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CREOLA GAY PEDIGO, age 73 of Lafayette, TN passed away Thursday, April 29, 2010 at Westmoreland Care and Rehab. Funeral services for Creola Gay Pedigo were conducted Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 2 p.m. from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Elder Guthrie Thompson officiating. Carl Fishburn served as honorary pallbearer. Glen Pedigo, Marty Pedigo, Derek Pedigo, Brad Hood, Scott Pedigo, and Tim Hood served as active pallbearers.  Interment followed in the Macon County Memorial Gardens.

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She was born in Macon County, Tennessee on July 12, 1936 to the late James H. and Elsie Ammie Pirtle Pedigo. Besides her parents; one brother, Johnny William Pedigo also preceded her in death.
She was a homemaker that enjoyed crafts; quilting, needlepoint, and making necklaces kept her busy. Creola loved being with her family playing games like; Annie Over, thump-it, Domino’s, cards or putting together puzzles. She was very young at heart and enjoyed a lot of things we take for granted.  Pacesetters was home to her, she told everyone she was going to work and took it very seriously; Pacesetters helped Creola tremendously.  Her enjoyment was going out with the Pacesetters family to Wal-Mart and to get a hamburger and coke. But most of all Creola loved her church; she was saved by the Grace of God at the age of thirteen and joined New Zion Missionary Baptist Church, where she remained a member. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and all who knew her.
She is survived by; brother, Gordon Pedigo of Lafayette, TN, nieces, Jammie Hook,
Tonya “Nickie” Cliburn, and Michelle Sullivan, nephews, Marty Pedigo, Glen Pedigo,
and John Scott Pedigo, several great-nieces and great-nephews; also survive.