Ashley Wedgeworth

It is with great sadness that the family of Ashley Rebecca Wedgeworth announces her untimely death in a car accident on January 30, 2021. Ashley was born May 31, 1990 in Hattiesburg, MS. She is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Elton and Hazel Dearman and stepfather, Gary Ford. Ashley leaves behind to cherish all their happy moments in time, her forever sweetheart and husband, Jonathan Wedgeworth; her precious children that she loved beyond anything, Joshua and Harmony; her mother, Teresa Ford; her father, Curtis Sellers; her brother, Adam Sellers; her parents in law, Teresa and George Wedgeworth; her paternal grandparents, Nolan and Betty Sellers; her brothers and sisters in laws, Chris and Tysha Wedgeworth and Andrew and Kelly Wedgeworth along with nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Ashley had a beautiful soul to match her beautiful eyes. She may come off as shy at first but once she got to know you her personality was larger than life itself. She liked the simple things in life like watching T V, playing games and just hanging out with her family. Her smile could make you melt, and her laugh came from her soul. She was known for telling you whatever crossed her mind; good, bad or indifferent, you knew where you stood with her. Ashley was unquestionably a loving wife and an amazing mother. No one could spread more love in one lifetime than she did for her children. She will always be in our minds and forever in our hearts. Rest in Peace, our sweet angel, Rest in Peace. Services were held graveside at Bounds Cemetery on Hwy 13, Friday, February 5th. Trinity Funeral Services is honored to be entrusted with Ashley’s care and asks that you keep her family in your thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. Memories may be shared by signing the online guest registry provided at

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