Ada Euginua Faulkner
November 25, 1927 -
May 30, 2014

Visitation

June 1, 2014
5-8PM

Service 

June 2, 2014
2PM

Interment

Obituary

Funeral services for Ada Euginua Faulkner age 86 formerly of Fayetteville will be conducted Monday at 2PM at Higgins Funeral Home.  Burial will follow in Booneville Cemetery beside her husband Don Ashby Faulkner.  Mrs. Faulkner passed away Friday at her residence in Huntsville.

A native of Lincoln County, she was the daughter of the late Ferris and Marie Bobo Winsett.  She was retired from Redstone Arsenal and was a member of the Wells Hill Church of Christ.

Survivors include her children, Annie Marie Faulkner Smith, Don Tracy Faulkner and Tina Faulkner Coggin, grandchildren Kent Smith, Kristie Harmon, Frank Brandon Faulkner, Josh Collin Faulkner, Jessica Faulkner, Thomas Brindley Coggin III, and James Collier Coggin, sister Ruby Tipps and twelve great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son James David Faulkner and daughter Donna Ray Faulkner

Visitation with the family will be Sunday 5-8PM at Higgins Funeral Home.  In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the American Red Cross.

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  1. Peggy Bevels

    Sending my deepest sympathy. Praying for comfort for you during this difficult time.
    Peggy

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  2. Meryl

    Jesus spoke of a time when “all those in the memorial tombs” would “come out” to renewed life in a paradise earth.—John 5:28, 29; Luke 23:43. True, that glowing hope does not take all the tragedy out of death. Jesus himself broke down and cried over the death of his friend Lazarus—and that was just minutes before he resurrected him! At least, then, death is not always final. Jesus and his Father, both hate death. The Bible calls death “the last enemy” and says that it will “be brought to nothing.” (1 Corinthians 15:26) In the coming Paradise, when Satan’s rule is a thing of the past, death will be gone forever. Its innocent victims will be reclaimed by the resurrection. Then, we will at last be able to say, ‘Death, where is your sting?’—Hosea 13:14. I am very sorry for your loss. May God’s Word seek to comfort you and your family. Sincerely, Meryl

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2 Comments

  1. Peggy Bevels

    Sending my deepest sympathy. Praying for comfort for you during this difficult time.
    Peggy

    Reply
  2. Meryl

    Jesus spoke of a time when “all those in the memorial tombs” would “come out” to renewed life in a paradise earth.—John 5:28, 29; Luke 23:43. True, that glowing hope does not take all the tragedy out of death. Jesus himself broke down and cried over the death of his friend Lazarus—and that was just minutes before he resurrected him! At least, then, death is not always final. Jesus and his Father, both hate death. The Bible calls death “the last enemy” and says that it will “be brought to nothing.” (1 Corinthians 15:26) In the coming Paradise, when Satan’s rule is a thing of the past, death will be gone forever. Its innocent victims will be reclaimed by the resurrection. Then, we will at last be able to say, ‘Death, where is your sting?’—Hosea 13:14. I am very sorry for your loss. May God’s Word seek to comfort you and your family. Sincerely, Meryl

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