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Kenneth Charles Bigley

Kenneth Charles Bigley Rock Springs - Kenneth Charles Bigley, 65, of Rock Springs passed away March 6, 2017 at his home following a lengthy illness. He was born December 24, 1951 in Pueblo, CO, the son of James Charles Bigley and Alice Beebe Bigley. He attended schools in Pueblo and graduated from South High School. Kenneth moved to Rock Springs in 1974. He had several different occupations including working for the school district, the oilfield and Western Wyoming Community College. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends, being in the outdoors, camping, bow shooting and rock hunting. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles #151. Survivors include his children Heath and Faith Bigley, Heather and Will Ulibarri, Jacob and Miki Bigley all of Colorado Springs, CO, and Colleen and Josh Shaw of Huntington, CA; brothers Donny and Nancy Bigley of Rock Springs, Gary Bigley of Pueblo, CO, Billy and Kent Bigley of Denver; sister Judy Flieger of Newton, Alabama; several grandchildren Matthew, Heath Jr., Zach, Brandie, Amanda, Kristopher, Reannon, Gavin, Addie and Helen. He was preceded in death by his parents Alice and James Bigley, brother James “Jimbo” Bigley and grandson Jacob C. Bigley Jr. Cremation has taken place at Fox Crematory, Rock Springs. A celebration of life will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, March 11, 2017 at the Sante Fe Southwest Grill, 1635 Elk St., Rock Springs.

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Sending my condolences and prayers to entire Bigley family. I moved to Rock Springs in 1997 And was welcomed with open arms by The Bigley family. When I got my first apartment Kenny gave me furnishings for my new place. I was flabbergasted by his generosity. I offered to pay him and he said "Take whatever you need,you don't have to pay me". I enjoyed Kenny' s stories and was always impressed to see what projects he was working on (charcoal sketches, wood carvings). Kenny always had a joke or story to tell and a beer to share. God Bless the Bigley family while mourning their loss. Rest peacefully Kenny.

Sierra Milan Mar 9 2017 12:00 AM