Patsy Lee Stallworth
From labor to reward. Take your rest now with our Savior and Lord
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Patsy Lee Stallworth was born on June 5, 1952, in Monroe County, Alabama. She is the daughter of William Jeff Wiggins and Clara Dickerson Wiggins of Tunnel Springs, Alabama. “Pat”, as she was affectionately known, was loved by many. Her kind heart and warm smile made her a joy to be around.
She is a 1971 graduate of the J. F. Shields. She provided for her family through honest means and was proud and happy to be a Homemaker. Although she had no children of her own, Pat raised her nephew, Derrick (Natasha) Parker of Montgomery, AL, as if he were a son, birthed by her, with love.
Patsy comes from a relatively small, close knit, family. She enjoyed her years growing up with them. She accepted Christ as her personal Savior. She united with the family church, Antioch Baptist Church #1 in Tunnel Springs, Alabama, and remained a member throughout her lifetime. On Wednesday, April 14, 2020, The Lord saw fit to call her Home. A former choir member, she served the Lord saw that it was time for her to take His hand.
She leaves to cherish her memory, a devoted friend: Daniel Crumpton of Monroeville, Alabama; one brother: Gerald (Janice) Wiggins of Tunnel Springs, Alabama; two sisters: Carlie (Robert ) Davis of Tunnel Springs, Alabama, and Edna (John) Powe of Moss Point, Mississippi; one aunt: Rosie Mobley of Monroeville, Alabama; one uncle: Thomas Moore of Mobile, Alabama; a host of loved nieces and nephews, relatives and many caring friends.
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