Dwanna Wiggins Obituary, Death – Deanna Lynn Wiggins, whose maiden name was Bouse, was given the name Bouse at the time of her birth on Thursday, July 28, 1950 in Rolla, Missouri. Her parents were Jack Hershel Bouse and Wilma Alice (Ives) Bouse. On the 20th of July in the year 2020, she passed away in St. Louis, Missouri, having reached the age of 69 years, 11 months, and 22 days. Early in her life, Deanna made the decision to follow Christ. In 1969, she received her diploma from Cuba High School. She became Mrs. John Suttmueller, and the couple went on to have one son together. During the course of a couple of years, she worked as a model for Barbizon Modeling and Acting. In the early 1970s, she began her career in the travel industry working for TWA in St. Louis, Missouri.
In the early 1980s, she held the position of secretary at Cardin Machine Shop, which was located in Sullivan, Missouri. She eventually met the man who would become the love of her life, Michael Wiggins, and on May 29, 1989, they tied the knot in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. After that, they relocated to Alabama, where they eventually had a daughter. After that, she went on to have a career with McDonnell Douglas, which eventually became Boeing, and served as a liaison between the company and the government about Apache helicopters. She has been all around the world. She was a voracious reader and particularly enjoyed reading mysteries. She had a strong passion for singing, particularly gospel music.
She had a deep love for both of her dogs. She cherished her time with her family and cherished the time she spent with them. Jesus was her first and foremost love. Her parents, Jack and Wilma Ives, as well as her step-mother, Judith “Julie” Bouse, and her father-in-law, Allen Wiggins, all passed away before she did. She is survived by her husband Michael Wiggins of Ardmore, Alabama; her mother-in-law Karen (Harold) Romero of Huntsville, Alabama; her son Rhett Jackson (fiancée Gina) Suttmueller of De Soto, Missouri; her daughter Natalie Alexis Wiggins of Stevenson, Washington; her step-sons Richard Wiggins of Rolla, Missouri and Quentin Wiggins of Ozark, Missouri; her step-daughter Taba.