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Ms. Ella Louise Spigner was born in Birmingham, Alabama on February 22, 1946 to the late Mr.& Mrs. William (Susie Owens) Spigner. She was preceded to eternal life by her siblings, Fannie S. Woody, Ossie S. Underwood and Janice S. Knighten and Mattie S. House.

Ella was educated in the Birmingham School System graduating from Powderly Elementary School and Ullman High School, January, 1965.She accepted Christ at an early age under the late Rev. W. Gamble at Rising Star A.M.E. Zion Church. Ella was a faithful member of Rising Star A.M.E. Zion Church until her passing.

Precious memories will linger in the minds of the following: Brothers, Willie (Linda) Spigner, Jr., James C. (Marion) Spigner, Jimmie Lee (Barbara) Spigner;sister, Patricia S. McAdory; nieces, nephews, relatives, friends, the Powderly Community Family and the Rising Star A.M.E. Zion Church Family.

Celebration of Life services were previously held.  Professional services entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory of Birmingham, Alabama. 



Posted by Angela Knighten on May 22, 2021
To my Tee-Ella-Mama, my heart is so heavy because you're no longer with me and I'll miss you and love you forever... You taught me how to tie my shoes, and how to ride a bike, you taught me to do well in school, you also taught me how to fight, you taught me to be kind to everyone no matter who I didn't like, you taught me how to love, and you did your best to teach me what was right, you taught me that I was special morning, noon, and night, together we were awesome, I couldn't ask for nothing more, you taught me how to be a mother and that by itself was enough alone, you taught me so many things Tee-Ella-Mama more than you'll ever know, but the one thing you didn't teach me was how to let you go!!!

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Posted by Angela Knighten on May 22, 2021
To my Tee-Ella-Mama, my heart is so heavy because you're no longer with me and I'll miss you and love you forever... You taught me how to tie my shoes, and how to ride a bike, you taught me to do well in school, you also taught me how to fight, you taught me to be kind to everyone no matter who I didn't like, you taught me how to love, and you did your best to teach me what was right, you taught me that I was special morning, noon, and night, together we were awesome, I couldn't ask for nothing more, you taught me how to be a mother and that by itself was enough alone, you taught me so many things Tee-Ella-Mama more than you'll ever know, but the one thing you didn't teach me was how to let you go!!!
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