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Haisten Funerals & Cremations

1745 Zack Hinton Parkway, McDonough, GA

OBITUARY

Ryan Michael Digby

September 3, 1998July 20, 2020
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Mr. Ryan Michael Digby, age 21 of McDonough, Georgia passed away July 20, 2020. He was born in Conyers, Georgia to Gary Brian Digby and Stephanie Winn Miller. Ryan was a 2017 honor graduate and worked for AT&T. He was known for his great sense of humor and enjoyed bowling, fishing, gaming and playing corn hole. Ryan was preceded in death by his maternal great grandfather, Bill DeMoss, maternal grandfather, Mike Winn and maternal grandmother, Andee Rogers. Survivors include his son, Ashton; mother, Stephanie (Trey) Miller of McDonough; father, Brian (Crystal) Digby of Social Circle; siblings, Taylor Garrett, Kaden Miller, Will Miller, Trevor Miller, Jackson Watts and Aubri Digby; paternal grandparents, Gary and Sue Digby of Covington; maternal grandmother, Fonda Manous of Boca Raton, FL; maternal grandfather, Mike Rogers of Jackson; maternal great grandmother, Sophia DeMoss of Social Circle; grandparents, Ed and Nancy Miller of McDonough; aunts and uncles, Kim and Danny Quinn, Corbin Winn, Bailey Winn and Jacey Winn; niece, McKinlee Shivers; cousin, Karsen Quinn and numerous extended family and friends. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, July 25, 2020 - 10:00 am at the Salem Baptist Church Pavilion. In lieu of flowers, contributions are asked to be made to the Ryan Digby Memorial Fund (a special fund to aid payment for the treatment of loved ones fighting addiction) paypal.me/ryandigbymemorial or Venmo @Ryan-Digby-Memorial in memory of Ryan.

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, July 25, 2020

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Carole Bowlby

July 25, 2020

We are so sorry for you loss. May you draw strength from the love of family and friends to stay strong.

Standard Family

July 24, 2020

Obviously, words cannot express the grief we feel for you all in your time of mourning. Our Digby cousins have always held a warm and valuable place in our hearts and we're so sorry for your loss. Stay strong and know that we are here for you all if you ever need anything....love ya'll!

Scott, Becca, Wil & Elle

SUE DIGBY

July 23, 2020

Our grandson for 21 years the love of our lives that we named scoot man we will miss you but you will always be in our hearts love maw maw and paw paw

Renae Lawson

July 23, 2020

Some of my fondest memories were spending time with you and the boys in Royal Rangers. Your great grandfather, Bill DeMoss, helped me decide to teach the younger boys. Your great grandma, Sophia, also made us the best Cuban sandwich that day which sealed the deal for me. I enjoyed my time with you boys 😊.

So glad I got to meet you and pray you learned more about Jesus and others from me. I’m sorry you’re not here with us anymore but look forward to the day we meet again.

Ms. Renae ❤️

Jack Williams

July 23, 2020

Me and Ryan got kinda close a few years ago. He had such a way with thinking about things and he and I would be laughing until we were crying about some crazy story or theory. I wish I could remember specific stories, I just know he was such a funny guy. He’ll be missed.

Bill and Ann Cook

July 23, 2020

You are all in our prayers. Ann and Bill Cook

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Biography

Ryan was a 2017 honor graduate and worked for AT&T. He was known for his great sense of humor and enjoyed bowling, fishing, gaming and playing corn hole.

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