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Eartha M. Brown Taylor Wiggins, the oldest daughter of the late Wearing and Lue Bertha Deas Brown entered into this world April 25th 1924. She was brought up in Sumter County and the Dalzell community. She attended the Joshua Elementary School from first through 8th grade. She also attended the Ebenezer High School for two years. Eartha made a vow to the Lord, August 1940 and became a member of the Joshua Baptist Church. Eartha served on the usher board and second Junior choir. 1941 Eartha entered into marriage to the late Daniel Taylor Jr. They made two decisions to make Washington DC their home and to join Bible Way Baptist Church. The year 1942, God blessed this Union with a beautiful baby girl. Bertha Taylor Tucker. After seven years of living in Washington DC, Eartha returned to Dalzell SC. Where she resided for two and a half years. Eartha loved South Carolina. Couldn't make a living doing farm work so it was decision-making time again. In 1951 Eartha moved to Scotch Plains, New Jersey. Eartha was first employed at Dura Batteries for seven years. Then she made a move for the better at RCA Radio Corp of America. Harrison, NJ, where she remained for twenty years. The year of 1970 Eartha met William Clinton Wiggins. They enter into marriage March 18, 1972. Eartha’s life was blessed with an extended family. One son William F. Wiggins and two beautiful daughters Mary (Liz) Wiggins Jenkins and Eleise (Lisa) Wiggins Hudson. The family resided in the town of Linden, NJ. While living in New Jersey, the family joined worked and worshipped at the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Scotch Plains, New Jersey under the late Reverend William Moore and the late Reverend Walter G. Haley. In 1977, we returned to South Carolina. The family joined Eartha’s home Church Joshua Baptist Church. Eartha worked with the Missionary Ministry, the Trustee and Trustee Wives Ministry. She was a member of the Senior Choir where she also served as Secretary. She was also a member of the First Sunday Choir plus many other Ministries, where she remained until her health began to fail. Eartha attended Sunday School and loved Bible Study. Her motto was, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Eartha leave to cherish her memory: one son, William Francis Wiggins of Townsend, Delaware; three daughter,s Bertha Taylor Tucker of Elgin, SC., Mary Wiggins (John) Jenkins of Camden, SC and Eleise Wiggins (Jeffrey) Hudson of Elgin, SC; one brother, John L. (Josephine) Brown of Newport, Rhode Island; one sister, Bertha Brown Germin of Queens, NY; extended sisters, Diane (Jeff Jefferson) of South Carolina, Mary Sue Dennis of New York; two brothers, Roosevelt (Selena Deas) of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Deas of Newport News, In accordance with the COVID-19 guidelines, the family is requesting that face masks and social distancing be observed by relatives and friends during visitation at the home, 7245 Old Boykin Mill Road, Rembert. The Remains will be placed in the church at 1:00 p. for viewing until time of service. Funeral services will be held 2:00 p. m., Saturday, April 13, 2024 at Joshua Baptist Church, 5200 Live Oak Road, Rembert, with the Rev. Eugene G. Dennis, Pastor, Eulogist and Rev. William Jefferson, Presiding. The procession will leave the home at 1:20 p. m. Burial will be in the Joshua Baptist Church Yard Cemetery.

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