God has spoken, "Leave your ailments behind! It is time to come home!" Mrs. Emma Jane Doub-Williamson, 84, of Harrisburg, PA, transitioned on June 20, 2016 at the Holy Spirit Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Dorothy Dockens and Paul Doub. Emma Jane was preceded in passing by her husband James Williamson, daughter, Dorothy Williamson, and son, Dennis Williamson. She was a servant of The Lord and her faith was of the Mennonite Church for many years until finding comfort in the church of the 7th Day Adventist. She was educated in the Harrisburg School District and worked various jobs throughout her life. Emma Jane was a certified OIC trained television repair lady in the mid to late 60's, and repaired many neighbors' and friends' televisions out of service to the community. She found joy in learning various and new trades such as reading the stock market reports, home repair, collecting and selling rare stamps and books, and was a firm believer in "Do It Yourself" home repairs at her home. While she never drove a car, she would walk to any destination without hesitation. Her passions outside of the church included her daily reading of the newspaper, watching Old Western films, picnics, parades, Gospel concerts, and watching the shows 'The Price is Right' and 'Let's Make a Deal'. Of one of her favorite things to do was to travel with her children by train or bus to visit relatives in Philadelphia and see the Mummers parade. Those closest to her will always remember some of her favorite quotes being: "Ain't that awful?"; "Judge not, that ye not be judged."; "Act your age, not your shoe size."; or whenever something really bad happened "That's the devil."
Her legacy resides in, James Doub of North Carolina and Michael and Ruby Doub of Harrisburg, PA, as well as many grandchildren, great grandchildren, great, great grandchildren and extended family. Emma Jane will be deeply missed by her family and friends.