Bobbie Wiginton

bobbie wiginton
Bobbie Wiginton of Springville, Tennessee passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 16, 2022, surrounded by loved ones. Born November 28, 1938, in Ira, West Virginia she was the daughter of the late Lena Lenora Burton and Lyman Argabrite. She enjoyed spending time in her yard, sitting on her porch and fussing over her cats which she adored. She also loved playing the lotto and wishing for the millions. She leaves behind her son Jim Wiginton, grandson Garrett Wiginton, granddaughter Katrina Carlson and a total of seven great grandchildren. She also leaves behind one sister Linda Bannon, caregiver and niece Charlotte Meyer, special friends David and Carol Reeves as well as many nieces and nephews who loved her. She is preceded in death by her sons Richard and Johnny Wiginton, brothers Gary Osborne, Ricky Burton, Michael Burton and sisters Pat Mayer and Betty Collins. A memorial gathering will be set up at a later date in the spring to celebrate her life. Gone but not forgotten. Arrangements in the care of Compassion Funeral & Cremation Services, 6949 Charlotte Pike, Suite 104 Nashville, TN (615) 857-9955. We proudly remain locally owned & operated.

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  1. Aunt Bobbie, thank you so much for always being there for me. I will miss you so much and will miss all our conversations. I know that you’re in a happy place now with all our family members who passed before you. I know now that you are free of pain. Fly high sweet angel. Missing you here on earth. All my love forever!

  2. Hi my name is Patti Bobbie and I worked at Grohe for many years when she retired and moved we stayed in touch.she was one very vocal person when she had something to say boy she said it, the one thing we always talked about were cat’s she loved all animals she was a great person and had that gift to gab. Rest in peace 🙏 my friend. PATTI

  3. To the family I’m so sorry for your loss. She was our neighbor in Belvidere Il. She loved her cat even though it cut her hand so bad . So was a very loving lady. I had lost her address for all of these years and just found it today. Hugs to her in heaven. Lois and Brad Price

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