Be True to Yourself
  • 83 years old
  • Born on January 2, 1928 .
  • Passed away on May 23, 2011 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Wesley Emmons 83 years old , born on January 2, 1928 and passed away on May 23, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Martin Brown on March 20, 2019
Another year, Wes, and I still think often how bright is my memory of you and the good times I enjoyed with you and Ellen and the boys. I still cherish
every day the examples of your craft when I snap on my belt and close it
with my Emmons belt buckle and of course your handsome ring is on my finger always as a reminder of you. Martin
Posted by Rod Mazzoli on March 19, 2019
Back in the late 1960s I was wondering around Philadelphia and found Wesley’s silver store. I was probably 18 and loved his work and took a liking to Wesley. I made numerous trips to Philadelphia by bus and train from my home in south jersey and decided to buy two of his silver rings , one for my girlfriend and for myself. I finally saved enough money and bought them. I married my girlfriend and unfortunately lost her but I still have my Wesley Emmons silver ring. I wonder if she still has hers? Wesley was a special person! Thanks Wesley
Posted by Martin Brown on October 25, 2018
Wes, Ellen and the boys are still remembered as very dear friends.
         Martin Brown
Posted by Martin Brown on May 24, 2017
I miss you as much as ever Wes.  I remember with a smile the
time I was spending a month in Paris and I was strolling down a little side street. Suddenly I heard your voice calling me and there you were
out for your daily run !!!
Posted by Claude Vurtis on May 23, 2017
Love to Wesley. Heath and happiness to Ellen.
Posted by Martin Brown on January 2, 2016
Wes is gone, but certainly not forgotten. Every time his name is
mentioned fond memories of his smiling face and great personality
are brought to mind. I cherish my friendship with him, Ellen, and
Wes and Hoyt.
Posted by Tony Kerry on September 30, 2015
I had the greatest privilege to meet both Wes and his son Hoyt at the Harvey Hadden 6 day Races in the UK. A man who's heart and kindness surpassed all others and my thoughts go out to all his family
Posted by Claude Vurtis on July 9, 2015
Love was always the atmosphere in the house on S. 16th Street and full of mystery as collections of different things were toolsf the magician Wesley Emmons. and his beautiful fairy Ellen. It's will never ever live that special place in my heart which I design by them. Ellen and Wesley are our American Heritage of best Loving and Beloved people. Forever remembered.
Posted by Martin Brown on May 23, 2015
I sure miss this great guy. Always smiling with something nice
to say. His artistic talents were great and I have many examples
which I enjoy every day. My best to his loving family.
Posted by Martin Brown on January 2, 2013
To Ellen, Wes and Hoyt,

  Wes is still in my memory and heart as a great friend
Posted by Walter Waugaman on January 2, 2012
Happy Birthday Wesley! We miss you at Curtis!
Posted by Wesley Emmons on May 31, 2011
thanks for being there for me over the years, dad, watching me grow, patiently watching me run, massaging my calves at night when they would cramp, letting me find my own path, and for teaching me how to "THIMP" (think).
Posted by Ernest Salandria on May 28, 2011
We will all miss the Mayor of 16th Street...............Ernest Salandria
Posted by Martin Brown on May 28, 2011
Dear Ellen and Boys,
 It has been a great pleasure for me to have known
Wes and his family for so many years. Wes was always
so pleasant and fun to be with. Rita and I especially
enjoyed the Christmas Eve gatherings each year.
Posted by Natalie Nicole on May 28, 2011
While growing up, visiting my grandparents house was like entering a fairytale. We were encouraged to use our imagination, & use resources around the house for entertainment. My grandfather always smiled & looked on. Thank you for your encouragement
Posted by H Emmons on May 26, 2011
We love you - thanks for being such an important part of our lifes - thanks for being my Dad. - Hoyt
Posted by Arleen Pajic on May 26, 2011
Ellen & Family,

We will certainly miss Wesley coming to Eisenhower Fellowships. He always put a smile on our face. We just loved to see him. We will miss his smile. - Arleen Pajic
Posted by Glenn StCoeur on May 26, 2011
Dear Ellen - I will always think of Wesley as I walk down 16th St. - THE MAYOR! What a pleasure to stop by and chat with him every time - always finding something nice to say about the day . . . Peace & Love - Glenn StCoeur, The Prime Rib

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