Emily Lynn Tucker death – obituary : 39, of Titusville, dies at West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh

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Emily Lynn Tucker death – obituary, cause of death : Emily Lynn Tucker 39, of Titusville, is dead. She passed away at West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh after an extended illness on Monday, September 13th 2021.

Emily was born on January 19th 1982 in Oil City to William B. McDevitt III and Patricia Combs. She met Raymond F. Tucker they fell in love and got married on Aug. 25, 2012 in Pleasantville.

She attended and graduated from Cranberry High School, in 2001, she then proceeded to Butler Community College in 2003 and Clarion University in 2017, with an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Learning.

Emily was a former employee for the Community Ambulance Service, UPMC Northwest and for Cook Forest and Clear Creek State Park before retiring due to her illness. She volunteered for local fire departments as a fire fighter and EMT.

Emily participated in 4-H raising hogs and horses under the loving guidance of Marv Miller, throughout elementary and high school.

She was a good soul and her third-grade teacher called her “my little social worker” because she tried to take care of everyone an attitude followed her through her adult life.

She is survived by her husband, three daughters, Alicia M. and Ashley D. Kaster, and Julie E. Tucker, her mother, Patricia Baker and husband, Richard, her father, William B. McDevitt III and husband Thomas A. Wojotowicz, a brother, William B. McDevitt IV and wife, Heather, two nephews, Zachary and Alex McDevitt, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and a very special aunt, DJ Wood.

Funeral Arrangements:

Family and friends may call at the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home Inc., 303 N. Washington St., Titusville on Monday, from noon to 2 p.m., at which time a funeral service will be conducted with Pastor Shawn Johnson officiating.

Interment will be at Jamison Corners Cemetery.

Memorial contributions can be made to Paula S. Cousins Ovarian and Endometrial Cancer Foundation Inc.