Mary Ann Street Wiggins

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March 18, 1930 ~ September 5, 2022

Born in: Stone Mountain, Georgia
Resided in: Snellville, Georgia

Mary Ann Wiggins, age 92 of Stone Mountain, Georgia passed away September 5, 2022.

She enjoyed yard sales, antiquing, and shopping in general. She had a sweet tooth and loved coconut cake. She also enjoyed road trips but above all loved her Savior, Jesus Christ.

Mary Ann is preceded in death by parents J. Thurman Street, Omar Ruth Street; sister Betty Katherine Street; brother James David Street; grandson Steven McMillian and infant son Denzel. She is survived by her daughters, Carolyn Wise (Sam), Karen Hardy, Ann Batton (Jeff); sister Sarah Langley; grandchildren David McMillian (Kim), Nicole Marion (Jonathan), Courtney Norris (Jeremy), Claire Batton, Abigail Batton and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.


Visitation: September 9, 2022 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel
1040 Main Street
Stone Mountain, GA 30083


Graveside Service: September 9, 2022 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Stone Mountain Cemetery
1025 Silver Hill Rd
Stone Mountain, GA 30086

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  1. CandleImageMy sincerest condolences and continued prayers for the family. Mama Wiggins will truly be missed but never forgotten.

    • Connie, thank you. She would always tell me, “I just love Connie, you know she’s a sweet person…yeah that Connie she’s a sweet person”. Just by the things that you would tell me y’all talked about I know she opened up and enjoyed your visits. I know in many ways you were just doing your job, but believe me it was much more than that to her.

  2. CandleImageMs Mary was a wonderful person she was my little light we met each other in 2009 and I have enjoyed being a part of her life and having her in mines she made me laugh alot I still think on us sitting at her kitchen table talking about everything Ms. Mary showed me what it looks like to have just a grain of a mustard seed of faith in God I will our weekly Tuesday drives to ross, goodwill, walmart and Publix I saw her in everyway possible her strength, her vulnerability, her stubbornness, her anger, her disappointment, her care and concerns. With her I got to learn how to love someone for who they were and not how I expect them to be. We had many spiritual conversations she always said Kat when I pray to God for something I expect Him to do right then and we would laugh I have thank God many times over for her being in my life I just wanted to make her feel special and in doing so God continues to bless my life now she is gone but not forgotten this moment with her probably was my test from God and I sincerely hope I pass as we would always say at the end of our conversations she would say I love you Kat and I would say I love you too Ms. Mary

    • Oh Kat, that is a wonderful testament of yours and momma’s time together. She spoke about your adventures together a lot and I know she loved you dearly. I am so glad she had such a great friend in you and you in her. Thank you so much for being in her life.

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