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Molly B. Rigby February 10, 1977 - June 30, 2020

Molly B. Rigby, age 43, a resident of Meridian, passed away June 30, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor.


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    Heather A Urquidu-Courville says

    I went to North Jr High with Molly. I was the goth troubled girl that no one really wanted to talk to. But Molly caught me one day after art class she noticed I was up set she asked me what was wrong I snapped at her saying something rude I am sure but I seen the look on her face like she genuinely cared so her and i hafta lil talk I don’t remember why I was upset or what exactly we talked about but I do remember a prepy girl talking to me like I was a person.

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    Linda & Leo says

    So sorry to hear of Molly’s passing. She was a good neighbor and a wonderful person.
    Your friends, Linda and Leo Walker

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    Tyann Drake says

    So sorry to hear this. May your family find comfort from many. Bill TyAnn Drake

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      Penny Rice says

      Janet and Pete, we are so sorry to hear of your daughters death. I really didn’t know about your children, but to lose one has to be the hardest thing ever. Sending prayers for Gods healing . Fondly, Bob and Penny Rice

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    Patty and Pat Moseley says

    We are so sorry for your loss. Molly had such a fun spirit. She was kind and loving and so sweet. She was amazing . She loved fiercely her family and her friends. I feel so blessed to have had her in our life.
    Our prayer are with you .

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    Gina Lockwood says

    Dear Janet and Dr. Pete, so sorry to hear about Molly. What a beautiful young woman she grew up to be! I remember her zest and great smile whenever I saw her. Please take care.

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    Sharon Frelleson says

    Dear Janet & Pete. We are so sorry for your loss. We can only imagine the pain in your heart from this loss. I still remember the day Molly and the kids came to get the piano and she was so bright and lovely. Prayers are with you.

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    Kathy Cannon says

    Janet, I saw the notice of Molly’s passing. While we were both working for Dr. Howarth, I was pregnant with my daughter, Anne, and you were expecting Molly. Her picture looks a lot like you, except for the blond hair. So sorry for your loss. She was too young to leave you and her family. Kathy Cannon

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    Erik Kingston says

    I recently learned of Molly’s passing and was heartbroken. We first met 15 years ago when our daughters shared a classroom. From the beginning, I was impressed by her intelligence, creativity and integrity. At the the time she was a single mom who had overcome many challenges to achieve independence and provide for her kids, whom she adored. Her generous spirit and pride in her family were always evident, as was her happiness when she met Calvin. We lost an amazing friend and community member, and our thoughts go out to the wonderful family she loved so much.

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