(nee Schulte), May 10, 1927 – September 25, 2023. Beloved wife of the late Wallace Roseman, former wife of the late Joseph Mikecin, loving mother of Christine (Rob) Garrison, Mary (Carl) Toler, Shelly (Brad) Neudecker, Terry (John) Vogt, Margie (Casey) Murphy, Joe (Lisa) Mikecin, Monica (Craig) Dinsmore and the late Mark Mikecin, proud grandmother of Beth, Katie, Carl, Claire, Sam, Patrick, Emily, Billy, Colleen, Maggie, Mark, Anna, Olivia and Paul, dear great-grandmother of six, dear mother-in-law, aunt and friend.
Emily was born in Jefferson City, Missouri on May 10, 1927, one of eight children born to Henry and Leona Schulte. She moved to St. Louis after the war and worked at the National Personnel Records Center. There she met her future husband, Joseph Mikecin. Joe and Emily were married in 1947 at St. Luke’s Church in Richmond Heights, Missouri, and together raised eight children: Mark, Chris, Mary, Shelly, Terry, Margie, Joe and Monica. Emily was a life-long learner who instilled in her children a love of reading and read the St. Louis Post Dispatch every day of her life. She enjoyed travel and visited many countries around the world including some exotic destinations such as Fiji and the Amazon rainforest. When her children went to college she learned right along with them, enrolling in Meramec Community College taking courses in Humanities and Creative Writing. Later in life, Emily married Wallace Roseman whom she met in the choir at Incarnate Word Church. She and Wally had a loving, fun life until his death in 1994. Emily led an active life, volunteering at Sisters of St. Peter Claver, and was a member of the Shrewsburians and The Missouri Walkers. She also enjoyed Jazzercise, cooking, the symphony, Cardinal baseball, animals, movies, babies, and going on any adventure with her family.
Services: Visitation and Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, September 30 at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, 17 Joy Ave., Webster Groves, MO. Visitation at 10:30 a.m. with the Mass to follow at 11 a.m. Interment at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Emily’s memory may be made to St. Louis Crisis Nursery www.crisisnurserykids.org or a charity of your choice.