MR Brian Joseph Horner, of Grantham Road, Sleaford, has died in Lincoln County Hospital. He was 67.
Mr Horner was born in Stockton-on-Tees, the brother of Allan.
He leaves his wife, Sue, daughter Liz and son, David.
He worked as an agricultural sales manager with a break of 10 years, when he and his wife ran their own agricultural merchants businesss, Animal Requisites, with branches in Grantham and Lincoln.
His interests included the Young Farmers Club (where he met his wife); the Sail Training Association, U3A (Sleaford); and Family History Group. He also played indoor bowls (Sleaford) and dominoes for Sleaford Cricket Club.
Robert Holland conducted the funeral service at Grantham Crematorium Chapel.
Family mourners included: Sue Horner, Liz Horner and David Horner.
Other mourners included: Theresa Morgan, Audrey and John Haslam, Mr and Mrs Elvins, Bill Walker, Mr and Mrs Rampling, Hank Smyth, Terry Curran, Mike Summerhayes, Patricia and Charles Rands, Fred Paul, Peter Lowder, Peter Storr, Allan Horner, Valerie Rose, Russell and Jean Cann, Davis Waspe, Norman Waspe, David Mansfield, Jonathan Brown, Wendy and Brian Skinner, Nicola Chambers, Rosie James, Mr J. F. Chamberlain, Mary Smith, Christopher Horner, Tracey Bloomfield, Peter Pratt (Probus), John Harwood, Lynda Sergeant, Lesley Pinchbeck, Elsie Stanley, Keith Troughton, David Wallis, Denis Smith, Anne Smith, Sandra Sidgewick, Colin Sidgewick, Ruth and David Holme, Carye Chambers, Carol Ogden, Chris and Anne Harrison, Hilda Selby, Sue Poole, Gill Roberts, Dave Lambert, Ian Burrows (Sleaford Cricket Club), Anne Tarren, Pat Clarke, Helen and Rob Pratt, Andrew Withers, Elisa and Bill Rampling, Helen and Martin Hutchinson, Mick Rampling, John and Toni Easter, Caroline Goddard (Pittendreigh), Sandra Kaveney an dKeith Troughton (U3A).
Funeral arrangements were by Robert Holland, St Catherine’s Road, Grantham.
Donations were received for Cancer Research UK.