On May 9, 2020 at 5:42pm a Queen was called to Heaven to be one of Gods Angels.
Emma Louise Wessells Montgomery age 74, passed away at University of Medicine and Denistry Hospital where she worked and retired from for over 30 years. Emma was a beautiful women and mother who Loved, touched and helped everyone who came into her and her Children’s lives.
On July 3, 1945, Gladys and Bennie Mills of Salisbury Maryland gave birth to a beautiful baby girl they name Emma. She moved to Georgia with her Aunt and Uncle and that’s where she met her husband George H. Wessells of Virginia. They moved to NJ, Emma wanted a better life for her children so she went back to school and graduated from Essex County College on July 7, 1977 where she received an Associate Degree in Nursing. She started working at UMDNJ as a Registered Nurse. Emma continued her education at Seton Hall University where she received her Bachelor Degree.
Emma was a proud women and while working at UMDNJ she met James Montgomery. They married on June 30,1990 and remained married for 30 years until her passing. Emma survived by 6 children: Teresa A. Brannon, George E. Wessells, William H. Wessells, Laverne Wessells Robinson, Estella A. Lewis Wessells, John Darryll Wessells Sr. step daughter Ratera Montgomery, grandson John Darryll Wessells Jr. who resided with her and Terrell Brannon one of many grandson’s who was always at her side. Emma was also survived by 2 sisters: Clarie Fortt and Marie Hutchin of Maryland, 2 son-in-Laws, Joel Robinson, William Laidler, future daughter-in-Law Crystal James, a special person in her life John Guy, 21 beautiful Grandchildren, 11 Great Grandchildren, a host of Nieces, Nephews, Great Nieces, Nephews and Friends who Loved her.
Mom we can’t Believe you’ve passed,
You are a true Angel Loved by many
Now God has called you Home.
We Love you Mom and you will never be forgotten
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