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Thomas Edward Biggs

Thomas Edward Biggs, 59, of The Colony, TX went to be with his Lord and Savior on July 12, 2021, in his home, surrounded by his family. Visitation will be held from 10:00-11:00am Saturday, July 17, 2021 at LakeWay Baptist Church. 4000 N. Colony Blvd. The Colony, TX with a memorial service immediately following.

Tom was born on April 30, 1962 in Kansas City, KS, the son of Harry and Joyce (Lambert) Biggs. He grew up in Holt, Missouri with his four siblings and close friends. He attended school in Kearney, Missouri where he met and married his highschool sweetheart, Kelly. Together they raised two daughters as they moved around the country, while Tom continued to advance in his career. 

Tom worked 40 years in the trucking and logistics industry, most recently at ARC Best. He loved playing golf, spending time with his buddies, and cheering on his KC Chiefs. He valued spending time with his family over all things. As a papaw, he was his grandkids #1 fan!

He was preceded in death by his mother and father, whom he loved dearly.

Survivors include his wife Kelly (Endicott) Biggs; daughters, Tiffany Sobotka (Matt) and Kristin Dumar (Nick); five grandchildren, Brooklyn, Landree, Levi, Addison, and Lane Thomas; siblings, Mike Biggs (Tina), JD Biggs (Jo), Darlene Duncomb, and Karen Biggs; numerous nieces and nephews; and their families.

Tom was loved fiercely while he was here with us, and will be loved all throughout eternity.

Condolences

Ed & Debi Sobotka July 14, 2021

Extended family Excelsior Springs , Missouri

Ed and I are so deeply saddened for you and all the family. Tom was, and will continue, to be an important part of our life through your amazing daughter and our shared grandchildren. I am so thankful for God's role in bringing us all together. Tom's legacy will continue to shine in our hearts and prayers for your strength and peace. Sincerely, Ed & Debi Sobotka

Keith & Angela Cox July 17, 2021

friend Saginaw , Texas

Kelly & girls - Heaven definitely gained a saint with Tom's passing. While we are glad he is no longer suffering, our hearts hurt for you all. Tom was a wonderful man and we owe our very livelihood to him for the opportunities he gave to Keith. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you celebrate the life he so beautifully lived. Much love to you all. Keith & Angela Cox