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Emelee Arbuckle Obituary
Emelee Norma

Rebekah Arbuckle

Melbourne Beach, FL

Emelee "Bean" Norma Rebekah Arbuckle, 23, of Melbourne Beach, Florida passed away Sunday, December 29 from complications following a motorcycle accident. She was born June 27, 1990 to Ken and Karen Arbuckle in Melbourne. Emelee graduated from Melbourne High School where she developed her love of rowing becoming the team's top coxswain during her four year reign. She went on to Brevard Community College where her God-given artistic talent blossomed into several mediums including painting, drawing and pottery inspiring her to seek her long-term goal of teaching art to handicapped children. This same talent propelled her to successful employment as a Graphic Artist at the Highland Mint where she worked for over seven years as the Art Department Production Coordinator. She loved animals, Haribo gummi bears, rain, Kandinsky's abstract art, poetry and her dogs Scruffy and Molly. She was lovingly nicknamed Bean as a baby because green beans were her favorite vegetable. Bean is survived by her parents, her paternal grandparents Andy and Marilyn Arbuckle, aunt Marianne Arbuckle, uncle Don and Aunt Debbie of Arizona and aunt Diana and uncle Tim of Maryland. Uncle Paul and aunt Katrina Kothe, aunt Debbie Kothe and uncle David of South Carolina and a bevy of other aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Her wonderful and touching joy, spirit, life and talents will be celebrated at 1 pm at Brownlie Maxwell, 1010 Palmetto Ave, Melbourne, FL 32901 on Sunday, January 5th and will be followed by a non-denominational service at 2 pm. A private burial is planned for a future date. Friends and family considering expressions of sympathy are asked to consider a donation to the Mel Hi Crew Team which has been organized by her parents. Tucking her in every night since birth; "Sweet Dreams Sweet Baby, we love you from here to the moon and back again" - Momma and Papa.

Published in FLORIDA TODAY on Jan. 1, 2014
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