Emily Lynn Chancellor

May 10, 2011 ~ May 2, 2022

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After a long and courageous battle with leukemia, Emily Lynn Chancellor was welcomed into the loving arms of Jesus on May 2, 2022, at age 10 surrounded by her family.

Emily was born on May 10, 2011, to parents, Lorin (Langston) and Will Chancellor and looked up to her older sister, Caroline. Emily loved spending time with her sister and the two shared a special bond. Emily was known as a quiet, determined, and brave girl. Her favorite hobbies were grooming her horse Pete, cooking with her family, and enjoying the country life with her many cousins. Some of her cherished memories include trips to the beach and weekends at her grandparents’ lake house.

Emily was intelligent, kind, and strong. She was an excellent student and a wonderful friend to many. Emily loved caring for all types of animals, especially her dog Harley. She was an avid reader and was faithful to her daily devotions. Her love for Jesus was evident, her faith steadfast, and she maintained a peace and assurance of His love for her throughout her illness.

Emily is survived by her loving parents, Will and Lorin, her sister Caroline, her grandparents, Stephen and Linda Langston and Jay and Lori Chancellor. She also is survived by her great-grandmothers, Dorothy Langston, Annice Howard and Peggy Bledsoe (Johnny) and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

The family invites you to join them in honoring her memory at a celebration of life on May 7, 2022. A visitation will be held from 9:00-11:00 a.m. followed by a service at 11:00 a.m., both at First Baptist Church, Starkville, MS. Burial will be in Chancellor Family Cemetery at Deerbrook in Brooksville, MS.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN, https://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR/GiftFunds/GiftFunds?px=6713752&pg=personal&fr_id=39300

1 thought on “Emily Lynn Chancellor”

  1. Dear Chancellor family, one of the saddest things someone can experience is the death of a loved one. Did you know the Bible compares death to sleep? (Psalms 13:3) Just as a person who is asleep is unaware of what is happening around him, the dead are not conscious of anything. There is a promise of hope in the Bible. Our loving God has promised to awaken the dead, as if from sleep, and give them life again. Acts 24:15 says, “There is going to be a resurrection.” The bible offers comfort for those who are grieving and I hope this brings you comfort as well.


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