Rosie Mae (Sequoyah) Hornbuckle

Born: Sat., Mar. 27, 1943
Died: Sat., Nov. 17, 2018


Visitation

5:00 PM Tue., Nov. 20, 2018
Location: Wright's Creek Baptist Church


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Wed., Nov. 21, 2018
Location: Wright's Creek Baptist Church


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Rosie Mae (Sequoyah) Hornbuckle

“Granny” as she was lovingly known by all, 75, of the Big Y Community, entered her heavenly home surrounded by family on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at the Cherokee Indian Hospital.

Born on March 27, 1943 to Lloyd and Lizzie (Runningwolf) Sequoyah, she was the last of 12 children. She was preceeded in death by her husband Ed Hornbuckle, two daughters, Rosemary Mejia and Ruby Hornbuckle, and two grandsons, Steven Catolster and Matthew Catolster.

“Granny” is survived by daughters Katherine Dimas (Punkin) and Sharon Brown (Yogie); Sons Norman Walkingstick and Calvin Walkingstick (Lil’ Ed); one aunt, Amanda Swimmer, all of Cherokee. She had 13 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

She will be brought to Wrights Creek Baptist Church at 4:00 pm on Tuesday, November 20, 2018. Family will receive friends beginning at 5:00 pm. Services will be Wednesday at 1:00 pm. Pastor James “Bo” Parris and Pastor Eddie Sherrill will officiate.  Burial will follow the services at the Ed Hornbuckle Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Adam Brown, Duane Brown, Darrin Brown, Derek Torres, Gary Driver, Danny Driver, Cory Walkingstick, Chino Castro, Dean Swayney, Herbie Lossiah, JR Hornbuckle, John Murphy and Carey Swayney.

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Mr. Terry
   Posted Sat December 08, 2018
To The Family,
As a volunteer minister I read obituary columns on a regular basis. No words however kindly meant, can sooth your pain away. We hope the love around you, memories, and heartfelt prayers of those who mourn with you, help you through today. May you, in time, also find some comfort in knowing that God has promised to "swallow up death forever." (Isaiah 25:8) Furthermore, God's Word the Bible states that a great resurrection is going to take place in the very near future. (John 11:25; Acts 24:15) Until then, may these promises from God and His Son Jesus Christ, give you peace and calm your aching hearts.

With deepest sympathy,
Mr. Terry, a volunteer minister

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