Emma Charlene Ramage Caldwell, 61, of Claysville, Pa. died at 6:15 p.m., Saturday, January 4, 2014 in her home after battling a cancer related illness for the past several months.She was born February 14, 1952 in Washington, Pa. a daughter of the late Daunice Louise Clutter Ramage and Frank Linville Ramage of Claysville, and had been a resident of the Claysville area all her life.Ms. Caldwell was a member of the Claysville Christian Church and a 1970 graduate of McGuffey High School.She was employed as a secretary by Dependable Electric Company in Washington for over 25 years prior to retiring in 2012.Ms. Caldwell was an avid horse lover, and was a founder and charter member of the former Bits Boots Horse Pony 4-H Club in Claysville. A former leader with the Silver Bits 4-H Club in Washington, and a member of the Washington County and Pa. Draft Horse and Mule Associations.She also raised and showed Quarter Horses and Belgian Draft Horses and was a life-long exhibitor at the Washington County Fair and many fairs in the tri-state area.Surviving in addition to her father, are two daughters, Shelly, wife of Greg Woods of Claysville and Rend'ee Leech of Elm Grove, W.Va.; a son Judd Caldwell, companion of Audra, of Claysville; a granddaughter, Karae, wife of Sam Avolia; a great grandson, Dakohta Avolia; three sisters, Mary Hrobak of Warren, Ohio, Phyllis, wife of Donald Ryburn of Washington and Janice Buckingham of Claysville.Deceased in addition to her mother are a son-in-law, Brian Leech; two brothers-in-law, Albert Hrobak and Phillip Buckingham.