Emma Mae (Daubert) Blose, 93, was reunited with her late husband, Harold J Blose, on Sunday, March 18. Surrounded by family, she passed peacefully at Heritage Mills Personal Care in Tower City, Pa.
Born in Freeland, Pa. in 1924 she was the daughter of the late Lloyd Edward Daubert and Nettie Uada Hoffman.
She graduated from Freeland High School and soon after joined a sister, Henrietta, and was employed riveting bombers in an airplane factory in Baltimore, Md.
She returned to Freeland and after the War met and married the love of her life, Harold. They eventually moved to Phoenixville, Pa. where Emma later became employed by the Control Data Corporation in Valley Forge, Pa. Upon retiring the couple moved to Wernersville, Pa. where she spent all but the last 10 months of her life.
She is survived by her children: Linda wife of Sam Ott, Phoenixville, Pa. William, husband of Cynthia (Ott) Blose, Douglasville, Pa. and Harold "Bip" Blose of Tower City, Pa. She is also survived by three Grandchildren William (Bill) of Douglasville, and Amanda Kay Blose wife of Michael Adams of, Baltimore and Jessica Lee Blose, wife of Chris Selby of Baltimore. Seven great grandchildren, Destiny Hughs, Joshua & Addyson Adams, KayLee and Austin York; Christopher and Emma Selby, all also in Baltimore who she adored as well as fourteen Nieces and Nephews scattered across America.
In addition to her parents, Emma was predeceased by all her siblings. Malcom Henry (infant), Henrietta Stower of Freeland, Winifred Cea of Hazleton, Audrey Elizabeth (child) of Freeland, Edward James of Philadelphia, Nettie Kenvin of Hazleton, and Lloyd (Skip) Daubert of Philadelphia and Nephew Robert Daubert of Hazleton.
Burial will be held privately at Union Cemetery in Weatherly, Pa. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her name to Heritage Mills Personal Care, 846 E Wiconisco Ave. Tower City, Pa 17980 or Berks Leisure Living 1399 Fairview Drive, Leesport, Pa 19533 Dimon Funeral Home & Cremation Services, has been entrusted with the arrangements. To sign the guest book visit www.dimonfuneralhome.com