OBITUARY

Emma Jay Hummel

July 9, 1946November 7, 2018

On Wednesday November 7, 2018, Emma Jay Hummel, loving wife and mother of 3 children, passed away peacefully at the age of 72 from natural causes. Jay, as she went by, was born July 9, 1946 in Evansville, Indiana to Vernon and Mary Bays.

She worked as a Financial Office Manager during her working years. On June 18, 1971 she married Robert (Bob) E. Hummel. They raised 2 sons, a son from a previous marriage Wayne A. Brewer Jr. and Nathan E Hummel, and a daughter, Andrea E. (Mortonson) Hummel. Jay enjoyed traveling and the adventure of living in Japan for 8 years when Bob was stationed there for two tours while in the military. She was an Elvis Presley fan and loved listening to his recordings. Jay was also an avid Bingo player and enjoyed the friendship of the many friends she made while playing.

Jay was preceded in death by her mother, Mary, her father, Vernon and a brother, Rudy. She is survived by her husband, Bob, and 3 children, Wayne, Nathan and Andrea, her brother Larry, her sister Mary Lou, several nieces and nephews, and numerous grandchildren. Jay cherished the time she was able to spend with family, especially doting on her grandchildren.

A private service will be held on Sunday, November 12 for immediate family and a few close friends. There will be no visitation hours. Jay’s family asks that a donation be made to your favorite Children’s Charity in lieu of sending flowers. Jay we will miss you terribly but will always carry your memory in our hearts.

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REMEMBERING

Emma Jay Hummel

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Chrystie Thompson

November 12, 2018

Where to begin... Mrs Jay was a loyal patron who loved her bingo! When she walked in the room and we met eyes I would always smile! She brought laughter as well love! No matter what type of day she had, she shared her love with mine! Always bringing me in pictures of her granddaughter to show me how big or how beautiful she has grown to be! She was trully a proud loving gramma.. :) She had the most purest loving heart.. when she would wait to eat she would get so mad at me for making her eat..she would tell me "chrystie go back to work" I said I will once I know your ok.. I will forever cherish the memories and the love she filled my heart with! 15yrs I spent with her.. every Friday, Saturday, sunday, and monday! Now I know she is dancing in heaven with her best friend Mrs Lou!! Forever remembered and always in my heart! I love you Mrs Jay.. Rest in paradise beautiful!!

Lauren Burkott

November 11, 2018

Jay brought in Leah to Andrea's work and we got to meet her and the baby and we all knew that she loved her so much. I will miss hearing Bingo stories from Andrea about her and Jay and the whole Bingo crew. My heart goes out to your family! She will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY