Ruby Wiggins


Ms. Ruby Wiggins, 71, of Bryan, passed away on July 24, 2015 at St. Joseph Regional Hospital in Bryan, Texas.  Visitation will be held on Friday, July 31, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. at Daniel and Son Funeral Home Chapel.  Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, August 1, 2015 at Greater Tabernacle Baptist Church, Bryan, Texas.  Interment will follow at Oakwood Cemetery in Bryan. 

     Ruby Wiggins was born September 5, 1943, the oldest of 13 children, to Joe Curtis Williams and Ora Lee Wiggins-Williams.  Ruby graduated from E. A. Kemp high school in 1962.  Afterwards, she attended Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas and Mackenzie Baldwin Business School, Bryan, Texas.  Ruby worked for consumers marketing (CMS) services and was certified as a cotton classifier in Abilene, Texas, later went to work for ASCS, now farm services, where she retired in 2000.  Ruby was united with Greater Tabernacle Baptist Church and baptised under the late pastor G.W. Williams.  As a member of Greater Tabernacle Baptist Church, Ruby sung in the choir, member of Mission #2, and Immediate Sunday School Teacher under the late Elder D. N. Jones. 

In March of 1991, Ruby united with Sovereign Grace Baptist Church, where Rev. Donald Williams was her pastor until her health started to fail her.

Ruby was preceded in death by her father, one brother Eddie Williams, and one son Byron Wiggins.  Her precious memories will be cherished by her son Brent Wiggins, daughter-in-law (Nikki), Six grandchildren:  Ja’Tarious Herndon, Brandi Wiggins, Brandon Wiggins, Quinton Richardson, Byron Wiggins Jr., Akeelah Wiggins, Two great-grandchildren: Ja’Kayden Richardson, Byron Wiggins III,  Five sisters, Six brothers and a host of other relatives and friends.

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Betty Robinson

July 29th, 2015



  1. Martha Austin says:

    With all our blessings, love, and prayers.

    Martha Austin, Steve Austin, And’ Lis Austin Cromeans, and Jeanie Austin Skinner

  2. Krystal Smith says:

    You were loved and will be greatly missed Aunt Ruby <3

  3. Wendellyn Sampson Rowl says:

    Gone but never forgotten…. Love Wendy Sampson Rowl

  4. Ronda Weston says:

    Ms. Ruby was a long-time and beloved employee of the US Department of Agriculture. Sharing thoughts and prayers with her family and loved ones.

  5. Carleen says:

    Praying for you, Pastor Williams, and your family.

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