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Published: Jul 18, 2012
Paul Hornig dies peacefully at home
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Paul Hornig dies peacefully at home on July 17, 2012 surrounded by his family. Born in Philadelphia, PA, he was a resident of Somers Point for over 20 years.

A Veteran of World War II, Paul served in the United States Army, was apart of the Normandy Invasion (D-DAY) and was captured as a prisoner of war during Battle of the Bulge.

 Following the war he returned to Philadelphia where he worked 20 years as an electrician for General Electric.

As a hobby Paul enjoyed going out on the boat and fishing. He is survived by his children, Paul Hornig Jr. (Rosemary), Rita Cherico (Robert), Chris Hornig (Lisa), his former daughter-in-law Marybeth Hornig, and former wife Rosemary Maier.

He is also survived by nine grandchildren: Rosemary, Paul III, Sean, Deborah, Stephen, Jennifer, Keith, Joselyn and Christian; and four great-grandchildren Mackenzie, Nathan, Payton and Joseph.

Services will be held 10 am Saturday at the Middleton-Stroble & Zale Funeral Home 304 Shore Road, Somers Point. Burial will be private at the request of the family at Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, PA. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Saturday morning from 9-10 am at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested to The Disabled American Veterans.

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