Emma Faye Legg age 87 of Knoxville, lost her battle to Lymphoma on January 22, 2022, as she passed away with family by her side. She is now residing with her Lord and Savior and was greeted anxiously by her husband Ken, of 60 years. She will be remembered as the most loving and generous wife, mother, and grandmother to her family, always putting others’ needs before her own. Her contagious smile and bright blue eyes could light up a room. She was committed to her craft and devoted to her trade, working at Camper’s Corner until her retirement at 80. She enjoyed traveling, camping, and the adventure of the outdoors. Her spontaneous personality and hunger for adventure provided her with a life full of stories and memories that could fill books for a lifetime. She was a beacon of light for anyone that she met and we are forever thankful for her impact on our lives. Preceding her in this journey was her loving husband, Kenneth Legg, parents Charlie and Zollie Hubbs, siblings Cornelius “Buddy” Hubbs, Eva Headrick, and Grovette Taylor. She is survived by her loving daughter, Sandra Craig (Rocky Maddron). Grandson, Shelby (Jennifer) Craig, and the great-grandchildren she cherished, Addison, Avery, and Bella Craig. In addition, her sister Dorris Witt and a host of nieces and nephews. Receiving of friends will be from 12-1:30 pm on Thursday, January 27, 2022 at Mynatt Funeral Home in Fountain City. The Funeral will follow with Rev. Shelby Craig and Rev. David Cardwell officiating; family and friends will then proceed to the graveside at Roseberry Cemetery.