Vivian Elaine Biggers
February 18, 1939 – November 18, 2020
Vivian Elaine Biggers, 81, went home to the Lord on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at Methodist Olive Branch. She was born on February 18, 1939 to the late Van and Jeanette Rogers in Laurel Creek, North Carolina. Vivian was athletic and loved to play basketball in high school. She a was beloved wife, mother, and grandmother. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, Julian Rogers. Vivian leaves behind two children, Steven Biggers (Melissa),Anthony Biggers, and two sisters, Barbara Helms and Gwen O'Quinn (Jerry). She also leaves behind one grandchild, Sharon Banos (Cristian) and three great grandchildren, Damian Oviedo, Victoria Banos, and Vivian Banos. No services at this this time.
- Van Rogers, Father (deceased)
- Jeanette Funderburk, Mother (deceased)
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Vivian Elaine Biggers
November 25, 2020
Mz. Viv was a true treasure! I loved hearing "Good Morning Squirrels" her version of Good Morning Girls everyday. She was a delight and a wonderful co-worker - making the daily drudgery a little better with some light and laughter. She loved her family - always talking about her grandbabies with a huge smile. She is missed. My deepest condolences to her family -
November 21, 2020
So sorry to hear about Vivian. Mother said she loved her so much and that she seemed like a sister to her. She is very sorry to hear this news. We pray that you will find peace in knowing that there is no more suffering for Vivian and that she is now completely healed of any disease. God is always in control and comforts us who are left to grieve. Rest in His promises. We love you. Linda, Mike, Bea, Larry and Derrick
November 20, 2020
I will always remember Vivian as a loving, kind, hardworking friend. And a precious neighbor to my Mom, Shirley. Mom and Vivian grew very close to one another. She was like an adopted aunt to me. Whenever I was in town, staying with Mom, I would make sure to go across the street for a visit. We could talk about anything. I will always love "Aunt Viv", she will certainly be missed.
Keeping each of you in prayer for strength, comfort, and emotional healing. Please stay close to the Lord,He will carry you through the storm.