Originally created 03/28/04

Pamela E. Horner, M.D. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)



AUGUSTA, Ga.- Pamela Horner, M.D., 49, of Lake Forest Dr., Augusta, entered into rest on Friday, March 26, 2004 at St. Joseph Hospital. Memorial services will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, March 29, 2004 at Platt's Belair Rd. Chapel with the Rev. Miguel de Peralta officiating. Survivors include a daughter, Stefani Robertson of San Antonio, Texas; a son, Jeffrey N. Robertson of New Braunfels, Texas; her mother, Dorothy Horner of Martinez, Ga.; a sister, Peggy McClintock of Atlanta, Ga.; two brothers, Thomas W. Horner, Jr. of New Britian, Conn. and Terry Horner of Normalville, Pa.; four nephews and four nieces and two great nephews and two great nieces. Dr. Horner was preceded in death by her father, the late Thomas W. Horner, Sr. and her sister, the late Patricia L. Kindberg. A native of Somerset, Pa., Dr. Horner was a Physician with Augusta Internal Medicine Associates. Before coming to Augusta, she was the Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas., Assistant Professor of Medicine at University Hospital, UTHSC SA, Hospitalist, Gulf Coast Medical Clinic in Association with Spohn Hospital System, Gulf Coast Medical Clinic Inpatient and Outpatient, Audie Murphy VA Hospital Admitting Officer of the Day, Triage and Research, Minority Biomedical Research Support Program. She graduated from University of West Florida with a Computer Science Major, the University of Texas, San Antonio with a B.S. in Chemistry and Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center, where Dr. Horner completed her residency in Internal Medicine. Dr. Horner was awarded the Shirley P. Levine,M.D. Compassion Award,UTHSCA, Alpha Chi National Honor Society, UTSA, the American Institute of Chemists Students Research and Foundation Award for outstanding senior student majoring in Chemistry, Certificate of Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in the Field of Chemistry a nd University of Texas, San Antonio, Division of Chemistry Award. Dr. Horner was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Texas State Board of Medical Examiners Physicians License and Georgia State Board of Physicians. Other than the love, Pam had for her family, and the care and compassion she provided to her patients. She had many interests, she was an artist, loved to sew, enjoyed crafts, an advid gardener and a gourmet cook. She will be dearly missed, always loved and never forgotten. If so desired, memorials may be made to St, Joseph Hospital Foundation, 2260 Wrightsboro Rd., Augusta, GA. 30904. The family will receive friends at the funeral home following the memorial service. Platt's Funeral Home, 337 N. Belair Rd., Evans, GA. 30809 860-6166 Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com

The Augusta Chronicle March 28, 2004