Lawrence Thomas Biggs

Dec 21, 1946 – Oct 15, 2018


Lawrence “Larry” Thomas Biggs of SeaTac Washington passed away on Monday, October 15, 2018 at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Seattle.


Larry was born on December 21, 1946 to George and Geraldine Biggs in Jacksonville, Florida. He graduated from Glacier High School in 1966. He joined the U.S. Navy in 1967 where he served until he was honorably discharged in 1969. Larry then worked for the Port of Seattle ILWU (Pacific Maritime Association) from 1969 until he retired in 2016.


Larry married Mary Ellen Healy on August 26, 1972; they were marred for 46 years. The couple had 3 children together and 2 grandsons.


Larry is survived by his wife, Mary E. Biggs; his son Robert J. Biggs; his son Thomas M. Biggs; his daughter Sandra A. Biggs; his daughter-in-law Casey L. Biggs; grandsons Logan G. Biggs and Easton G. Biggs; and sisters Jeanne M. Colvin, Connie L. Godman and Kathleen D. McInnis. He is preceded in death by his parents George and Geraldine Biggs.


Larry enjoyed fishing, boating, hiking, building model ships, horse racing, anything with an engine and yelling at people in traffic “them clowns”.


Theresa Lanning (Biggs)
Wildomar , CA
Oct 25, 2018

Dear Cousin Larry,

I remember you being so tall, riding on your shoulders and also you being a kind and gentle person. Just like yourFather . Mary and your children and grandchildren were the ones who got to love on you and reap the precious memories of having you in their lives. My heart goes out to each of them and your dear sisters . God Bless you my cousin Larry . May you be enjoying the sweet reunions of your dad and mom a grandparents , Aunts & uncles and cousins. Praying for comfort for your family, till we meet again . Cousin Theresa Romans 8:38, 39

Jeanne M. Colvin
Seatac, Wa
Oct 24, 2018

Larry was a wonderful brother to his three younger sisters. He was always kind and generous. Larry was a gentle soul. I will miss him dearly.

Kathleen D McInnis
Othello, WA
Oct 24, 2018

My sweet, sweet, gentle brother. Always so incredibly kind to me. At eleven years old I crashed his brand new Honda 90 trailbike into a stump and bent the wheel rim. He never yelled and after the expense of a new rim he let me ride it again and again and again. A sweet and gentle fellow......except in traffic.....those clowns!

Carla & David Froome
Grapeview, WA
Oct 23, 2018

Our sincerest condolences to you and your family! Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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