Bernice Ann Bigge

Dates

September 22, 1942 - February 23, 2011

Obituary

 

 

Bernice Ann Bigge was born September 22, 1942, at Corsica, SD, to Corney and Margaret (Van Zee) Klein. She grew up and attended school at Platte. On October 1, 1964, she married William Bigge at Armour. She was a resident of Armour until 1975, when they moved to Mount Vernon. She was a certified Nursing Assistant at the Storla Sunset Home for eighteen years. She was a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Mount Vernon and enjoyed knitting, crocheting and playing cards.

She is survived her husband, William, one daughter, Brenda Johnson and husband, Kevin of Reliance, one son, Brian Bigge of Mount Vernon, and three grandchildren: William, Robert and Hailey. She was preceded in death by her parents.

 


Visitation(s)

To Be Announced

Service

Date
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Time
10:30 AM
Location
Bittner Funeral Chapel
805 West Havens
Mitchell, South Dakota

Cemetery

Mount Vernon Cemetery
Mount Vernon, South Dakota


Posted by Robbie Johnson on February 25, 2011
I am going to miss u grandma. LOVE YOU!
Posted by Pamela Pierce on February 25, 2011
I will miss you. I know I only worked with you briefly as a teenager at Storla, but you made a lasting impression on me. I remember feeling like part of a big family there, and you were a joy to work with. May your joy and happiness shine on all of your loved ones forever.
Posted by Madonna Bigge Padovano on February 25, 2011
Uncle Billy, Brenda, Brian and Families,

My thoughts are with you all. Aunt Bernice was such a sweetheart and I can only pray that my mom was one of many that were there to meet her when she entered into Heaven. She will truly be missed by all of us who loved her.
Posted by Janelle Stewart on February 25, 2011
Brenda,
I always enjoyed visiting with your mom during our rummage sales--she always had a smile and gave us a few laughs for the day. Take Care.
Posted by Barbie Haynes on February 24, 2011
We will miss Bernice very much. She was such a special part of our lives and we'll miss talking to her on the telephone every day. Take care Brenda--we are here for you.
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