Yvonne Wiggins Raines
May 28, 1928 – September 21, 2020
Yvonne Wiggins Raines, age 92, of Shreveport, Louisiana passed away on Monday, September 21, 2020. Yvonne was born May 28, 1928 in Castor, Louisiana to Viola Wiggins and Jim Wiggins.
Yvonne retired from Sears in 1994. She was a member of Rose Park Baptist Church and member of the Red Hat Society.
Yvonne is survived by daughters Sandra Timon and Terri Harber (Steve); son Don Raines (Cynthia); brother Jack Wiggins (Sharon); grandchildren Grant Timon (Alisha), Brad Harber (Kristal) and Brian Harber; great grandchildren Nolan, Walker, Hannah, Sarah, Sammy and Dean.
Yvonne was preceded in death by her husband Troy B. Raines; father Jim Wiggins and mother Viola Wiggins; son Troy Dale Raines and grandchild Matthew Timon.
A graveside service for Yvonne will be held Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 10:00am at Centuries Memorial Park, at the Pavilion. Officiating will be Dr. Rocky Maddox. The family request that everyone please practice social distancing.
The family would like to thank LaToya, Debbie, Sally, Dino and the entire staff of Village Health Care at the Glen for providing compassionate care to Yvonne.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.CenturiesMemorialFH.com for the Raines family.
- Jim Wiggins, Father (deceased)
- Viola Wiggins, Mother (deceased)
- Troy B. Raines, Husband (deceased)
- Troy Dale Raines, Son (deceased)
- Matthew Timon, Grandchild (deceased)
- Sandra Timon, Daughter
- Don Raines (Cynthia), Son
- Terri Harber (Steve), Daughter
- Grant Timon (Alisha), Grandchild
- Brad Harber (Kristal), Grandchild
- Brian Harber, Grandchild
- Nolan, Great Grandchild
- Walker, Great Grandchild
- Hannah, Great Grandchild
- Sarah, Great Grandchild
- Sammy, Great Grandchild
- Dean, Great Grandchild
- Jack Wiggins (Sharon), Brother
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Yvonne Wiggins Raines
September 25, 2020
Aunt Yvonne was without a doubt one of the kindest, generous, and loving persons that I had the privilege of knowing. I will forever carry the memory of her always thinking of me by bringing me Campbell’s soup and a cake when she would come to visit Uncle John when I lived at the end of that road. Heaven has truly gained a beautiful soul.