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In Memory of
1938 - 2018
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Max L. Biggs, 80, of Greeley, CO passed away October 21, 2018 at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley with his wife and family by his side.
Max was born January 4, 1938 in Exeter, MO to Bill and Gladys (Cole) Biggs.
Max and Shirley (Luse) were united in marriage March 10, 1961 in Greeley.
He moved from Exeter, MO to LaSalle, CO where he attended school at Big Bend. At the age of 17 he joined the Navy. After returning to civilian life, Max was employed by Lockwood Graders, Van Why-Massey Ferguson Implement Company as manager. He later was employed by Big R as a warehouse manager.
After he retired he enjoyed camping, telling stories and jokes around the campfire, fishing, traveling, doing yard work, visiting with family and friends, and watching his birds and squirrels in his backyard. Max and Shirley enjoyed their trips to the mountains to view the Aspen trees and elk.
Max is survived by his wife Shirley of 57 years of marriage; two brothers Rex Biggs and wife Eleanor of Greeley, Bruce Biggs and wife Sue of Pleasant Valley, MO; four nieces, Lisa McLaughlin, Lynne Maddox, Brenda Heckman, Glenda Zimmerman, and one nephew, Larry Biggs also numerous great nieces and nephews and a thought of as a sister Kay Gies Johnson.
A special thank you to Max’s doctors, nurses, North Colorado Medical Center, friends, and family.
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