Emogene McNulty

Emogene McNulty

Monday, November 25th, 1935 - Saturday, April 24th, 2021
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It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts we share the passing of Emogene McNulty, 85, of Interlachen, Florida on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at Putnam Community Medical Center in Palatka, Florida. Born in Pikeville, Kentucky, she resided in Interlachen, Florida after retiring from Bucyrus, Ohio. Emogene worked as a Laboratory Technician at several hospitals over the years including in Grundy, Virginia, Mansfield General Hospital in Mansfield, Ohio and retired from Bucyrus Community Hospital in Bucyrus, Ohio after many years of service. In her leisure time, Emogene was an avid reader, enjoyed cards, games, word puzzles, game shows and mysteries. She took pleasure in making “goodie bags” for others and keeping in touch with close friends and family.
She was preceded in death by her husband, James Allen McNulty; her parents: Jim and Ethel Deskins; and seven siblings: Plennie Deskins, Ken Deskins, Denver Deskins, Homer Deskins, Teddy Deskins, Vesta Deskins, and Marilyn Compton.
Emogene is lovingly remembered and dearly missed by her devoted son, Jeff McNulty of Columbus, Ohio; four sisters: Jean Huffman of Dry Ridge, Kentucky, Hilda Williams of Cookeville, Tennessee, Claudette “Pat” Hunt of Barryton, Michigan, Shelia Marconi (Tony) of Greenville, South Carolina and her dear friend Nellie Beck Foster of Kauai, Hawaii.
Due to concerns with the Covid 19 virus, services and burial will be held privately for family and close friends.
Flowers are gratefully accepted or memorial donations may be sent to a favorite charity in her honor.
Memories and condolences may be expressed to the family at Emogene’s Book of Memories page at
Arrangements are entrusted to Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home in Interlachen, Florida.
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    Private Family Services
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    Bro. Ricky Bybee
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    PineView Cemetery
    Hwy 20 West
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Nellie Foster

Posted at 02:02am
Imogene was my close friend for over 50 years. We worked, played, cooked, ate, and even went to the horse races together. But most of all we laughed together. Talking on the phone at least once a week, we solved the world's problems and shared news of our very different lives. I will miss the endless games of Gin Rummy we played on my annual visits. She will be missed but will cherish a lifetime of memories we shared. ~nellie foster, Kauai, HI

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