Dorothy "Dottie" Biggs

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Dorothy "Dottie" Biggs

Dorothy "Dottie" Biggs passed away January 28, 2017.  She was born in Hannibal, Missouri to Sam and Verna Booth, married R.I. "Bo" Biggs on May 13, 1951, moved to Denver where she was employed in the Food Brokerage business.  She retired in 1995 to enjoy golf and bowling and never missed a Bronco game. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Bob Booth and her husband of 29 years Bo. She is survived by her daughter Kathy (Rodney) Nelson, grandson Scot, granddaughter Kim, great grandchildren, Austin, Savannah, Kelci and Hayden. At her request a private family service will be held where she will join Bo.

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  1. Dottie was a wonderful lady. I had the privilege to bowl with her on the Paradise Lost league and play golf with her in Meadow Hills Women's Golf Assoc. She was energetic and an inspiration to everyone who knew her.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you, Karen Watson

  2. Family of Dorothy. We were so sorry to hear of Dorothy's death. WE have known her for over 40 years as Bob worked with her in the grocery business. We have remained in contact with her each year, at least at Christmas time. Upon our move back to Denver from Houston, we have had dinners together and some great poker games. She has been a great inspiration to us in her ability to keep so active. She has always had a sincere interest in our family. She is greatly missed.
    Please accept our condolences.
    Bob and Betty Sorge

  3. I'm so sad to hear of Dottie's death. Please accept the condolences from Paradise Lost Bowling and me, personally. I had a good relationship with Dottie as a team member and the league…I loved to tease her and watch her big smile! Karen

  4. Dottie was a wonderful lady and friend. I enjoyed playing golf with her
    at Meadow Hills, and Fitzsimons Golf Leagues. I will miss her. My
    deepest sympathy to her family. Sue McCollom

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