thursday, November 10, 2011 at the John Cochran Veterans Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Terence Patrick Hornsey was born on July 31, 1976 in St. Louis, Missouri, he was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.  He loved spending time with his family and was a member of the Catholic faith.  He married Destiney Dawn (Harmon)  daughter of Richard Harmon and Catherine Porter on June 21, 1998.

Terence Partick Hornsey is survived by: his wife: Destiney Hornsey, his son: Alexander Hornsey both of Florissant, Missouri.  His parents: John William Hornsey of Kirkwood, Missouri and Terry Sue Hornsey of Florissant, Missouri.  Two brothers: Christopher Hornsey of St. Louis, Missouri and John Hornsey of Peoria, Illinois. Please join us along with many friends and family in mourning his passing.

A celebration of Terence Patrick Hornsey's life will be on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 10:00 A.M at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Florissant, Missouri, with a reception to follow.  Burial will be in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery with full military honors. 

Arrangements are under the direction of the American Morutary and Cremation Service of Imperial, Missouri

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Posted by Jack Hornsey on 13th November 2018
It is a tearful time again. Miss you so much. Love as always. Dad
Posted by Gabrielle Clover on 11th November 2018
It hasn’t even felt like seven years since you left us. I wish you were still here to see how far everyone has come. It sucks to realize I won’t see you setting off fireworks off of grandmas porch anymore or hear you calling down to grandma about how someone is on the phone. But, I know you’re always there in some way. Everyday I see how much my sisters and I are like you, uncle Chris and my dad. Kinda scary sometimes but pretty great most of the time. I miss you so much and I hope you’re having fun up there.
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 9th November 2018
Tomorrow is your 7th Heavenly Birthday. The pain of losing you never gets easier and never dulls. I hope from Heaven you can see how wonderful Zander is turning out, I wish you could have stayed here with him longer. I miss you so much. I know Sasha is in Heaven too. Give her a big hug for me. LOVE MOM
Posted by Gayle Wright on 10th November 2017
6 years in heaven! Wow, how you have been missed and forever loved!
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 10th November 2017
See you tomorrow. Dad
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 10th November 2017
Today is your Heavenly Birthday anniversary of 6 years, I miss you so much. The pain of losing you never goes away and never dulls. We all miss your fun personality and how much you enhanced our lives, I smile when I think of some of your antics. I hope you know how much you are loved and remembered. Love, Mom
Posted by John Clover on 10th November 2017
"Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather, openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy." Miss you brother....... - big brother John
Posted by Gayle Wright on 31st July 2017
Happy Birthday Terry!!!! When a loved one is lost you never, ever forget them. See you in heaven one day!
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 31st July 2017
Happy Birthday. Just wanted to let you know earth is still thinking about you and loving you more than ever. Thanks for visiting my mind each and every day. Love Dad
Posted by John Hornsey on 11th November 2016
Sorrow prepares you for joy. It violently sweeps everything out of your house, so that new joy can find space to enter. It shakes the yellow leaves from the bough of your heart, so that fresh, green leaves can grow in their place. It pulls up the rotten roots, so that new roots hidden beneath have room to grow. Whatever sorrow shakes from your heart, far better things will take their place. Miss you greatly brother. Keep watch over the family for me.
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 10th November 2016
It has been 5 years. Please stop by and see me if you can. I miss you so much. Love DAD
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 10th November 2016
My heart knows that the front door will not open to your returning. But my heart now knows the meaning of sorrow which has invaded every fiber of my being. I miss you so much and love you forever. Mom
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 1st August 2016
Still Loved, still missed. Thinking of you daily. Dad
Posted by Catherine Porter on 31st July 2016
Happy Birthday Terry, sure do miss you down here and think of you often. You would be so proud of Destiney and how she is raising such a good son. Love you.
Posted by Amber Clover on 31st July 2016
Happy Birthday up there.
Posted by Amber Clover on 11th November 2015
"So let the light guide your way, hold every memory as you go. And every road you take will always lead you home. It's been a long day without you my friend, and I'll tell you all about it when I see you again. We've come a long way from where we began, and I'll tell you all about it when I see you again...when I see you again." 4 years and I still don't want to believe you're gone. I love reading and hearing all of these crazy stories about you and the things you did just to make someone else laugh. Your goofy personality was infectious and anyone who had the chance to meet you knew that you were one in a million. Each year when we all sit down for the holidays you can bet that someone has an old story to share that always ends in the whole family laughing so hard we cry. The only thing missing is you. I know you're out there watching over each and every one of us and that warms my heart. XOXO
Posted by Gabby Clover on 10th November 2015
4 Years.....Wow... Today I was thinking about this the whole day figuring out what I should write about. I have missed you so much these past years. I STILL can't believe you are gone. I sometimes think that you are still watching tv on the couch at Grandmas or even just standing in the living room talking to my dad and Uncle Chris about some gun or news or really anything. I love you and miss you so much
Posted by Jamie Zastrow on 10th November 2015
