Larry Edward Biggers

14 October, 19468 January, 2021

Larry, 74, passed away on January 8, 2021 at Atrium Healthcare, Pineville, NC.

Born October 14, 1946, he was the son of the late Jack Edward Biggers and Nettie Mae Biggers. After graduating from South Mecklenburg High School, he served four years in the U. S. Air Force. His career was as a self-employed owner of his own trucking service.

He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Helen G. Biggers; one daughter, Ashley Byrd (husband Tim); stepson John Whitledge (wife Michelle); his sister Reita Nunley (husband Steve); along with grandchildren T. J. and Ciara Byrd, Michael and Jamie Whitledge, and great grandchildren Kaden, Lauren and Haven Whitledge.

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Marthal Gross

13 January 2021

Larry was a good man. He always had a big smile for everyone.He would look at you and smile,making your day much better.I always thought he could read minds. And thought everything he read was funny. We will miss him and his quiet sense of humor

Rug Sucker

12 January 2021 many fond memories. Hard to pick just one. Best wishes Helen and family. Embrace the memories. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

Jeanne Waff

12 January 2021

We have some great memories with Helen and Larry. We use to all play Pictionary guys against the girls and the guys could draw 1 or 2 lines and Larry would always guess it they beat us every time. He will definitely be missed. Prayers for Helen and family! ❤️

Nikki Meldrum

12 January 2021

Larry was one of the good guys. Condolences to the family.

Ken Whisenant

12 January 2021


We are saddened to hear of Larry's passing. He was such a joy to be around and always had a smile to share. You are in our thoughts and prayers

Michelle Whitledge

12 January 2021

One of my favorite memories of Larry was when we would get together at the Final & John & Helen would have these long in depth conversations about Lord knows what! And Larry & I would just sit there until all hours of the morning & watch & laugh about the fact we were never going to get to go home! And what were WE going to do with those two?
He was a very special man a great friend & confidant & just good old Pops I could always count on him no matter what for love & support. I will miss seeing him in his blue hat smiling from ear to ear & having such a great sense of humor allowing me to call him Papa Smurf.

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