Peggy McFerrin
March 21, 1926 -
January 16, 2016

Visitation

January 17, 2016
5 - 8 p.m.

Service 

January 18, 2016
10 a.m.

Interment

Obituary

Funeral service for Mrs. Peggy McFerrin, age 89, of Fayetteville, will be conducted Monday, January 18, 2016 at 10 a.m. at Higgins Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. McFerrin passed away Saturday, January 16, 2016 at the Donalson Care Center.

Mrs. McFerrin was a native of Seattle, WA, the daughter of the late Nyman E. and Marguerite Helland. She was the owner of Bill’s Pool Room on the Fayetteville Square, and Jiffy Mart, was a member of the Fayetteville ARP Church and an avid life master bridge player.

Survivors include her son Charles D. “Chuck” Toone of Nashville, TN, daughters Barbara (Jim) Biehler of Gallatin, TN, Lori T. (Stan) Golden of Fayetteville, step-daughter Nan Wiggins of Fayetteville, grandchildren Ryan Stanley Golden, Melissa (Bradley) Haynie, Lea (Tim) Richardson, Lyn (Mark) Cannon and 5 great grandchildren. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband William M. McFerrin, daughter Bunny Toone and brother Joseph C. Helland.

Visitation with the family will be Sunday from 5 until 8 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 470, Fayetteville, TN, the Fayetteville ARP Church, 1720 Huntsville Hwy., Fayetteville, TN 37334 or the Dystonia Society at dystonia.org.

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2 Comments

  1. Cassie Hillis

    Just now hearing this. She was a pleasure to take care. Truly a sweet person. Yalls family will be in my prayers.

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  2. Mike Mcferrin

    First of all let me apologize for not coming and expressing my heartfelt condolences in person. I made myself a promise when I buried my Dad in 1998 that I would never go inside another funeral home ever again. Not even when my time comes………

    I want to express my sadness to all of you at the passing of Aunt Peggy. She was so full of joy and laughter every time I saw her and that is one of the many things that I will remember about her. But first and foremost, I will always remember how she went to bed one night with a small family and by the time she went to bed the next night, her little family had grown into a crowd!! Unless you’ve experienced that, you will never know how difficult it truly is. Aunt Peggy did it with a style and grace that most people could only envy! I know this because I’ve done it twice! She welcomed us into her home and her life like we really belonged there, any time, day or night! I will never forget that!

    I will miss her and I pray that God has reserved a very special place for this lady and that I will be able to see the sparkle in her eyes and hear her laughter once again one day…..

    Goodbye for now, Aunt Peggy……rest now, you’ve earned it!

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2 Comments

  1. Cassie Hillis

    Just now hearing this. She was a pleasure to take care. Truly a sweet person. Yalls family will be in my prayers.

    Reply
  2. Mike Mcferrin

    First of all let me apologize for not coming and expressing my heartfelt condolences in person. I made myself a promise when I buried my Dad in 1998 that I would never go inside another funeral home ever again. Not even when my time comes………

    I want to express my sadness to all of you at the passing of Aunt Peggy. She was so full of joy and laughter every time I saw her and that is one of the many things that I will remember about her. But first and foremost, I will always remember how she went to bed one night with a small family and by the time she went to bed the next night, her little family had grown into a crowd!! Unless you’ve experienced that, you will never know how difficult it truly is. Aunt Peggy did it with a style and grace that most people could only envy! I know this because I’ve done it twice! She welcomed us into her home and her life like we really belonged there, any time, day or night! I will never forget that!

    I will miss her and I pray that God has reserved a very special place for this lady and that I will be able to see the sparkle in her eyes and hear her laughter once again one day…..

    Goodbye for now, Aunt Peggy……rest now, you’ve earned it!

    Reply

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