This is still a very hard day for me as I think about our last conversation together as we smiled and laughed before you took your last breath. You will forever be missed and loved. You blessed so many people and I am comforted by knowing that you are watching over all of us, until we come home to you once more. You and I have a special light and connection in this world and beyond that no one can take away. I pray for your soul that it is at peace with everything as we all continue to carry on in this world without your smiling face. Miss you and Love ya forever!
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 10th November 2015
It has been four years and I am waiting for this pain to diminish. My heart still waits for the door to open and you are home. I have realized that you are home and it is me that will be going through the door to be home with you. Until then we deal as best we can with missing you.I love you all the way to God and back. Mom
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 10th November 2015
Forever missed is a reality because I think of you daily. 4 Years already.I pray you are in the a great place and I pray for your guidance. Love is forever. Dad
Posted by John Hornsey on 10th November 2015
Few words can be spoken to alleviate the sorrow and pain I feel for the loss of my youngest brother. Its been four years since your passing and little has changed. I still hope to hear about your antics when I talk to Mom on the phone, I yearn to hear your voice when I return home for the holidays and see Zander so proudly display his collection of cars for you to see when you come home from work. I miss you greatly and I know that through all of the grief and sorrow, you still look down upon us, visit with us and look over the family. Rest peacefully my brother.
Posted by Megan Kinealy on 10th November 2015
Four years ago today. Still can't believe you're gone. I still remember you and I in the back seat of my moms car as she was driving you, dressed as the Purple People Eater, to a game at CBC. Haha!! Good times!! Most people don't keep in touch with their first boyfriends, but I was grateful that you and I did. I've got great memories of us. I can't imagine what you're family goes through each and every day. I pray for them and will continue to do so though. I hope you're up there keeping an eye on the Blues this year. And if you're u are...THEY NEED YOUR HELP!! LOL Love ya buddy and miss you.
Posted by Gayle Wright on 31st July 2015
Happy Birthday Terry, though you are gone, we all still think about you and miss you. In dark days and dark nights we have our faith to embrace, for without faith we have nothing! Rest in Peace!
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 31st July 2015
Happy Birthday to you. Sad day for me. Tears flow.
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 31st July 2015
Today is your 39th Birthday. How blessed we were to have you for your 35 years here with us. I was remembering how much you loved your Birthday parties when you were a kid. You always loved fun. We miss you so much and wish you were here to have a party today. I love you . Mom
Posted by Gabby Clover on 31st July 2015
Well it is your birthday today and I and everybody else are missing you SO much....I can't believe it has been almost 4 years since you passed..it seemed like it was yesterday..I don't get it...but today is your birthday so I love you SO much and I miss you SO much Happy Birthday!!!!
Posted by Gillian Clover on 11th November 2014
It doesn't feel like it's been three years. It feels like an eternity. We all miss you very much Uncle Terry. I love you and miss you.
Posted by Gabby Clover on 10th November 2014
Three Years..... It has been too long....Where has the time gone? I cant believe it! I'm just speechless..... Tomorrow as i perform for my school i will think of you and remember your smile, your amazing sense of humor, and everything that made you my wonderful, amazing, hilarious, and caring uncle. I know you are with us everyday and i love that feeling. I love you so much and we miss you so much!
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 10th November 2014
3 years, impossible but true. Your head stone says so. You may be physically gone but you still live in the hearts and minds of many. I think of you every day. Please don't prank God. When you see Him say "HI" for me. Some day we will all be together.
Posted by Gayle Wright on 10th November 2014
Say not in grief "He is no more," but live in thankfulness that he was. 3 years, seems impossible and we are all still missing you Terry but faith tells us we will be reunited at the end of our road. Love, hugs and prayers
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 9th November 2014
Three years you have been gone. My head knew you had gone but my heart said this was not true and you were coming home. My heart is beginning to know you are really gone and the front door is not going to open and you will be there. I cry more now with this knowledge. My eyes get clouded with tears when I see a DodgeCharger or a car you would have loved. We miss you and your quick wit and zest for life. I miss you so much and love you to GOD AND BACK. Mom
Posted by John Hornsey on 31st July 2014
Dearest brother, we are celebrating your 38th birthday today. Despite the time that has passed, your presence in our lives is missed greatly. We are reminded of the bright light of happiness and love that you brought all of us in our daily lives while you were with us. Your son Zander continues to represent your love and brings happiness to us all despite your physical absence. He demonstrates so many of your qualities, and has become "man of the house" on St. Catherine. I miss having you hear with us but I take great satisfaction in knowing that you are with all of us in our memories. There have been many a times when I feel you presence, and I smile knowing that you are there enjoying the laugh with me. .Happy Birthday little brother !!
Posted by Gabby Clover on 10th November 2013
Dear Uncle Terry everybody is wishing you were here and wishing that they could hear your voice. Uncle Terry we are crying, moaning, and wishing you were still here "The broken chain, we little knew that morning God was calling your name, in life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same" Love you too much and miss you WAY too much. <3 gabby love you
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 10th November 2013
