Anthony Horton
Thursday
15
September

Funeral Service

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Thursday, September 15, 2022
Highland Park United Methodist Church
3300 Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, Texas, United States
Thursday
15
September

Reception

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Thursday, September 15, 2022
Highland Park United Methodist Church
3300 Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, Texas, United States
Thursday
15
September

Burial

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Thursday, September 15, 2022
Restland Cemetery
13305 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas, United States

Obituary of Anthony Bryce Horton

Anthony Bryce Horton, 41, passed from this Earth suddenly and unexpectedly in Dallas, Texas on September 7, 2022. The world is now dimmer without him in it. Bryce was born September 5, 1981, in Dallas, Texas to Tony Horton and Cynthia Zinselmeyer. Bryce was a 2000 graduate of Lake Highlands High School in Dallas. He graduated from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) in 2008 with a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Marketing/Marketing Management degree. Bryce pledged Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order in 2003. Bryce was a Business Development and Sales Specialist in the Interior Construction industry. He spent the last four years of his career doing what he loved most, building relationships with others and solving complex problems. His co-workers and peers were also his friends and they all loved spending time together. He was responsible for bringing in millions of dollars and prestigious clients to GL Seaman & Company. If you look out into the skyline of North Texas, there is no doubt you will see a building that Bryce has touched. A colleague said, “his love of people and his passion for his career were something many of us were awe-inspired by.” He was amazingly talented at everything he did. Bryce had a heart of gold and walked with God as a Christian. He was larger than life, always smiling with the most infectious laugh. He treasured his friends and family and made everyone around him feel important and cared for. He was fiercely loyal; if you were a friend, you were a friend for life. He was passionate, had the most generous soul, and was a true southern gentleman. Bryce brought a joy and bright light to the world like none other. Bryce was an outdoorsman and avid fisherman who loved nothing more than to be at the lake, on the water or at the dock fishing. The lake was his “happy place” where he spent countless weekends sharing his passion for bass fishing, “grilling out” and looking up at the stars, telling tales around the firepit with friends and family. Bryce was also a talented artist and gifted craftsman who loved to use his tools to design, create and build amazing furniture. He was always quick to step in and help anyone who needed help with household repairs. There will forever be a void in our lives that will never be filled because of the joy that Bryce brought to the world. However, the connection and the love that we all shared with Bryce will always remain. He continues to inspire us and guide us from his place in Heaven. No doubt he is happily reunited with family and his four-legged, best friend, Roux. One last “Hotty Toddy” for this Rebel. He will be forever missed. Bryce is survived by his beloved mother, Cynthia Zinselmeyer, stepfather, Olaf Zinselmeyer; his father, Tony Horton, stepmother, Kim Horton; his brother, Ashley Blake Horton; his sister, Anna Beth Horton, his brother-in-law, Jordan Hicks, his niece Emma Hicks; and his half-sisters, Mary Grace Horton and Mercedes Horton. He is also survived by his soulmate and very significant other, Angeline Gullotto. His desire to marry Ange will now forever be a dream. They shared a rare, intense love and beautiful love story. Service held on September 15 at 1:00 pm at Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas followed by a reception at the church and a private burial at Restland Memorial in Dallas.
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