Collinsville, Oklahoma
January 28, 2012
Street Dedicated To
Spec. Christopher Horton
Local War Casulty
Honored With Street & Plaque Dedication Saturday
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US Army SPC Christopher Horton Street Dedication! Saturday January 28, 2012 2pm Please come to the corner of 123rd St. North and North 112th East Ave in Owasso near the Collinsville border in Crescent Ridge development. The City of Owasso will be honoring Chris by placing a plaque in the ground on the street where he lived, and a street sign with his name on it. Please come to help us remember a true hero! Everyone and anyone is invited. -- from Facebook 1/23/2012
Spc. Christopher Horton Laid To Rest At Arlington National Cemetery
-- 10/23/2011 Tulsa World

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State Senator Rick Brinkley addressed the crowd gathered Saturday afternoon to honor the memory of Christopher Horton.
Owasso Mayor Doug Bonebrake read and presented a proclamation to Horton's widow Jane.
Jane Horton and other family members view the plaque at the base of the just revealed street sign.