Hurt’s Funeral Home of Eatonton is a trusted local business that gives back to its clients and community. The Hurt Family and Staff are honored to serve the family of the deceased in their time of bereavement.
***Hurt’s Funeral Home observes COVID safety protocols; we strongly encourage others to do the same***
Sandrian Wesley Biggs, beloved wife of Darian Biggs, entered into eternal rest on September 12, 2022, at Emory University Hospital. She was known by her family as “Little Mama” growing up. Sandrian was born to Beatrice and Clarence Wesley on March 26, 1966. After the death of her mother, she came to live with her maternal grandmother, Emma Mae Thomas, where she grew up in Eatonton, Georgia. Sandrian accepted the Lord as her savior at an early age at Clements Chapel, formerly known as Crossroads AME Church.
Sandrian attended Putnam County High School in Eatonton, Georgia; she was a very studious child and always excelled in her learning. After high school, she went to live with her father in Ocala, Florida, where she went on to pursue a career in healthcare and received a degree in Nursing. She worked two full-time jobs for over twenty years, one of which was with Well Star Health Care and Lab Corp, until her health failed in October 2021. Her co-workers always described her as a hard -working lady. Sandrian enjoyed watching the Food Network and other cooking channels, as well as traveling with family whenever she had an opportunity in her spare time.
Sandrian was preceded in death by her parents, Beatrice and Clarence Wesley; her daughter, Tierra Wesley; and her grandparents, Emma Mae Thomas, Patti Frank Thomas, Essie Mae Williams and Dan Williams, Jr.
She is survived by her husband, Darian Biggs; her sons Jeremy Wesley and Darian Biggs, Jr.; four grandchildren, Austin Wesley, Jeremy Wesley, Jr., Brian Wesley, Jeremiah Wesley; eleven siblings, Reginald Wesley, Clarence Wesley, Reverend Wilhelmina Jordan , Debora Wesley Mohen, Bridget Wesley Mahon, Curtura Wesley, Jason Wesley, Laura Wesley, Joshua Wesley, Solomon Wesley, Renee Johnson Wesley; her mother-in-law, Mildred McNeil; her grandmother, Beatrice Thomas; four sister-in-laws, Wanda Mosby, Sherry Bernard, Charlene McNeil, and Cynthia McNeil; seven uncles, Johnnie Thomas, Scottie Thomas, Randy Thomas, Patrick Thomas, Jeffrey Thomas, Curtis Williams, and Reginald Williams; five aunts, Dandreinne Brown, Sandie Thomas, Vanessa Johnson, and Denise and Annie Ruth Humphries; and a host of other nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.