Emma Grace Albritton, 19, of Fort Pierce, FL went to her eternal home in Heaven on Tuesday, October 18th. She was born at Martin Memorial hospital in Stuart, FL on February 23, 2003, to Eric and Tanya Albritton. She was a lifelong resident of Fort Pierce, FL. She graduated from Liberty Baptist Academy in 2021. She was a member of Martin County Baptist Church.
Emma was in her sophomore year at Indian River State College studying for a Biology Pre-Professional degree. Her goal was to be a Physical Therapist specializing in sports medicine. She loved her job as the office manager of Southern Salt Therapies in Port St. Lucie. Emma had a passion for life. She loved BIG. She accepted Jesus as her personal Savior at age five and she let His light shine through her.
Emma is survived by her parents, Eric and Tanya Albritton; her sister, Caitlyn (Catie) Albritton; and her cousin who was like a sister, Megan Greene; as well as many aunts and uncles and friends who mourn her.
Emma’s celebration of life will be held at Liberty Baptist church in Fort Pierce. Please contact 772-999-5547 for service details. In usual Emma fashion she was even planning her celebration of life. She said she lived her life in color and that’s how she wants it celebrated- no black. Arrangements are under the direction of Millennium Cremation Service. www.millenniumcremationservice.com.
Emma was passionate about many things. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to one or more of these causes that were dear to her heart.
⁃ The Hands and Feet – www.handsandfeetfl.com (support abused and neglected children entering foster care in South Florida)
⁃ Neighbor to Family, Inc – Treasure Coast – www.neighbortofamily.org (foster care that keeps siblings together, serves children and families in crisis)
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