Carol Ann Pigg
March 6, 1940 -
March 8, 2015

Visitation

March 10, 2015
5-8 PM

Service 

March 11, 2015
11 AM

Interment

Obituary

Funeral service for Carol Ann Pigg, age 75, of Fayetteville, will be conducted Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 11 a.m. at Higgins Funeral Home with Bro. Don Hackney officiating. Burial will follow in Rowland Hills Cemetery. Mrs. Pigg passed away Sunday at Huntsville Hospital.
Mrs. Pigg was a native of Lincoln County, the daughter of Wilma Eloise Roland Pigg and the late Guy Pigg. She retired from the Redstone Arsenal and also worked at Wal-Mart and was a member of the Harmony Hill Church of God.
Survivors include her daughter Lisa Johnson and husband Adam of Fayetteville and her mother Wilma Eloise Roland Pigg of Fayetteville.
Visitation with the family will be Tuesday evening, March 10, 2015 from 5 until 8 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home.

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5 Comments

  1. Rexine Pigg Jonathan Edwin (Jock) Pigg

    Phillip & Carol Ann were best buds as many first cousins are. They saw times change thru the years but family was always a constant blessing to them. Her Dad Guy Pigg & James Pigg were close brothers. Carol Ann was so much like her Dad with a mischievous wit about her that won her many friends. Whoever she met it was instant admiration. Her Church was a big part of her life and she adored her daughter, Lisa. You would often see her out with her close friends sharing meals & always smiling having good times. She always worked on the reunion of Elk Cotton Mill, her parents’ lifetime workplace which was near and dear to her heart. After logging all those miles and her years of employment with Redstone Arsenal she retired and worked at Walmart. Since then she has been seeing to her amazing Mother Aunt Wilma, a resident of Donalson Assisted living. Our loss is Heaven’s gain now that she has passed.

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  2. Judy Jacobs Manning

    Ms. Wilma and Lisa

    So sorry to hear of Carol’s passing.
    She and my sister Ann were close friends during high school and I would get to tag along at times. I remember a big bucket of peanuts her Dad had raised that we would snack on also remember the pet skunk, a lot of fun with her and her family. Ann is in a nursing home and I told her that I had sent Carol a birthday wish now I will have to tell her of Carol’s passing.

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  3. Debbie Pennington

    We will miss Carl Ann Pigg . she a beautiful angel to us all and great stepmother to me She also gave me a sister,Lisa.rest in peace you beautiful lady..

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  4. Tammy Fulford

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Pigg and Syler families. Miss Pigg was a good friend and could always make you laugh. She will be greatly missed. I am glad that I had the opportunity to know she and her close friends.

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  5. Ann Hopkins

    So sorry. Have so many good memories.

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5 Comments

  1. Rexine Pigg Jonathan Edwin (Jock) Pigg

    Phillip & Carol Ann were best buds as many first cousins are. They saw times change thru the years but family was always a constant blessing to them. Her Dad Guy Pigg & James Pigg were close brothers. Carol Ann was so much like her Dad with a mischievous wit about her that won her many friends. Whoever she met it was instant admiration. Her Church was a big part of her life and she adored her daughter, Lisa. You would often see her out with her close friends sharing meals & always smiling having good times. She always worked on the reunion of Elk Cotton Mill, her parents’ lifetime workplace which was near and dear to her heart. After logging all those miles and her years of employment with Redstone Arsenal she retired and worked at Walmart. Since then she has been seeing to her amazing Mother Aunt Wilma, a resident of Donalson Assisted living. Our loss is Heaven’s gain now that she has passed.

    Reply
  2. Judy Jacobs Manning

    Ms. Wilma and Lisa

    So sorry to hear of Carol’s passing.
    She and my sister Ann were close friends during high school and I would get to tag along at times. I remember a big bucket of peanuts her Dad had raised that we would snack on also remember the pet skunk, a lot of fun with her and her family. Ann is in a nursing home and I told her that I had sent Carol a birthday wish now I will have to tell her of Carol’s passing.

    Reply
  3. Debbie Pennington

    We will miss Carl Ann Pigg . she a beautiful angel to us all and great stepmother to me She also gave me a sister,Lisa.rest in peace you beautiful lady..

    Reply
  4. Tammy Fulford

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Pigg and Syler families. Miss Pigg was a good friend and could always make you laugh. She will be greatly missed. I am glad that I had the opportunity to know she and her close friends.

    Reply
  5. Ann Hopkins

    So sorry. Have so many good memories.

    Reply

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