THOMAS RANDALL BIGGS
November 30, 1975 – April 22, 2021
THOMAS RANDALL BIGGS, age 45, of Orange Park, Florida passed away on Thursday, April 22, 2021. THOMAS was born November 30, 1975.
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THOMAS RANDALL BIGGS
May 12, 2021
Randalicious...I have absolutely no words to describe how heartbroken I am, so I will choose to tell everyone a story of a 30 year friendship. A friendship that far exceeds the limits of Facebook memories and cellphone photo storage. From lock ins, ski trips, Steadfast, 50's McDonalds trips, Fudruckers burgers that required all the napkins in the dispenser, Homecomings, soaping the fountain at Wingate and slipping on the rocks as we ran away to countless road trips, moves, fence building, football games (so very many football games), New Years celebrations, many many late night talks as you drove us home from wherever we were, donuts in the KMart parking lot, Disney trips, and so many rides that I still swear that Chevy had my butt imprint in the passenger seat. I miss you so much. I wish you would just call me and tell me this is some elaborate scheme you've come up with like that time you told me if you won the lottery you were going to call all your friends and whoever showed up on the courthouse steps to bail you out would be the friends you shared your winnings with. The world will not be the same without you in it, but it's so much brighter because you were. RIP, Randy. Your Angel and I will miss you for a lifetime.
April 26, 2021
Randy was one of the most loyal friends you could ask for.
I was blessed to share so many wonderful memories with Randy. One specific memory still makes me giggle today.
When we were much younger (20+ years ago) I'd gently bump into friends cars at stop lights or stop signs.
The first time I played this game with Randy he was very nervous until he saw no damage. It was later confirmed with our group that at some point in time I'd do this prank to all of them with no damage to either vehicle.
The very first time Randy returned the prank on me he regretted it. His entire bumper became misaligned and bent down on one side.
Some of you may recall his old red Ford pickup truck and the damage to his bumper. Albeit I genuinely felt bad about the damage it always made me laugh.
Typical Randy would laugh too.