Andy Horner Death, Obituary – Andy Horner of Dallas, Texas, Premier Designs, Inc. founder and Chief Servant Officer has reportedly died. It has been established beyond a shadow of a doubt that the magnificent Andy Horner will be able to spend all of eternity in heaven. God unmistakably greeted him with the words, “Welcome home, good and faithful servant; you have finished the course in a successful manner.” (Welcome home, good and faithful servant; you have finished the race in a successful manner.) My life has been profoundly impacted on a spiritual level by him, and I just covered this topic in a post that I published on my Pam Pegram page.
He taught me a lot about servant leadership and what it means to live a life that is based on Christ. Additionally, he showed me how to live a Christian life. There are a lot of tales that I could tell and a lot of discussions that I could share, but doing so would make this post a lot longer than it already is. Therefore, in the interest of keeping things straightforward, I will just say, “Thank you, Andy. We are thankful that you are not embarrassed by your Christian faith, that you have repeatedly communicated the message that one’s hope can be found in Jesus, and that you have motivated others to make a positive difference in the lives of those they come into contact with, and that you have reminded us to never forget what you have taught us.
You, the way you lived your life, and the various lessons in leadership that you have taught me have had a profound impact on my life in more ways than I am capable of articulating. My life has been shaped in innumerable ways by your example. You were able to bring about a shift, and for that, I shall be grateful till the end of time. When we are both in our heavenly abode, I will give you one more expression of my gratitude and thank you for everything you’ve done for me. We want all of our friends to be aware that the relationship that we have with Jesus is the single most essential part of both of our lives. The way in which we put our faith into action is a crucial consideration. Others are observing what is going on.
May those around us see Jesus in the way we live our lives and be drawn to him because of it. There is hardly a shred of doubt in my mind that the words “Well done, my good and faithful servant!” were spoken to him upon his arrival. He has returned, and he brought his beloved Joan with him. We are thinking about him, his wife, and the rest of the Premier family during this difficult time and sending our love and prayers.