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Tommie Emily

Tommie Sue Emily (Ingram)

Friday, January 31st, 1947 - Sunday, December 27th, 2020
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Obituary

Tommie Sue Emily of Park Hills, Missouri was born on January 31, 1947 in Kirby, Arkansas, a daughter to the late Thomas Alexander Ingram and the late Emma Elnora Ingram. Tommie passed away on Sunday, December 27, 2020 having reached the age of seventy-three years, ten months and twenty-seven days.

Tommie is survived by her husband, Melvin Emily; daughters: Suzann Emily and Donna Marshall; two grandchildren: Joshua Marshall and Kayla Marshall; two great-grandchildren: Marley-Ann Stagg and Melody Marshall; siblings: Michael Ingram and wife Susan, and Janice Miller and husband Ray. Tommie is also survived by nieces, nephews and extended family.

Tommie was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas “Tom” and “Sue” Ingram.

A joint memorial visitation with her husband, Melvin, who passed away on January 2, 2021, will be held on Saturday, January 16, 2021 from 11 am to 1 pm at Declue Funeral Home, 301 E High St, Potosi, Missouri 63664.

A joint memorial service with her husband, Melvin, who passed away on January 2, 2021, will be held Saturday, January 16, 2021 at 1 pm at Declue Memorial Chapel.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the care and direction of DeClue Funeral Home.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 | 11:00am - 1:00pm
    When
    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 11:00am - 1:00pm
    Location
    DeClue Funeral Home
    Address
    301 E High Street
    Potosi, MO 63664
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    When
    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 1:00pm
    Location
    DeClue Memorial Chapel
    Address
    301 E High Street
    Potosi, MO 63664
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Officiant
    Pastor John Canterberry

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TTEC Family

Posted at 04:43pm
This grove is planted in the beloved memory of Tommie and Melvin Emily, forever united through 56 years of marriage and their undying love.

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Pat and Debra Stack

Posted at 11:25am
Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort as you remember your mom, who was so close to you.

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Julie Carroll and family

Posted at 10:04am
Donna and family, we are thinking of you during this difficult time. This tree is in memory of your parents and offers hope for the rebirth of all.
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Ray Miller

Posted at 04:41pm
Tommie was one of the founders of a new church in California where I was pastor in the 70's. Tommie was very active and work tirelessly in starting a new bus route which brought hundreds of children to church over a period of several years. Tommie, with her sister Jan, was also a teacher in children's church and saw many children come to Christ. When she moved to Texas she continued her work with children. Tommie is a sweet and wonderful lady. It was a wonderful time for here the moment she entered heaven and finally saw her Lord for the first time, after telling others about Him for so long. America and the world need more people like Tommie in it and that would make this world a far better place than it is now. Although we will miss Tommie, we look forward to a reunion with her as soon as the Lord permits. Watch for us, dear Tommie, we are not far behind. We loved you then, we love you now. You were and are a great person who made you life count in the most important way. It was a life well lived.
Your friend, one time pastor and brother in law.
JM

Jan Miller

Posted at 07:35am
Tommie Sue Emily is my cherished sister twice over. She is my sister by birth of our parents, Tom and Sue Ingram but also she is my sister by the new birth through our Lord Jesus Christ. I love her and I miss her. My favorite memory of my sister is when we taught Children's Church together at the East Paris Baptist Church in Paris, Texas. We both loved teaching children in Sunday School. We mentored each other. I would bring the introduction to the lesson one Sunday and she would teach the lesson and then we would reverse roles the next Sunday. She had some of the most exciting and fun ideas for lessons. She even became this wonderful character called "Daffy." Oh my, how the children loved Daffy. And who did Daffy love the very most? Jesus. We were best friends. We sharpened each others skills by loving critique of each lesson. We used so many props and characters. The pastor stated Children's Church became so exciting the kids would run you over trying to get there after Sunday School to get the best seats. I cannot tell you how many children Tommie Sue personally lead to the Lord Jesus Christ. I can only imagine the "homecoming" and welcome she must have received in heaven. She truly was a treasure on earth. How I long to see her again and I know I shall when the Lord calls my name. What a reunion we will have my sweet sister! Until then, you are missed!!
In loving memory, your sister twice over,
Jan Miller
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