Smith Funeral Home

128 East 5th Street, Flatonia, TX


Randy L. Bigley

April 16, 1956March 7, 2020

Randy L. Bigley, a resident at Hallettsville Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Hallettsville passed away on March 7, 2020 at the age of 63.

Randy was born on April 16, 1956 to his parents, Milton Woodrow ("Mann") Bigley and Mary Beth Bigley of Flatonia. He was a lifelong resident of Fayette County and worked until his retirement at Balcones Minerals Corporation of Flatonia. Randy had a deep affection for animals, particularly the many pet dogs and cats the family had over the years. He will be remembered for his quiet demeanor and his sweet disposition.

Randy is survived by his two brothers, Gary Milton Bigley and Jerry Lynne Bigley, his mother Mary Beth Bigley and numerous nieces, nephews and aunts and he was preceded in death by his father Milton.

Randy Bigley will be buried at Colony Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in his name be made to the Hospice of South Texas.

Words of comfort can be sent to the family at www.smithfuneralhomeflatonia.com

Smith Funeral Home-128 E. 5th Street Flatonia, Texas 78941 Phone #-361-865-3311


  • Mary Beth Bigley, Mother
  • Gary Milton Bigley, Brother
  • Jerry Lynne Bigley, Brother
  • Numerous Nieces, Nephews and Aunts.


  • Burial Wednesday, March 11, 2020


Randy L. Bigley

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Sue Kiesling

March 13, 2020

Mary Beth,
I was Sue Collier and I want to extend my deepest sympathy to you and the family. I was looking at Barbara Robins obit. when I saw Randy' picture. I will keep you in my prayers. I remember the three boys as they were growing up when we would attend revivals at Elm Grove Church. Emil and I live in La Grange and have two girls, six grandsons and nine great grandchildren. We will be married 50 years this December 5th.

Cindy Heibel

March 10, 2020

I work with Dr. Wilkinson as a Nurse Practitioner helping care for our Nursing Home residents. Randy was always such a joy to visit. He brightened my days with a smile or a comment, He seemed to never have a "bad day". I will always remember him, he was such a sweet soul. Prayers be with the family.