Phyllis Carol Biggs
Tawas City, Michigan
January 15, 1938 - December 5, 2018
Phyllis Carol Biggs, 80, of Tawas Township, Michigan passed away peacefully Wednesday, December 5, 2018 with family by her side at home after a brief illness.
Phyllis was born January 15, 1938 in Tawas City, Michigan to the late Walter C. and Florence E. (nee Hines) Nelson. She graduated from Tawas High School in 1956. Phyllis married Ervin L. Biggs September 15, 1956 at First Baptist Church in Tawas City, Michigan and together started their family. Phyllis had worked many years in the area in upholstery. She mastered the art and completed many projects for the local businesses. Phyllis enjoyed quilting , refinishing furniture, and spent many days and nights alongside her husband Ervin on the family farm. Phyllis was also an avid sports fan, watching every Detroit Tigers game, as well as Tennis and Golf, her favorite golfer being Ernie Els.
Phyllis is survived by her loving husband of 62 years, Ervin; son, Randy (Carissa) Biggs of Muskegon; grandchildren, Erin, Elizabeth and Sloan Biggs all of Muskegon; sister, Jackie Champion of Grand Rapids. In addition to her parents, Phyllis was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne Nelson.
According to Phyllis’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held at a later date and will be announced when available. Online condolences may be offered at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com
So very sorry to hear of this sweet ladys passing ,,,,a wonderful beautiful lady,,,,R.I.P. beautiful angel
— Patti and Dennis Whitford
So sorry to hear of her passing. Enjoyed several conversations, with this lady. We loved her and will miss her. Vic and Bonnye Skornicka
— Bonnye Skornicka
Erv, I am so sorry to hear that Phyllis has passed away, you had a beautiful long life together with her at your side.
— Sheri Williams
Prayers go out to the famy of Phyllis home going. God bring comfort an strength during this time of grief.
— Eileen Castonguay-Kindell
Dear Uncle Ervin and Randy - I am so very sorry to hear about Aunt Phyllis's passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Shari (Tom & JoAnn's daughter)
— Shari Klessig
My deepest condolences to Uncle Erwin and Randy. She was a wonderful person. I have fond memories of my visits to the house as a boy to play with Randy. God bless. RIP Aunt Phyllis
— Mike Muchow
Dear Irwin and Family, I was so sorry to hear of Phyllis passing. She was a great friend of my mother's and I remember her smile and gentle ways. May God comfort you at this time. Keeping you in prayer. Rose Gackstetter Shoemaker
— Rose Shoemaker
Randy, I heard from my mom that your mom had passed away. I wanted to leave you a note to let you know I'll never forget the times I would visit you at the house out on M55 and we would be shooting hoops in the driveway and your mom would call us in for a bite to eat. She was always so kind to me. God bless and my prayers are with you and your family
— Phil Petrach
Saddened to hear of the loss and friendship of Phyllis. We lived very close together, and often walked to school together from the beginning until the 11th grade. Everytime I went to Tawas, I'd stop and see Phyllis and Erv at their M55 home, over the years. Both during high school reunions, and while on a private trip to Tawas. It's hard to imagine her loss after so many years of friendship. As a woman of faith, she is now in the most perfect place to be for an eternity. My condolences to "Tooie" her sister (Jackie) and to Erwin, her husband.
— Bob Morley, Indialantic, Florida