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Sandra Ann Bigge

December 27, 1950 - October 23, 2019

Sandra Ann Bigge, 68, passed away October 23,2019 at 11:42PM in Fort Worth, Texas. She was ushered into heaven by her loving family.
Memorial service: 1 p.m. Monday, October 28, 2019 at Lakeside Baptist Church.
Sandy was born December 27, 1950 in Arlington, Virginia and lived there until graduating Albert Einstein H…read more

Sandra Ann Bigge, 68, passed away October 23,2019 at 11:42PM in Fort Worth, Texas. She was ushered into heaven by her loving family.
Memorial service: 1 p.m. Monday, October 28, 2019 at Lakeside Baptist Church.
Sandy was born December 27, 1950 in Arlington, Virginia and lived there until graduating Albert Einstein High School and moving to California in the footsteps of her younger sister, Brenda.
Sandy was in the insurance business for many years. While enjoying life of a young woman in Southern California, she met her soulmate, Dale Bigge, in Redondo Beach. After a brief courtship, Sandy and Dale were married November 11, 1979.
Sandy and Dale moved to Everett, Washington and both worked for the Boeing Aircraft Company. They moved around the Seattle area until retirement. They lived in the Puget Sound area (Whidbey Island) for several years and finally made their way to Granbury, Texas to be closer to family.
Sandy is survived by her husband Dale, sister Brenda (husband David), brother-in-law Lloyd Cooper (wife Kay [deceased]), stepsons Bret (wife Laurie) and Steven (wife Jana) Plank, grandchildren Austin, Parker and Joseph Plank and many nieces and nephews and their families.

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Service Information

Date: Monday, October 28, 2019

Time: 1:00 pm

Lakeside Baptist Church

Address:

500 W Bluebonnet Dr.
Granbury,TX76048

Memorial service: 1:00 PM, Monday, October 28, 2019, Lakeside Baptist Church.


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