Arleen Pigott Obituary, Death – Arleen F. Pigott, who had reached the age of 86 at the time of her dying, was a resident of The Oaks at Braselton in Hoschton, Georgia, on the day that she passed away on November 5, 2022. When she passed away, Arleen F. Pigott was a resident of The Oaks at Braselton. She regarded the neighborhood of Tylertown in Mississippi, which is located in the state of Mississippi, to be her permanent residence.
She was born on the Sunday that occurred on the last day of the month of May in the year 1936 in the city of Tylertown, which is located in the state of Mississippi. The memorial service is planned to take place at some point in time that is not too far off in the foreseeable future. The Hartman Hughes Funeral Home, which was given the job of making the necessary preparations for the funeral, was successful in fulfilling those duties.
Mrs. Pigott was not only a very involved member of the Tylertown Baptist Church membership for a considerable amount of time, but she was also quite interested in the many activities that the church hosted throughout the years. In addition to that, Mrs. Arleen was an avid gardener. Her green thumb was second to none.
Her son Terry Pigott, her father Tellie Fortenberry, her mother Lela Fortenberry, her brother Louie Fortenberry, and her sisters Joan Owens and Marilyn Stinson all passed away before her. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Before she was born, both her grandmother Lela Fortenberry and her grandfather Tellie Fortenberry had already moved out of the family home.
Her surviving family members include her husband of 64 years, Charles Pigott, who resides in Tylertown, Mississippi; her daughter, Robin Helmstalter (and her husband, William), who resides in Braselton, Georgia; her granddaughter, Madeline Helmstalter, who resides in Landen, England; her brother, Billy Don Fortenberry (and his wife, Judy), who resides in Jackson, Mississippi; and her sister, Bonnie Grubbs, who resides in Tylertown, Mississippi. She was married Charles Pigott was her husband at the time. The following are among those who survive her: In addition to that, she was the one who was accountable for the