Ms. Peggy Ann Haislip Mitchell
August 31, 1934 -
March 5, 2018

Visitation

March 7, 2018
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Service 

March 8, 2018
3:00 PM

Interment

Obituary

Funeral service for Ms. Peggy Ann Haislip Mitchell, age 83, of Fayetteville, will be conducted at 3 PM on Thursday, March 8, 2018 at Washington Street Church of Christ with Bro. Jim Black and Bro. Tom Riley officiating. Burial will follow beside her husband John Douglas Mitchell in Riverview Memorial Gardens.

Ms. Peggy was born on August 31, 1934 in Lincoln County, Tennessee to the late Willie Austin and Josie Brewer Haislip. She was a member of the Washington Street Church of Christ, where she served as church secretary for over 35 years. Ms. Peggy enjoyed gardening, cooking, UT Lady Vols basketball and playing games with grand kids. Ms. Mitchell passed away on March 5, 2018 at Huntsville Hospital.

Survivors include her daughters, Cindy (Alec) Mingle of Smyrna, TN and Christie (Jon) Atkins of Rome, GA; grandchildren, Tyler (April) Mingle, Jonathan Douglas Atkins and Leslie Ellen Atkins. In addition to her parents and husband, Peggy was preceded in death by her brothers, Samuel, Morgan and Madison Haislip; and sisters, Laurine McKinney, Dolen Smith, Catherine Beddingfield, Hassel Clark and Myrtice Haislip.

The family would like to thank Ms. Peggy’s church family, her loving nieces and nephews, Dr. Ricky McCauley and Billie Logan for all their love and support.

Visitation with the family will be from 4 PM until 7 PM on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at Higgins Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations to a charity of your choice.

Higgins Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family of Ms. Peggy Ann Haislip Mitchell.

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13 Comments

  1. Ronda Moyers

    I remember Mrs Peggy was so very nice when I was growing up as their next door neighbor on Morningside Drive. Just wasn’t the same when y’all moved. So very sorry to hear of her passing. Prayers to the family.

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  2. Jim and Jill Roark

    We only got to know Ms. Peggy two years ago after joining the Washington St. church of Christ. But in that short time, we grew to love Ms. Peggy just as so many other members of the church had done. As an always smiling, always appreciative and always a faithful Christian lady, she will be greatly missed.

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  3. Daniel Eldridge

    We have lost a wonderful lady. Mrs. Peggy served God and His people so well for many, many years. She will be missed by so many, but we rejoice that she is with the Father!

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  4. Ann Ramsey Hopkins

    So sorry to hear about Peggy. She was so kind to mother (Mildred Ramsey).

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  5. Tom Riley

    Words cannot adequately express the value she was to my ministry while in Fayetteville and the real blessing she was to the entire congregation and the work of Christ at large. She is irreplaceable in my estimate.

    Thank you, Lord, for such a faithful servant as Ms. Peggy. And thank you for allowing me the privilege of working alongside her for Your glory. In Christ. Amen.

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  6. Rexine Pigg

    Ms. Peggy was the same every time you saw her with a smile for everyone & love in her heart. There was always something that made her unforgettable – a combination of attractiveness & Godliness. She is no doubt rejoicing to be with our Lord to receive her reward for a life well lived! My prayers go to you the family as you say goodbye to her in this life. May we all strive to follow her example and be the best person we can be, loving one another. 🙂

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  7. Sue Welch

    So sorry for your loss
    Ms Peggy always had a smile!

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  8. JANET S LINDSAY/BOB LINDSAY

    your family is in our prayers!
    Janet and Bob Lindsay

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  9. Lynn Cox

    What a sweet and kind person Mrs. Mitchell was. She was a gentle spirit and raised great children and beloved grandchildren. She led a life well lived!
    Sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for you all.

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  10. Linda Gentle

    We will miss her sweet, kind, and loving smile. Loved and admired her dearly.

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  11. Kay Brewer

    She was always a nice lady.

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  12. Kay Brewer

    She was always a nice lady.

    Reply
  13. Lesa McAlister Hodge

    Cindy & Christie, I cannot begin to tell you how sorry I am at the loss of your wonderful Mom. She was one of the kindest and sweetest women I have ever had the pleasure to know. I am certain that y’all will miss her tremendously. She was a great, great lady. Love & miss you both – Leeeee

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Memories

13 Comments

  1. Ronda Moyers

    I remember Mrs Peggy was so very nice when I was growing up as their next door neighbor on Morningside Drive. Just wasn’t the same when y’all moved. So very sorry to hear of her passing. Prayers to the family.

    Reply
  2. Jim and Jill Roark

    We only got to know Ms. Peggy two years ago after joining the Washington St. church of Christ. But in that short time, we grew to love Ms. Peggy just as so many other members of the church had done. As an always smiling, always appreciative and always a faithful Christian lady, she will be greatly missed.

    Reply
  3. Daniel Eldridge

    We have lost a wonderful lady. Mrs. Peggy served God and His people so well for many, many years. She will be missed by so many, but we rejoice that she is with the Father!

    Reply
  4. Ann Ramsey Hopkins

    So sorry to hear about Peggy. She was so kind to mother (Mildred Ramsey).

    Reply
  5. Tom Riley

    Words cannot adequately express the value she was to my ministry while in Fayetteville and the real blessing she was to the entire congregation and the work of Christ at large. She is irreplaceable in my estimate.

    Thank you, Lord, for such a faithful servant as Ms. Peggy. And thank you for allowing me the privilege of working alongside her for Your glory. In Christ. Amen.

    Reply
  6. Rexine Pigg

    Ms. Peggy was the same every time you saw her with a smile for everyone & love in her heart. There was always something that made her unforgettable – a combination of attractiveness & Godliness. She is no doubt rejoicing to be with our Lord to receive her reward for a life well lived! My prayers go to you the family as you say goodbye to her in this life. May we all strive to follow her example and be the best person we can be, loving one another. 🙂

    Reply
  7. Sue Welch

    So sorry for your loss
    Ms Peggy always had a smile!

    Reply
  8. JANET S LINDSAY/BOB LINDSAY

    your family is in our prayers!
    Janet and Bob Lindsay

    Reply
  9. Lynn Cox

    What a sweet and kind person Mrs. Mitchell was. She was a gentle spirit and raised great children and beloved grandchildren. She led a life well lived!
    Sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for you all.

    Reply
  10. Linda Gentle

    We will miss her sweet, kind, and loving smile. Loved and admired her dearly.

    Reply
  11. Kay Brewer

    She was always a nice lady.

    Reply
  12. Kay Brewer

    She was always a nice lady.

    Reply
  13. Lesa McAlister Hodge

    Cindy & Christie, I cannot begin to tell you how sorry I am at the loss of your wonderful Mom. She was one of the kindest and sweetest women I have ever had the pleasure to know. I am certain that y’all will miss her tremendously. She was a great, great lady. Love & miss you both – Leeeee

    Reply

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