Ronald Wayne Horne (“Ronnie”) has answered his Last Roll Call. The original Color Sergeant and Charter Member of the Cumberland Plough Boys will “forward the colors” to the Promised Land. Ronnie passed away on January 1, 2014 at age 56.
Ronnie was a loyal Southerner who was a friend to all who broke bread with the Plough Boys. He would always greet you with smile and a few jokes or stories. He will truly be missed.
Ronnie was the son of the late Roy and Annie Dale James Horne. In addition to
his parents he was predeceased by a sister, Betty Joe Sparks and
brothers, William “Bill” Horne and David Horne. He was Supervisor of
Street Maintenance for the City of Fayetteville.
Funeral services will be at 2:00 PM, Monday, January 6 in Freedom Biker
Church of Fayetteville, 455 Rock Hill Rd., with Pastor J. D. Tew
officiating. Burial will follow at Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery,
5064 Macedonia Church Rd. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 PM, Sunday,
January 5 at Butler Funeral Home, 6535 Clinton Rd., Stedman.
Ronnie is survived by his wife Randi Horne of the home; daughter,
Rowna Simmons of Little River, SC; brother, Milton Horne of Hope Mills;
sisters, Delores Tyler of Eastover and Judy Horne of Salemburg; and 2
grandchildren, Donnie Locklear and Danielle Locklear. Also surviving is
his beloved dog, “Henry”.
Ronnie Horne signing the Cumberland Plough Boys Charter