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Emily Wiley Easom

July 7, 1925 — April 12, 2018

Emily Wiley Easom was one of three triplets born July 7, 1925.  She grew up in Donalsonville, GA.  In her twenties, Emily and her husband, Rodney and their children moved to Tallahassee, FL, where she worked at Turner's Dept. store.  She was a vibrant lady with a huge heart and a personality that lit up the room.  She never met a stranger!  After retiring Emily enjoyed spending time with her family, dancing at the American Legion and hanging out with her girlfriends, the "Silver Belles".  Her biggest legacy she leaves behind are her six grandchildren that she adored.  The family would like to extend a huge thank you to Shirley Higdon, Ray Cochran, and Becky Sauers for taking such great care of Emily in her final years.  Funeral services for Mrs. Easom will be held on Monday, April 16, 2018 at 2:00 PM at the Chapel of Evans-Skipper Funeral Home with Rev. David Williams officiating.   Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at 1:00 PM at the funeral home.Emily was preceded in death by her husband Rodney Easom, sons Greg Easom and John "Keith" Easom, her brother, Lamar Wiley, sisters, Elizabeth "Betty" Spooner and Eleanor Houston, as well as her parents.She is survived by her son, Max Easom, and daughers, Becky Sauers and Debbie Hill (John); and grandchildren, Kristy Sasser (Chad), Kelly Oberschlake (Craig), Whitney Easom, Mackenzie Easom, Tyler Easom (Ashley), and Alex Hauser.  Mrs. Easom is also survived by her sister, Ouida Carr and brother, Marvin Wiley.In lieu of flowers, the family request a donation to Big Bend Hospice in memory of Emily.
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