Wilbert “Joe” Emings Death, Tribute To A Cherished Soul

Wilbert “Joe” Emings Death –  Wilbert J. “Joe” Emings, who was 86 years old and from Clarion, passed away in a quiet and serene manner on Tuesday morning, March 26, 2024, at the Shippenville Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. He was a resident of Clarion. Richard Emings, who had passed away, and Margaret Trayer Emings, who had also passed away, were his parents. He was born in Brookville on April 21, 1937, and his parents both perished away.

There, Joe received his education at what was formerly known as Sigel High School. Shirley Ann Jones, who is still living today, was the lady he married on April 23, 1960. She would go on to become the love of his life from that point on. After that, they would have celebrated their 64th anniversary the next month, which is the month after that. Joe worked as a truck driver and a carpenter throughout the course of his career. He also worked in the service industry.

Activities such as mowing his grass, gardening, and working on crafts were all things that he enthusiastically participated in. Ginger, Joe’s dog, along with his wife and other members of his family, will miss him intensely. Ginger is also going to miss him.

After his wife, Joe is survived by his sons, Tom Emings and his significant other, Cindy Stevens, of Clearfield, and Dan Emings of Lenwood Acres; his daughter, Lisa Wingard and her husband, Kevin, of Shippenville; and five grandchildren, Curtis Emings and his fiancée, Kortnee Myers, Johnathan Frederick, Abby Frederick, Logan Emings, and Lauren Emings. Joe’s wife, Lisa Wingard, also survives him. Moreover, Joe’s wife is the only person he leaves behind.

These individuals include his sister, Kay Bish, who lives in Brookville, as well as a huge number of nieces and nephews. He is also survived by a big number of other relatives. Joe Emings’s brother, Daryl Emings, and his brother-in-law, Harry Bish, passed away before him. Joe Emings was the sixth member of the Emings family. Before he was born, his parents were also among those who had already departed away.

Robert V. Burns Funeral Home, which is situated in Clarion, is the establishment that is in charge of making the necessary arrangements.
In accordance with Joe’s desires, there will be no public services or visits open to the general public. The Clarion Cemetery will be the location where the arrangements for the interment will be made.

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