Emily A. Spencer

February 5, 1986 - February 9, 2020

Age 34, of Gainesville, passed away on February 9, 2020.

She was born February 5, 1986 in Warsaw, daughter of Thomas Schabloski and the late Sally Meyer Schabloski. Emily was a registered nurse who worked at various medical facilities including the Wyoming County Community Hospital.

Emily was a member of 4-H in earlier years and was a member of St. John Neumann Parish in Sheldon. She enjoyed volunteering to help with various events at the North Java Fire Hall.

Emily was a happy, outgoing person who made friends easily. She enjoyed nature, hiking, traveling and going to tractor pulls.

Emily was predeceased by her mother, Sally Schabloski who died in 2018.

Surviving are her husband of eleven years, Aaron Spencer, whom she married on May 24, 2008; her father, Thomas (Arna) Schabloski of Warsaw; her brother, Bryan Schabloski of Warsaw; her sisters, Cheryl Schabloski of Warsaw, Amy (Udit) Goyal of Chicago, IL; her niece, Brook-lyn; several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Friends may call Friday, February 21 from 4 – 8 PM at the Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw. Emily’s Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, February 22 at 10 AM at St. John Neumann Parish, St. Cecilia’s church site, Centerline Rd., Sheldon. Burial will be in St. Nicholas Cemetery, North Java.

Following Emily’s services, her family invites friends to the North Java Fire Hall for a reception.

Important Dates

February 21, 2020 : Calling hours for Emily A. Spencer - 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

February 22, 2020 : Mass of Christian Burial for Emily A. Spencer at St. John Neumann Parish, St. Cecilia’s church site, Centerline Rd., Sheldon - 10:00 AM

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Feb 22.20 from Laura DeBadts:

What a blessing she was to this world!  I had the pleasure of being introduced to Emily through her sister Amy.  They were young and excited. I was blessed to have the opportunity to mentor her in a Mary Kay business before she was dating Aaron.  In the short time that I was able to mentor her she was the perfect example of how to make people feel important.  I am so sorry for your Loss.  May the peace of all understanding cover you during your grief.

Feb 21.20 from Frank and Linda Hollister:

We are so sorry for your loss. We Know loosing a child has to be awful.  We didn’t know Emily but I understand she was a wonderful lady. Our prayers are with you.

Feb 21.20 from Rory, Carol Benkleman:

Watched Emily grow up over the years and turn into the caring and loving young lady she   abecame. She will always be remembered for   gher compassion and gracious qualities that 4guided her life. May the Good Lord watch over her forever!

Feb 21.20 from Patricia Bauer:

I got to know Emily when she was a student at St. Michael’s School.  I was the school secretary at that time and always enjoyed it when Emily would stop in my office.  I loved her personality!  She let the joy of the Lord shine out of her life.  I really wanted to come in person to give my condolences to the family but am unable to due to untimely illness.  You have been in my prayers as I know you will miss your dear sweet Emily very greatly.❤

Feb 21.20 from Jill Baylor:

Many great memories with you, Emily! Such a fun loving person who will always be remembered and missed. You really knew how to light up a room and brighten everyone’s days. Rest in peace, beautiful 💕 Xoxoxo ~Jill

Feb 17.20 from Kathleen Samsel:

So very sorry for your loss. know that Joanne and I are praying for all of you.

Feb 14.20 from The Berge's:

We are so very sorry to hear about Emily’s passing. Thoughts and prayers to everyone. Aaron, Jesse, and Regan Berge

Feb 12.20 from Michael brown:

I knew Emily from church school years at the St.Nicholas church. As everyone says that smile made everyone’s day! She was very outgoing and had such a great personality. My condolences to all family and friends. May she Rest In Peace and shine down on us all! Prayers to all

Feb 12.20 from Tim Kibler:

My condolences to Aaron, Tom and the entire family. Whenever I saw Emily, she always made me feel that she was truly happy to see me. Her smile brightened my day! Prayers to you all.

Feb 12.20 from Karen Roesch:

I had Emily through her school years at Warsaw.I had her brother Bryan too and loved them both.Later Emily and I met up again working at the same place.We had many of laughs during one of our several talks.God has a beautiful angel now.Now you can rest Emily,love you.My prayers and thoughts are with your family.

Feb 12.20 from Sheri A Allen:

I had the pleasure of working with Emily!  Her smile was so infectious!  She could always brighten your day!

Feb 11.20 from Karen Duboy:

I returned to college as an adult student.  She was my sons age.  She had classes with me and always treated me like one of the young students with great respect.  She helped me many times but what I remember the most was her kind and gentle voice p.  Her smile would make my day better.  My prays are with the family.

Feb 11.20 from Mark Pickard:

Emily was in my classroom many years ago.  I met her again at the nursing home as I am a volunteer there. What a lovely girl!  Her beautiful smile made my day.  It would light up a room.  I nicknamed her “Smiley”.  My prayers go out to Emily and the entire Schabloski and Spencer families.  Take care!

Feb 11.20 from Roxanne Monteleone:

I worked with Emily. I remember her smile and how it lit up every room she came in. She was a beautiful and vibrant woman. So glad we met up again not that long ago. I am heartbroken. There are no words. You are with God now; Heaven has gained a beautiful angel.