So many good memories as kids when you and your brothers would visit your grandparents on Maryland St. Those were the good ‘ol days. Hide and go seek, bike tag, and whatever else we could get into. Rest In Peace old friend.
Met you in 1983 through my ex Curt Dillinger. I’ll never forget the river… Weekend on the boat… Hydro races… Parties… Of course… The time you drove Curt to Eville just so he could see his daughter in the hospital.. Heart of gold with a smile to match. You will be missed but tell Curt hello and you two try to behave!!
You will be missed. Rest in Peace. Your painting and drinking buddy, Steve Shofstall.
My first love! What a wonderful guy . Many memories of all of us on Hartford Ct. So many memories with 2 David’s, Terry , Joey , Mike & Timmy, Lori & Jo ! High school days , we were too cool for school. My love to his kids and grandkids. And of course you Mike & Timmy . Rest In Peace my precious friend . Loved you then and always a special place in my heart for you. Until we meet again
RIP my ol friend..was a long time ago on Old State..riding bikes and making candles. Will never forget when you drove JoAnn Crooks bike into the front window of Bar-Nunn. Damn throttle cable’s…always just like the old days every time we ran into each other….you will be always thought of and missed….
Joel “Joey” Craig Biggerstaff, 60, passed away on November 25, 2020. He was born on January
7, 1960 to Jimmy and Rachel (Coleman) Biggerstaff in Evansville, Indiana.
Joey worked as a painter for over 35 years. He loved living on the river. He also enjoyed drag
racing motorcycles with his brother Tim. Joey had a close personal relationship with Jack
Daniels and Marlboros. Growing up, Joey and his brothers spent a lot of time at their Granny’s
with their cousins, Kami and Sean.
Joey is survived his two children, Lexie Biggerstaff (James Davis) and Luke Biggerstaff
(Makayla Barnes); three grandchildren, Preston, Aiden, and Owen Davis; two brothers, Tim and
Michael Biggerstaff; one niece, Courtney Biggerstaff; and former spouse and friend, