Marilyn Eudell Biggs

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Marilyn Eudell Biggs passed away peacefully in her home, with family members at her side, on December 6th, 2014 at the age of 63. Funeral services were held on December 8, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel in San Saba, Texas with Bishop Fuqua officiating. Interment at San Saba City Cemetery in San Saba. Funeral Services under the direction of Heritage Funeral Home. A precious Down’s Syndrome little girl, she was born on May 7, 1951 to James E. and Blanche E. Biggs. Marilyn was preceded in death by her brother James E. (Jimmy) Biggs, Jr. and her father, James E. Biggs. She had a special bond with her daddy and we know they are in heaven now enjoying ice cream and sipping iced drinks. Marilyn was a graduate of Mrs. Wardine Broyles’, Special Education Class in 1971. She lived a joyful life in San Saba, TX and was happiest around her family. She enjoyed looking at pictures of her younger cousins and their animals. Marilyn and her mother shared many days antique shopping. She had a special love for elephants and collected hundreds of figurines of all sizes. Marilyn’s favorite pastimes were looking at all kinds of books and watching television. Marilyn showed us there was always laughter, light and hope and we were lucky to have her to share it with. She will be remembered as a kind hearted and loving person. She loved and nurtured all the young family members, generation after generation. She was a joy to be around and her sweet spirit encouraged everyone. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She is survived by her mother, Blanche Eudell Biggs of San Saba; two uncles, Kenneth Cook of Goldthwaite and J.D. Cook of San Angelo; an aunt, Linda Harvell of San Saba; and a multitude of cousins including special cousins, Tina Harvell of Bryan and Keith, Cindy, Shelby, Koby, Harley, and Brody Rogers of Hamilton. Funeral Services were under the direction of Heritage Funeral Home. Please view Marilyn’s online memorial at   
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