On Saturday, April 11, 2020, Amanda Belle (Warner) Horton, loving mother of two, entered into eternity, at age 30 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Amanda was born January 15, 1990 in Grand Junction, Colorado to Mark Warner and Kimberly Buller; joining her two older sisters, Whitney (Warner) Kincaid and Nicole (Warner) Jackson. She gave birth to her daughter, Ashtyn Horton, on July 25, 2007 and her son, Carsyn Horton, on April 14, 2009 -- the two greatest days of her life.
Amanda had a genuine love for people. She cared so deeply about the happiness of those around her. The simple things in life made her happy. She loved a good iced coffee, listening to a variety of music while going for a drive, and the cozy ambiance of a fragrant candle burning. Amanda was the cheerleader of her family. She loved to celebrate the accomplishments of those she loved but the greatest pride of her life came from her two children. She loved them beyond all measure. Amanda was shy around new people but could have you doubled over from laughter pains once she was comfortable around you. She could never let too much time pass without calling her mom just to check in. As a child, she loved to spend summers at the lake with her grandparents. She and her sisters played every game you could imagine together growing up. They were built-in best friends. Her energy always gave her such a presence and her sweet nature made her loved by everyone who knew her.
Amanda is survived by the father of her children, David Horton of Mena, Arkansas; her children, Ashtyn and Carsyn Horton of Fort Worth, Texas; her parents, Scott and Kimberly Buller of Fort Worth, Texas and, Mark and Shawna Warner of Grand Junction, Colorado; her sisters, Whitney Kincaid of Mena, Arkansas, and Nicole Jackson of Fort Worth, Texas; her grandparents, Darrell and JoAnn Thacker of Beaufort, South Carolina, Kay Kathleen Eckman of Grand Junction, Colorado, Wayne and Beverly Buller of Albion, Nebraska, and Wanda and Dave Scharff of Tucson, Arizona.
Ephesians 4:32 - “And be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving one another, just as God also forgave you in Christ.” This is a true testament to who Amanda was. She was so loving. So forgiving. She will live on in us all as we carry her with us in our hearts, forever.
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