Hansford Lee Pedigo

Born on October 21, 1941

Departed on April 27, 2019

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Hansford Lee Pedigo – Age -77, passed away peacefully at home on April 27, 2019.

Hansford (Papa) loved spending time with his family. He especially loved watching his grandchildren play sports, working on his farm, riding his tractor, eating catfish and his wife’s good cookin’, his recliner, fishing and watching the news.

He worked in the book binding business for most of his life at Ambrose and McQuiddy until retirement.

Preceded in death by his parents, Clear A. & Roberta Pedigo; brother, James “Cotton” Pedigo; sisters, Stella Williams & Debbie Boman, and special parents-in-law James & Eva Lynn.

Survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Margie Joyce Pedigo; daughters, Diana Pike (Darryl) Lovell, Teresa Harris; favorite granddaughter, Nicole “Punkin” (Nick) Dugan; grandsons, Austin Pike and Jordan Harris, Blake (Courtney McMahon) Lovell, granddaughter, Savannah (Austin Wills) Lovell, favorite great-granddaughter, Harleigh “Baby Girl” Ragsdale; great-grandsons, Jackson Ragsdale, Bentley Ragsdale,  Easton Dugan & Wesley Wills; sisters, Sarah Cathey, Judy (Floyd) Cross, Ella (Ben) Rigby, Brenda Ferguson ; brother, Larry (Kathy) Pedigo and many nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held 1:00 p.m. Thursday May 2, 2019 at West Harpeth Funeral Home with Bro. Joe Frejosky and Neil Pedigo officiating. Burial to follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Pallbearers include: James Cathey, Tim Jarrell, Benny Rigby, Anthony Rigby, Alex Pedigo, Calvin Bell, Steve Cross and Michael Ferguson.  Honorary pallbearers include: Vernon Gray, Sonny Hooper and Phil Pike.

Visitation with the family will be held on Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at West Harpeth Funeral Home.

10 Comments to Hansford Lee Pedigo

  1. Sabrina Stephens says:

    Hansford Pedigo was loved by so many.. He will be greatly missed… Always had a smile on his face…. prayers for all the family ..

  2. Marsha and Dave Gilmer says:

    He will definitely be missed. I remember many times as a child I would spend time in the summer at their house. He was a wonderful man always made everyone feel welcome and loved. RIP We love you.

  3. Dale Baker says:

    I know how it feels to lose not just a friend but a family member. There’s a hole in the heart that can never be filled. My love goes out to Diana, Teresa,and the rest of the family.

  4. Dale Baker says:

    I know how it is to lose a family member especially your father or mother. It leaves a big empty hole in your heart that can never be field. My love goes out to Diana ,Teresa and the rest of the family.

  5. Allen loftis says:

    There will never be a better man on pond creek my dad and hansford moved on pond creek about the same time I’ve been around the family for 53 years he always called when he had something he could not fix like that dam well in the house who has a well in there house try snaking out 50 feet of pipe out the back door well I always would’ve there might get a chance to steal a kiss from one of his girls but you had to be careful he was a giant of a man used to scare me when I was five and diana was stealing the kisses got pictures over the years we became friends he
    Loved to cook the on the pit fed so many over all these years l love all you guys and I know what you are going through it’s so hard but remember all the good things my dad told me a few days before he died Allen it’s not worth living like this Hanford says the pain is gone him and dad are probably fighting over a tractor right know love all of you be strong rely on each other’s strength love all ya allene

  6. Joshua Morgan says:

    Mr. Pedigo was one of my favorite patients at NHC. He could always bring a smile to my face. I looked forward to coming into work and caring for him and seeing his wonderful family! He will truly be missed by many. I will forever remember this wonderful man!

  7. Jacque Sweet says:

    I have so many memories of going down south to mom’s family in Tenn. But only every other summer. My Dad was a northern.so we had to go north to. But my favorite times were spent at Hansford & Margies house. I remember when they had pigs down in the back. Hansford was taking them to the Bucher &they got losses Diana,Teresa& myself ran to climb to the top of the hay were they couldn’t get us & all the rides in the back of his truck up those hills & down were you left your stomach. He would look back their & He & my dad would laugh at us.it was always great times at their house. He always made sure you felted right at home.oh yeah Hansford was the one that got me to try tomatoes& gravy . I always said gross when he made his plate. He said now you better try this girl before you say gross.took awhile but all it took was once. I love it !! I do have alot of great memories of him.I will remember them always with a smile. I’m sure my Dad & Hansford are in heaven working on something .Always remember him with a smile one great man. I’m so sorry that I can’t be there with all of you & your Aunt Marie wishes she could be there with Ya’ll to. She just can’t make that trip anymore. Love Ya’ll know our Hearts are with you all.

  8. Meashy Michelle reece- pedigo says:

    So very sorry to be reading this and my love and prayers go to the family Uncle Hansford will be dearly missed by so many much love and respect meashy Michelle reece- pedigo

  9. Teresa Harris says:

    Thank you

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