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Emilie Hobbs

Emilie Josephine Hobbs, 64 of Cambridge, Maryland passed away on May 31, 2013 at University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, MD.
She was born in Washington, DC on September 16, 1948 to the late Edward and Ruth Hobbs. Emilie is survived by her brother Charles Hobbs of Hurlock, Maryland.
Emilie attended Dorchester County Public Schools and had been a resident of Delmarva Community Services, Inc. (DCS) since 1986. She worked various jobs with DCS since 1984.
Emilie had a passion for horses and cats. Additionally, she volunteered with 4-H and adult classes. She participated in the Specials Riders program, Melwood Recreation Center, Special Olympics (where she won several ribbons and trophies for her expertise with dressage), swimming at the YMCA, arts and crafts and she specialized in making horses out of aluminum foil.
Emilie attended Souls Harbor Church of God, 718 Peachblossom Avenue of Cambridge, Maryland where her service will be held on Monday, June 10, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow at Eastern Shore Veterans Cemetery, Hurlock, MD followed by a repast at Delmarva Community Services, Rt. 16, Cambridge, MD. Officiating the service will be Pastor Roy D. Collins.
Arrangements entrusted to Newcomb and Collins Funeral Home, P.A., Cambridge





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Facts Born: September 16, 1948
Death: May 31, 2013



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Kay Warfield So sorry to hear of Emilie's passing.We would always talk about our school days at Academy school and our past teachers.She always had a great memory.She was truly an artist,able to draw horses and carousels better than one could find in any book.I will miss seeing her smile and our talks.Until we meet again one day. 06/10/2013 Debbie Walker I had the pleasure working for Emilie threw Delmarva Community Services. Always had a smile on her face with no complaints. All though a pet was not permitted in the group home setting she did have a real life cat that Mary Thorp had purchased for her as a gift. She loved that gift more then any other that she had ever received. You will be missed by everyone. 06/10/2013 Ed Meredith 06/10/2013 Vincent and Nancy Radosta You were a treasured member of Talbot Special Riders. We will miss you and especially the horses you would make for special events. 06/08/2013 Pamela Todd Sending condolences to Emilie's family. I remember Emily since first grade and have seen her over the years as I took some people to the Special Riders. Emilie was always so kind. 06/06/2013

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