Clipped From Corsicana Daily Sun
S. H. Hornbeak Dies In Tyler, Services Here Sterling H. Hornbeak, 79, native of Corsicana, died in Mother Frances Thursday Hospital afternoon in Tyler Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. from the McCammon Chapel. Burial will be In Oakwood cemetery. The rites will be conducted by Rev. S. Q. Proctor of Overton. Hornbeak was employed by the Drane interests for years, was once business manager of the P. and S. Hospital and operated a dairy here for years. Later he was in the bottling business in Malvorn, Ark., before Ills retirement and moving to Tyler. Surviving are his wife of Tyer; two sons. Jay Hornbeak, L,ong Beach, Calif'., and Jack Hornbeak, Santa Ana, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. M. C. Pierce. San Francisco, Calif.; threo slaters. Mrs. Stella Delahay and vliss Lois Hornbeak, both of Corsicana, and Mrs. Oma Recor, San Antonio; six grand- •hildrcn, two great-grandchildren and other relatives. Pallbearers will be Bob White, Henry Graves, Claude Absher, _,ouis Hashop, Frank Holmes, Hayes Bonncr and Jerry Roe.