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Arthur “Bubba” Horovitz, an American hero, was laid to rest Friday, September 11, 2020, with a private service at Bonaventure Cemetery. He was 96 years old.

Arthur volunteered and served in both WWII as a co-pilot in B-24’s, with the 467th Bomb Group/790th Bomb Squadron of the 8th Airforce and in the Korean War with the 54th fighter wing, 158th Fighter Squadron  of the Georgia Air National Guard.

He married the love of his life, Jennie Javetz Horovitz and entered the family business until his retirement. Bubba had a full active life which varied from raising award winning camellias to being an accomplished boat builder, an avid tennis player, and a natural pilot, flying aircraft well into his eighties.

The quintessential southern gentleman, Bubba was a selfless, kind, gentle, loving man who found the most joy in life was helping others. His zest pour la vie amazed the younger crowd and was envied by his contemporaries.

He leaves behind a loving son, Dr. Paul M. Horovitz, a grand-daughter, Julia Rovnan, two great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces, cousins, and special friend, Wendy McCarthy.

Remembrances: American Cancer Society – Suite 102, 4849 Paulsen Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405-4424 or The National Museum of The Mighty Eighth Air Force – Post Office Box #1992, Savannah, Georgia 31402.

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  1. Kathy & Jim White says:

    Having only met Bubba through Spanish Oaks, he was indeed a kind, gentle man. Our sympathies to the family, especially his son, who was a daily companion.

    Kathy & Jim White

  2. Steve and Anne Scheer says:

    Our sincerest condolences. Bubba was a special man and will be missed.

  3. National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force says:

    On behalf of the Board of Trustees, the staff and volunteers of the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, we would like to extend our deepest condolences for your loss. Please know the passing of your loved one is felt by all those who honor the Greatest Generation and their sacrifices.

  4. liz Brauser says:

    Rest in peace Bubba- we all loved you so much. Paul- mom lives with me here in Florida- with mild dementia- and so I won’t discuss with her but I can tell you that when she did discuss your dad, when memories were clear, it was always in the most loving terms of memories and appreciation of the enduring friendship that our folks shared. missing the good old days! Love from us ! Liz and Bernita.

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