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Passed away at her home in Locust Grove, VA on December 11, 2012. She was born in Hartford, CT and moved to Manassas with her parents in 1988. She is survived by her mother Janet Wilscam McGee, of Manassas, her father, Bill of Woodbridge, and her fiancee Sean Blasko, also of Locust Grove, as well as by her grandmother Mollie Wilscam, of Rocky Hill Ct, her aunt, Linda Wilscam, of Vernon, Ct, by her step family of Sandy Curtis, Jennifer Holzer, Matt Holzer and MIchelle Venegas, and by her beloved horses Granby and Hollywood, and her Great Dane Madison. She was preceded in death by her loving grandparents Roderick Wilscam and Henry and Vera McGee, and just recently by her beloved Uncle Alex Ure. Emily was studying at NoVa CC while employed as the office manager at TAAP,Inc.,in Manassas, and found time to teach horsemanship, equine massage and riding skills to innumerable local friends and local students. She was a Founding Board member of the Young Patient's Panel of the National Facial Pain Association. Contributions in her memory can be made to them at www.fpa-support.org.,and/or to the Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, Clifton, VA. We know that would make Emily very happy. because Emily was simply the bravest and most empathic woman anyone of us had ever known, and all who touched her life, animal and human, were better for it, as she shared and eased their pains while steadfastly masking her own. A memorial service to celebrate her remarkable life will be held December 28 at 3 p.m. at The Covenant Lee Chapel Funeral home, 8251 Sudley Rd, Manassas VA. and all are welcome.

Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 21, 2012
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