Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel & Cemetery

7301 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX


Robert Lawrence Biggs II

February 24, 1983September 17, 2019
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Robert L. Biggs II, 36, entered into rest on September 17, 2019. He was born on February, 24, 1983, to Robert L. Biggs Sr. and Debra Yates Biggs, in Fort Worth, Texas.

Rob dedicated his life to Christ at the age of 10, and was baptized at Baptista Church. He went on to graduate from Bell High School, Class of 2001, where he played saxophone in the marching band, and was designated a National Merit Scholar. He went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Texas Christian University in 2008. He later felt the calling toward the medical field and returned to school to earn his degree in Nursing from North Lake Community College in 2014.

He held many different jobs over the years, including General Motors for two summers, Trulux and Perry’s Steak House. He found his life’s passion as an ER Trauma nurse, working at Charlton, Hughley and Baylor hospitals. His warmth and caring was always obvious to his patients.

He loved to learn, and his red Z28 and silver BMW. He also enjoyed music, woodworking and was building his own guitar from scratch.

He married Tyfanie Cook Biggs, and cherishes his two beautiful daughters from that union. He was engaged to Kasey Wells, and they were planning their wedding for October 10, 2020.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ernie and John Biggs and grandfather James Bolen.

He is survived by his daughters Blair Elaine Biggs (5) and Bonnie Lynn Biggs (4); his parents; brother Derek James Biggs, his wife Kathleen and their daughter Emma; sisters Jill Biggs and Lisa Biggs Spaulding and her husband Keelan; grandparents Rosa Bolen and James Yates; fiancé Kasey Wells; nieces and nephews Jaycee, Katelyn, Madison, Brant, Hannah and Allison; as well as countless other family members and friends who are left to cherish his memory.

Visitation will be held on Friday, 9/20, from 6-8 p.m. at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel. The funeral service be on Saturday, 9/21, at 10:00 with Pastor Ronnie Travis officiating, also at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel.

The family would like to extend special thanks to Kathleen and Rob's wonderful group of friends for their assistance with the photos and music.


  • Ryan Bridges
  • Sean Dickson
  • Dave Fletcher
  • Travis Fletcher
  • Chase Harmon
  • Aaron Harrell


  • Visitation Friday, September 20, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 21, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, September 21, 2019


Robert Lawrence Biggs II

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Shannon Proctor

September 20, 2019

I went to Donna park with Robert. In kindergarten I kissed him on the cheek and always thought of him as my first little love. I’m so sad to hear of his passing and sad for his family. I have clear memories of his mom bringing snacks to our classes. We went to different junior highs and lost touch after that but he will always hold a special place in my heart.

Alicia Quinn

September 18, 2019

I met Rob at Trulucks, and he became a great friend quickly. How do you sum up a vibrant life (taken too soon) in less than 2000 characters? Rob was one of the kindest, gentlest souls I knew, and it was a privilege to call him a friend. He was incredibly intelligent, funny, charismatic and thoughtful. His pearly white smile, and his chi straightened hair will forever be etched in my bank of happy memories. I will miss you dearly Rob.

Adam Arens

September 18, 2019

I went to school with Robert at Donna Park Elementary. Robert was a class act. He was smart, funny, and so friendly to everyone! Robert was more than a model student or a popular kid everyone wanted to partner or team up with on school projects. He beamed charisma and confidence in the way he carried himself- even as a very young man.

Cody Hicks

September 18, 2019

Robert was a great guy, and I have a many great memories of him. He was best friends with my sister, and I was with Derek. Robert would transport me to middle school every morning with Derek, and I would be at the Bigg's house very often. Robert even installed my sound system on my first car. I got to know Robert very well over the years, and I love the Bigg's family more than they probably know.

Tj Briggs

September 18, 2019

I remember Biggs from my time at trulucks Southlake where I was a valet. He’s always come out and talk about the cars out front with me and how he’d spot wealthy clients by their watch! What a great man he will be missed

Glen Barron

September 18, 2019

I knew Rob from working at Truluck's in Southlake. I remember his laugh and how he was so open to those around him.

Philip Bernabo

September 18, 2019

I worked with Rob at Truluck's in Southlake. Rob and I once took and vacation together to Chicago. We were so busy talking at the airport that we both lost track of time and missed our flight. Rob was a great human being. He had a huge heart and was always thinking of other. He was a great friend and will be truly missed.

Pam Harrell

September 17, 2019

I remember Rob as a teenager and young adult who lived around the corner from us in Bedford. He was handsome, incredibly intelligent, and he loved his saxophone. There are many memories, but one of my favorite ones is the joy he shared at my son’s wedding where, along with his friends, he seemed to dance all night long. He will be greatly missed.