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Mrs. Amy Ruth Tuggle Cosby
Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.

Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.


In Loving Memory


Mrs. Amy Ruth Tuggle Cosby

June 7, 1931 ~ Febrauary 10, 2015

Saturday, February 14, 2015

One O'clcok P.M.

Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church

2051 Henderson Mill Road

Covington, Georgia 30014

Reverend Tyrone D. Lane, Pastor, Eulogist

Reverend Cynthia Marks, Officiating

     Mrs. Amy Ruth Tuggle Cosby was born June 7, 1931 to the late Mr. & Mrs. Willie (Ruby Barron) Tuggle in Covington, Georgia, where she was raised and educated. She was the oldest of two lovely girls.

     Amy had a sweet, gentle and caring spirit, a quiet personality and a good sense of humor. She was an avid gardener. She loved flowers and working in her yard. During her spare time she enjoyed reading the newspaper from cover to cover, watching "All My Children" and the " 6 O'clock news", cooking and being with her family. She will be greatly missed. She was preceded in death by, step daughter, Mrs. Maxine Cosby Harris.

     On February 10, 2015, Amy departed this earthly life leaving to cherish her memories; children, Ms. Brenda Tuggle, Ms. Sherry Tuggle, Ms. Rhonda Tuggle and Ms. Terri Cosby,  granddaughter, Ms. Ashley Tuggle, Covington, Georgia, great granddaughter, Miss Markaela Brown, Covington, Georgia, one loving and devoted sister, Mrs. Rose T. Bagby, Covington, Georgia, step children, Mr. Larry Barr, Shadydale, Georgia, Mr. Kevin Smith, Dalton, Georgia, Mr. & Mrs. Earl (Montine) Clemons, McDonough, Georgia, Mr. & Mrs. William (Tammy) Clemons, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred (Brenda) Shepherd, Ms. Stacy Cosby, Mr. Steve Cosby and Mr. & Mrs. Freeman (Trenesa) Cosby Jr., all of Covington, Georgia, and a host of other relatives and dear friends.


Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery

Flower Attendants

 *One Of A Kind*
The funny beautiful lady that means so much to me may be gone from the land of the living, but with me she will always be, because my memory holds her dearly and my pen recalls her ways and most of all I love her. A love that always stays It stays inside my memory And is often on my mind, because a lady like my grandma is rare and hard to find.
Words of Thanks
We wish to extend our sincere appreciation to loved ones and friends who found so many tender ways to express friendship, concern and sympathy during the departure of our loved one. Every prayer, visit, card, flower and other acts of love and kindness will always be remembered. May God bless each and every one of you.

                                                                              The Family