It is with sorrow that I learned of Emmy's passing. She was a beautiful blessed woman with a love for music. She mentioned that she could no longer breathe deeply to sing in praise. Now she can sing with Ken. You will be missed.
We were sorry to hear about Emmie.Our thoughts and prayers are with you.Dave and Annette Bashaw
Emma was one of my first friends when I moved from Ashland to Franklin.Always admired her faith and strength.So sorry I missed seeing her this summer.She always kept in touch.A great loss.RIP my friend,Prayers to the family. Gail Randall
I began my career with the State working with Emma. She was a thoughtful and fun person to be around. My sympathy to her family and all who knew her.
Emma was a true gem in every sense of the word. Always looked at the glass as half full. A true believer in the Lord and always was a good shepherd. I am a much better person for having known her. Her love for Bob was always inspiring and as a couple they conquered the world. You are in my thoughts and prayers always. I will see you in Heaven. Love Dave