While death is no longer an enemy for a believer in Jesus Christ, it remains difficult for the dying and their loved ones. But thanks be to God that He sent His only Son to die for our sins and rise again to give believers eternal life in Jesus Christ (John 3:16).Mr. Horace Harden, Jr. transitioned on April 25, 2018 in Brooklyn, New York. The family of Mr. Horace Harden, Jr. has entrusted Martin Funeral Home to provide professional services as they prepare to say their final farewell to their beloved Horace, Jr.
Today, we realize that God Almighty knows best, even when the decision that He makes, doesn’t always seem to be the best for us. God our Father giveth and He taketh away. This unexpected journey is hard but we must accept the will of God. A precious one from us is gone. Our dear Horace, you slipped away from us on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, Kingsbrook Jewish Nursing Home, Brooklyn, New York, without even saying goodbye. At the time of his death, he resided in Brooklyn, New York.
Horace Harden, Jr was born December 20, 1954 in Brooksville, Florida to the late Anna Bell Albright Harden and the late Horace Harden, Sr. Horace attended elementary school in Brooksville, Florida and attended John Jay High School, Brooklyn, New York.
His memories will be forever cherished by: brother, Frank (Dorothy) Duncan, Brooklyn, NY; niece, Rasheeda (Nickolas) Kimani, Brooklyn, NY; aunts, Shirley Garvin, Philadelphia, PA, Rosa Duncan Howard, Estill, SC, Maggie Fields, Queens, NY, Katie Wilson, Columbia, SC; uncles, James Albright, Plant City, Florida and Maybank (Bertha) Duncan, Estill, SC; favorite cousin, Wayne Taylor, Tampa, FL; host of other relatives and friends.