Mrs. Kelly Horton Prescott age 32 of Willacoochee, GA. passed away Tuesday, November 12, 2013 in Nashville, Ga. from injuries received in an auto accident. Her brother Matthew "Matt" Horton age 23 passed away from injuries received in the same accident. Born April 28, l981 in Douglas, GA., Kelly was the daughter of Darrell and Dean Harper Horton. She was a mother, homemaker and military wife who enjoyed fishing, hiking and especially the beach. She had recently moved back to Willacoochee after living in Hawaii. She was a member of Abundant Life Assembly of God Church in Nashville, GA.. Survivors include: Husband: Staff Sgt. Terry Prescott, Jr. USMC of Willacoochee, GA. 2 Daughters: Kaylyn Prescott and Joy Prescott of Willacoochee, GA. 1 Son: Alex Mancil of Willacoochee, GA. Parents: Darrell and Dean Horton of Willacoochee, GA. 3 Sisters: Hiedi Mancil and husband Red of Willacoochee, GA. Amanda Horton and Fiancé Pablo Castillo of Willacoochee, GA. Laura Steverson and husband Kevin of Willacoochee, GA. 2 Brothers: Allen Horton of Willacoochee, GA. Danny Horton and wife Alicia of Willacoochee, GA. Maternal Grandmother: Doris Anderson of Willacoochee, GA. Several Nieces, Nephews, Uncles, Aunts and Cousins also survive. Funeral services for Mrs. Prescott were held at 2:00 P. M. Sunday, November 17, 2013 at Abundant Life Church in Nashville, GA. with Pastor Raymond Cason, Rev. Michael Harper and Rev. Jerry Baldree officiating. Special musical selections included, "Meet Me Halfway" by CD which included a slideshow of Kelly and Matt, "Mama" and "Address in the Stars" by CD, "Go Rest High on That Mountain" rendered by Charles and Tammy Wood with Charles accompanying on the guitar and "Break Every Chain" rendered by soloist Jessica Whitaker who accompanied herself on the keyboard. Soft music for the Prelude and the Postlude was played by Jessica Whitaker. The interment followed in the Willacoochee City Cemetery. Serving as active pallbearers were: Jerry Baker, Josh Baker, Cody Davis, Jason Griffis, Kyle Starr and Donny Stone.