Today was a beautiful day in St Louis. Maybe you know that. Went to your resting place today. The deer were thick and prancing and enjoying the day. Maybe you know that too. I was looking for good and happiness in it all and I found it knowing your in a better place than I. See you soon, but not to soon. Love, Dad.............Gayle too...........Two Years, seems like two months
Posted by John Hornsey on 10th November 2013
You can shed tears that he is gone Or you can smile because he has lived You can close your eyes and pray that he will come back Or you can open your eyes and see all that he has left Your heart can be empty because you can't see him Or you can be full of the love that you shared You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday Or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday You can
Posted by Chris Hornsey on 9th November 2013
The last thing I remember us talking about was how short life is when you count it by summers. I want so deeply to have spent more time with your unique presence in our lives. We all miss you deeply and pray you can feel our love as strongly as we still feel it for you. Brother they certainly broke the mold with you.
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 9th November 2013
Another year has gone by without you. I thought by now my pain would be less. I was wrong. The pain is as fresh and intense as ever. I miss your silliness, your wit, your zest for life. Everybody does. I can't understand why a little boy had to go on without you. That hurts the most. God had his plan for you and we who are left behind have to deal with that plan. I miss and love you. Mom
Posted by Jamie Zastrow on 8th November 2013
No distance of place or lapse of time can lessen the friendship of those who are thoroughly persuaded of each other's worth. ~Robert Southey I have been thinking a lot about you my dear friend...until we meet again. I miss you so, but can feel you watching over us all.
Posted by Catherine Porter on 5th November 2013
Terry, just want to let you know that you have been on my mind a lot lately. Sure miss you and all the fun we used to have. I know your wife and son miss you so much, I also know if you had the choice you would of never left them. I wish I could have one more day with you! Love you.
Posted by Gabby Clover on 20th October 2013
I talked to grandma about you today.We discussed how young you were.We talked about how you're in a better place, but you're not in a better place to me because i cant see you.I can almost feel you when i think about you.Everything is different.One night i was folding clothes and i started to yell, and crying. I know i sounded like a 2 year old but i cant stand this.i miss you sooooo much.
Posted by Gabby Clover on 10th October 2013
"Dear Uncle Terry I miss how you would always have something goofy to point out or to say I miss how you loved to set firecrackers, etc. Off just like everybody else I miss seeing your face once I walk into Grandmas house I miss not seeing you lay on the couch watching t.v I miss you your voice yelling to grandma that someone is on the phone for her and most of all I miss you I love you so
Posted by Gayle Wright on 2nd August 2013
Dear Terry, Happy Belated Birthday I thought of you all day and was so sad for your family as I can only imagine the pain they felt in their hearts not having you here with them to celebrate your 37th. I know you are in a better place and are keeping your eyes on all of them and counting the days when you all will be reunited again in the glory of God our Father.
Posted by John Hornsey on 31st July 2013
Dear Brother, I find myself wanting another day, another hour or even another minute to wish you a Happy Birthday in person. To have a moment to repair what had been broken between us. A moment to let my youngest brother know how much I loved him. Happy 37th Birthday Brother......
Posted by John Hornsey on 31st July 2013
Feel no guilt in laughter, he'd know how much you care. Feel no sorrow in a smile that he is not here to share. You cannot grieve forever; he would not want you to. He'd hope that you could carry on the way you always do. So, talk about the good times and the way you showed you cared, The days you spent together, all the happiness you shared. Let memories surround you, a word someone may say Will
Posted by Jack Hornsey on 19th November 2012
I was on Parris Island today and I could not help but think of Terry, and I cried. It is so sad living life without him. Thinking about daily tasks and not having him for advise. Life with out him hurts and is so sad. I pray that he is in a better place and hecan't wait for us to come and see him. Love, Dad
Posted by Terry Hornsey on 10th November 2012
It has been a year and my sorrow is as deep as the day you left. I am still waiting for the door to open and you will be home. Then reality tells me you are really gone. But you will never be gone from our hearts. We all love you and miss you and struggle to go forward without you. I love you and I am anxiously waiting until the day we are together again.
Posted by Chris Hornsey on 2nd November 2012
Terry I wanted to change the song to something that has helped me cope with your loss. The first time I heard this song I spoke to me with your overwhelming presence. When I heard the song and ever since I've know it captures everything you want us to know before becoming part of a grander existence. Terry I am permanently hurt, but I promise I am alright.
Posted by Amber Clover on 1st August 2012
Today, I think of you. I think of your infectious laugh, your goofy smile, your jokes, your love for your family, and so much more. I cannot even begin to put into words how greatly you are missed and loved. Happy Birthday Uncle Terry. Love, your nieces, Amber, Gillian, and Gabby.
Posted by John Hornsey on 31st July 2012
My Dear Brother, I wish more time had been made for you in this life. More birthday celebrations to be had, more time for us to see over our children as they grow. The time passes and yet the pain of your death still stings deep inside. Today, I am remembering moments of our childhood. These memories bring joyful tears to my eyes. Happy Birthday Little Brother, your are greatly missed.
Posted by Heather Aisenstat Donnell... on 31st July 2012
Thinking of you on this very special day wishing you were here to celebrate. Hockey, hockey, and even more hockey is one of the memories I have. Going to Webster rink and Brentwood rink and hanging out at your house and at my house. RIP Terry!!

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