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July 21, 2018

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August 2, 2017
Memories of and Tribute to Aunt Emily:
A loving, kind and memorable person.

I loved Aunt Emily from the day that I met her. I was about 11 years old at the time. When I finally got to meet her, she was indeed the beautiful, petite, Cinderella princess, who married my Uncle William. She gave me a smile, as she showed me the sparkling diamond ring, perched on her perfect, tiny fingers. Aunt Emily also blessed our family, by giving birth to two amazing people, Cynthia and Billy.

Aunt Emily opened her home to my sister Patricia and I, when Uncle William was stationed at the Air Force military base in Fairfield, CA. She lovingly helped us with our first children, Quincy and Tiffany, when they were toddlers. She prepared delicious, home cooked meals during our visits and always made us feel welcome and at home.

Over the years Aunt Emily kept in touch by phone. I really enjoyed our conversations. When I missed her calls, her voicemail messages were always the same and fondly memorable. She would say; "Debra, this is Aunt Emily... Call me, you hear." In my memory, I can still clearly remember the sound of voice.

Aunt Emily's lifetime marriage to Uncle William still makes me very happy and proud! They were family jewels individually and as a married couple.

Aunt Emily...you will be missed. You are "loved, cherished and truly unforgettable." See you in heaven!...Until then, please say hello to Mom and Uncle William for me. I will always love you. Thanks!
August 2, 2017
May you rest in God's Arms Aunt Emily.
You will truly be missed.
August 2, 2017
My Dear Emily,
You will always be in my thoughts and forever in my heart. I will never forget how you and Uncle William open your doors to my daughter Tiffany and myself when we moved to California. Your love was so genuine that when my son Patrick was born and started to talk, he never called you Aunt Emily he always referred to you as "Grandma".
Some years after you and I both moved back to Texas. I introduced you to my husband Alfred. To you he was not just another person you had just met, he was your nephew.
You were truly a blessing to us and you will be missed.
Pat Winn-Hardeman
August 1, 2017
My dear Aunt Emily.
She will always be in my thoughts and forever in my heart. I will never forget how she and uncle William open their doors to my daughter Tiffany and myself when we first moved to California. Her love was so genuine that when my son Patrick started to talk and we were in her presence, he never called her Aunt Emily, he referred to her as "Grandma". After Aunt Emily and I both moved back to Texas, she accepted my new family as if she had known them all her life. We will miss her.
Pat Winn-Hardeman & Alfred