Jeronamo Diggs

Jeronamo Diggs

May 4, 1963 - Apr 26, 2020
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Rev. Jeronamo "Jerome" Diggs Born May 4th 1963 in Paris, TN was the son of the late Ever Lee (William Edward Webb) of Paris Tenn. and the Late Charles Wesley Reynolds of Toledo Ohio

Mr. Diggs Graduated 1982 from Henry County High School where he was a four-year letterman Football Player, sung in the choir, was a library helper, and worked on the Junior Achievement Committee. In his early years Mr. Diggs was employed by Electric Prime in Rossford Ohio. He also worked to Habitat for Humanity, Smuckers, Goodwill and he enjoyed the fulfillment of being a professional wrestler. He was known as “Sweet Brown Sugar” to the wrestling community and dubbed his loving wife to be his Candy Yams, “you can’t have Candy Yams without Sweet Brown Sugar.” Following his wrestling career, Jeronamo Diggs became Reverend Jeronamo Diggs in November of 2012.

Rev. Jerome Diggs is survived by his loving wife Mrs. Maxine Spears Diggs; sons Jerome M Diggs, Tifton Ga, John Hicks, Mark Crockett, Matthew Hester, and Jesse Bays; daughters Victoria Solis (Arnold) San Antonio Texas, Rochelle Diggs, Pearl Mississippi, and Theresa Bays, many granddaughters and grandsons, four sisters Tammy Diggs (Evans Leon) Ferguson of Dawson, Ga; Tracy Webb Clay of Atlanta, Ga,; sisters Tricia and Lisa Reynolds. (Toledo Ohio); and Brother John Webb (US Marine).

He was preceded in death by his Mother Ever Lee Diggs Webb (William Webb) & Charles Reynolds, Son Jamie Hicks, Grand-daughter Denene Elizabeth Solis, Grandparents and one brother in law Alton Clay, and Earl Crockett.
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We are sorry to hear of the passing of Minister Jerome Diggs. We pray that the Lord gives you peace and comfort during the difficult days ahead.
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