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Emma Von Euler Fairfield CT

Update: I would appreciate it if you all left a few words below. If you knew Emma or knew her as somebody’s acquaintance, write something below so that people can have a fond remembrance of Emma. RIP.

I believe there is a women by the name of Emma Von Euler who lives in Fairfield CT and that she recently passed away.

I also happen to know that she was involved in a lot of good work and perhaps was a very good singer. She apparently used to guide the children choir and is being missed by her family and friends.

Let me know more about her and if you knew her and you are missing her, please leave your condolensce messages below.

Emma Von Euler Death

Check out her youtube video below:

An anonymous reader left this obit for Emma in the comments. I have taken the liberty to move it to the article itself.

VON EULER Emma Jane von Euler, age 17, of Southport, beloved and adored daughter of Peter and Nancy (Mack) von Euler, and sister of Sarah von Euler, passed away Wednesday, June 17, 2009. She was in her junior year at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. Emma loved to dance, read, speak French, and most of all to make music.

Since her earliest days, Emma loved to sing. She took part in Music for Children, beginning at age 2 and continued until she was 10. She sang in the Fairfield County Children’s Choir from fifth grade through tenth grade and was frequently a soloist or flute accompanist.

She loved being part of a group that made beautiful music together. Her time with the group brought her to England and Ireland, where she was able to sing in both Canterbury Cathedral and by the statue of Molly Malone in Dublin. She played flute in the band at Mill Hill School, Tomlinson Middle School, and at Fairfield Ludlowe.

She participated in the Western Regional concerts from ninth grade through eleventh grade, and qualified for the All-State band in eleventh grade. Most recently, her passion in music was with the high school’s jazz band, where she played saxophone and flute.

A self-proclaimed “band geek,” she said her favorite times in music were when she was playing four instruments in the pit for the high school’s annual musicals. Emma was a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society, French Honor Society, and National Honor Society.

This Spring the Greater Bridgeport Symphony recognized Emma as the Outstanding Junior Class Musician for Fairfield Ludlowe High School and she received the Dickinson Book Award for excellence in world languages. Emma’s creative gifts went beyond music. She loved to sew, make jewelry, cook, write poetry, and paint.

One of her paintings hangs in the front hallway at Tomlinson. Outside of school, Emma has been a member of the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church since kindergarten. She participated in Church School, in youth groups, youth choir, and as a flute accompanist and soloist during church services. She became a junior deacon last year, and has been an active volunteer at the church school, at special events, and in services.

Last summer, she traveled to West Virginia as part of the Appalachian Service Project. She loved working with her hands and helping families. Emma spent five summers with her whole family at the North Country Camps in the Adirondacks. She made many close friends, and she loved the simplicity and beauty of life in the mountains. Emma’s greatest joy was her large extended family.

She loved family gatherings at her grandparents’ house, playing games and hanging out with her cousins. Emma touched the life of anyone she met, with her voice, her smile, and her enthusiasm. She will be missed by many, but most of all by her family. In addition to her parents and her sister, she will be missed by her maternal grandmother, Jane Mack of Trumbull and her paternal grandparents, Mary and Leo von Euler of Bethesda, Maryland.

She was predeceased by her maternal grandfather, A. Gerard Mack. Emma had many aunts, uncles, and cousins. She is survived by Peter and Anne Marie Mack, David and Ellen Mack, Susan and Peter Harvey, Steven and Meg Mack, Bob and Paula Mack, John and Joyce Mack, and Barbara von Euler and Mason Hogan.

She is survived by her cousins, Liz and Josh Jenisch, Thomas and Leslie Harvey, Beau Mack, Peter Harvey, Stephen Mack, Greg Mack, Chris Mack, Shannon Mack, Geoff Mack, Katie Mack, Douglas Harvey, Malin von Euler-Hogan, Natanael von Euler-Hogan, Eric Mack, and the newest cousin, Virginia Harvey.

A memorial service celebrating Emma’s life will be held on Monday, June 22, 2009 at 4 p.m. at the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church, 1045 Old Academy Road, Fairfield with the Revs. David Rowe and Alida Ward officiating. Private internment will be in the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church Memorial Garden.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Emma Jane von Euler Music Scholarship, High School Scholarship Foundation of Fairfield, Inc., P.O. Box 682 Fairfield, CT 06824. The Spear-Miller Funeral Home, 39 South Benson Road, Fairfield is assisting the family with arrangements. The funeral house website:

    16 Responses to “Emma Von Euler Fairfield CT”

    1. Troy says:

      So who was she. Can somebody explain in more words about her. Why is she so popular.

      • Linney says:

        emma was so talented and beautiful and special. she was so strong and really was an inspiration to everyone who knew her. rip emma i miss you<333 love you babygirl

    2. bam237 says:

      emma was a junior in high school and an AMAZING person who died a horrible, tragic death

    3. Adrianne Greenbaum says:

      Emma was not only a beautiful, wonderful, expressive, unique, creative, thoughtful and generous young woman, but she played the flute like a goddess, always from the heart, yet worked so hard to get the technique perfect as well.
      I will forever have her in my thoughts and her musicianship will be remembered by many of her piers and family and friends.

      Funeral will be at 4:00 on Monday but not sure where yet.

      Her flute teacher for 7 years ( I believe )

    4. Ruby says:

      I only know her through a friend of mine, so I was not told first hand that she had passed away. If you don’t mind, could someone fill me in?

    5. Troy says:

      Thanks for the info Mrs Greenbaum.

    6. Anonymous says:

      I live in Fairfield and Emma Von supposedly hanged herself at some time last night, according to rumors, however I do not know whether or not this is true.

    7. Justin says:

      Emma was one of my best friends since I moved to connecticut. no matter how much it hurt her, or what she was going through, she always managed to bring a smile to the faces of those she cared about. she was one of the best musicians that i’ve known personally, and just about everyone that knew her loved her, as she touched so many lives in the short time that she was with us. she will be dearly missed

    8. Stevie-Marie says:

      Emma Von Euler on of my best friends as well. she was san amazing person. she stood for so many different things and always helped others with their issues. she brought a smile to everybodys face, even if you didnt know her that well. she was always concerned with other peoples well being. i just wish that i could have done the same for her..

      the ceremony will be held on Monday at 4 at Greenfield Hill Congregational Church

    9. Kelsey says:

      She was an amazing friend of mine, and she influenced a lot of people’s lives. She was caring and good and deserved better than this.

    10. drew says:

      I heard through a third party that Emma was a lovely and wonderful person who had recently come out as g.ay to her parents. I really hope this did not contribute to her death, which I also heard was a suicide.

    11. D M says:

      I knew Emma, and I’m almost certain that there were never any issues in regards to her se.xuality (she was bise.xual/le.sbian)-that her parents and her peers were totally accepting of it.

    12. Jeanne says:

      I know of Emma from my daughter, who attended music camp in Maine with her. I never met Emma, but hearing of her death, and her wonderful personality and beauty, inside and out, broke my heart. What a loss. As a parent, I can only imagine what her parents are going through and wish I could offer some comfort to them. I wish that I could have been there to make her realize that she had so much to live for, even as a stranger. I cry for this beautiful young person and for young people like her and wish it could have been different.

    13. Camp Friend says:

      Emma was a great camp friend of mine at Camp Whippoorwill in the Adirondacks. She really could always bring a smile to my face no matter how upset I was. Sarah V.E., who also goes to Camp Whip, has helped both me and plenty of other friends of Emma get through this tough time. We made her a memory garden full of purple flowers (her favorite color!). I will forever miss Emma.

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