Emily McKissack Death – Dead, Obituary, Funeral, Cause Of Death, Passed Away: I just got word that Emily McKissack died. She was in SGA and she was one of my Diamond Girls. I don’t have any details right now, but I am heartbroken over this. Hug your people today, make that phone call, but more important than anything, make sure you have a relationship with Jesus. Life is shorter than you think. Call me or text me if you need to talk about it…I need to see all of you people when I get to Heaven!
It is with a heavy heart and deepest condolences that we announce the death of Emily McKissack, through social media posts posted to Twitter on April 8th, 2021.
InsideEko is yet to confirm Emily McKissack’s cause of death as no health issues, accident or other causes of death have been learned to be associated with the passing.
This death has caused a lot of friends and family of McKissack so much hurt. It is in that mourning spirit that the concerned persons have taken to social media to share tributes to the deceased and condolences to the affected family.
Tributes To Emily McKissack
Across social media users’ timelines are statements that show respect, admiration, and gratitude towards McKissack as people mourn the passing.
I don’t really even know how to gather my thoughts.
I am so heartbroken.
You were the very first friend I made in a very strange and scary place. Somehow you made me feel right at home the moment we met.
We made some of the best memories at our time together at JCJC
We shared everything. You probabaly stayed in our room more than your own room.
You always gave the best hugs.
You were the shoulder I cried on..a lot.
You were the friend who stayed by my side when my world fell apart, and even when I made not so good decisions..you were always there.
I will miss you more than I know how to say emkay.
I love you
Emily Elizabeth McKissack
This is a post I never thought I’d have to make.
I don’t know where to start and there is so much to say about you. My heart is broken.
Emily Elizabeth McKissack
You were my best friend, my person, and my other sister for soo long. I moved next door to you in the 6th grade. The day we closed on the house you wrote me a note that said “hey neighbor”. When you came over to my house for the first time, you just fit right in. My parents loved you so much. They treated you like one of us. They even kept your favorite food/drinks stocked up for when you came over.you made my mom make you cheese toast everytime you came.. no matter what time it was. We went on family vacations together and just a few years ago, I experienced Disney with you for the 1st time! Growing up, If you weren’t at my house, I was at yours. Our parents literally took shifts with us pretty much. we would call each other everyday and say “meet me at the pole” ( the water line between our houses). When we got old enough to drive, we would drive to each other’s house. Our parents would get soo mad and they didn’t understand why we couldn’t just walk like we had done for years. We got older, we finished high school, we went to Jones together and then we sorted drifted apart for a while, but we would still see each other from time to time and talk to each other regularly. Your mom and dad sold there house a few years back… I remember how mad you were. You messaged me and said “ now we can’t live beside each other anymore” – we were grown. Lately our visits consisted of homework and research paper dates. You were soo excited about your future in criminal justice. I could finally see you happy about a career path you had chosen. Everytime after I’d leave your place, you’d text me and say “thank you so much for being a good friend, you’ll always be my best friend”. This past Christmas, you got me a bracket and told me to think of you everytime I wear it. I know we weren’t as close as we use to be, but I hope you know, I would have done anything in the world for you, Em. I love you forever and I’ll miss you forever. I’m so thankful for the times we shared and the memories we made- no matter how crazy some of them were. RIP my sweet friend. There will truly never be another like you.
I so thankful we found the need to take pictures together all the time.
People, hold your loved one close. You never know when will be the last time you see someone
Please pray for her mom and dad. I can’t even imagine the pain that they feel
I loved her. She was one of my best friends. I still can’t believe she is gone. It feels like a never-ending nightmare.
Emily Elizabeth McKissack
was a beautiful, kind, loving soul. She was supposed to visit me again this summer. We were supposed to see each other again. I find myself talking to her but it hurts to not hear her talk back. I will miss every single piece of this girl. She meant the world to me and I just can’t believe she is gone. I don’t usually post these things but Emily was so important to me. So important.
She wasn’t just my best friend, she was like a sister to me. She was my bridesmaid, she was my shoulder to cry on and more. I will never forget every single moment with her. She was an angel, and now she is home, where she belongs.
I love you so much, Emily. I hope you knew that.
Also Emily took all of our photos and if you have anyway to send them to me, I would love that. Any way to remember her would be amazing.
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