Marion Edith Horner passed away peacefully on Monday, September 6th, 2022, surrounded by family. She was born in Philadelphia, PA on February 6th, 1926. Marion, also lovingly known as Cookie, lived a wonderful and full life of 96 years.\n\nShe married Raymond T. Horner at the end of World War II at the age of 18.\n\n\n\nShe was preceded by Ray's death in 2011. They were married for 66 years.\n\nMarion and Ray had 9 children. Raymond, Stephen, Marion, Adeline, John, Gerard, Yvonne, Elinor (deceased) and Joseph. And 14 Grandchildren: Stephen, Sean, Raymond, James, Kevin, Trevor, Dina, Marion, Laura, Sean, Lindsay, Caitlin, Scarlet, and Savannah.\n\nAnd 18 Great Grandkids and 2 Great- Great Grandkids.\n\n\n\nMarion was a dedicated Mom, Wife, Grandmother, and Friend, always making those around her feel special. She loved meeting people, telling them about themselves, and wishing them a " Bubble of Light".\n\nShe loved to sing and laugh and was the usually the life of the party. She looked for creative ways to keep nine children fed and busy. She loved to read and often read aloud to help her children with schoolwork.\n\nMarion loved the ocean and sea breeze. She arranged for the family to have memorable summer adventures in Sea Isle City, NJ, and later in Melbourne Florida.\n\nShe was a Top Lecturer at Weight Watchers for many years after successfully following their program.\n\nThe family moved to Buckhead in Atlanta Georgia in 1972. And later, Marion and Ray retired to Florida.\n\n\n\nMarion moved to Arizona to spend her last few years with Raymond and Kay, and with Stephen and Kathy also close by.\n\nShe encouraged everyone to be their best and taught us that "We create our own reality".\n\nMarion's legacy will live forever in the wonderful memories we shared and in our hearts.\n\nMarion Edith Hart Horner 2/6/1926-9/6/2022.