Justin Horton Obituary, Death – Justin Lee Horton-Tomaszewski passed away suddenly after being unexpectedly summoned home to God. On the 27th of September, 1981 found Justin was brought into the world at the Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. He went to Armijo High School in Fairfield, California, up until the time that he relocated to Hillside House in Santa Barbara. He was born there. After some time, he relocated to Simi Valley, and then after that, he moved to the Glenridge Center Care Facility in Glendale, California.
Bugs Bunny and other characters from the Looney Tunes cartoons held a special place in Justin’s heart. He was able to recall minute specifics from each and every Looney Tunes animation ever produced. He had a great passion for going to McDonald’s, baseball games for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and getting out into the community to take part in a day program offered by Easter Seals.
Everyone that Justin encountered had their lives altered by his presence. He would get so much pleasure out of catching up with his loved ones and friends by calling them every day. He was never happier than when he was with his family, and we will never get used to the idea that we won’t see him again. Although Justin was almost 36 years old, his mind and heart remained unadulterated, innocent, and full of childlike love even if he had not yet seen the adult world. His dazzling grin illuminated the faces of those he cared for the most. He is, without a doubt, the cherished Angel of ours.
His mother Bren Tomaszewski and brother Dominick Tomaszewski of Ventura, California, as well as his father Edward Tomaszewski of Santa Rosa, California, his grandfather Chuck Hartke of Ventura, California, his half-brother Shawn Horton of Portland, Maine, his aunt and uncle Cindy and Robert Tomaszewski of Simi Valley, his uncle Bryan Hartke of Willits, California, and his uncle Bruce Hartke of Vacaville, California, Vera Hartke, Justin’s grandmother, passed away prior to the young man’s birth. A celebration of life will take place at a later time; the family has opted against holding a service in the immediate future.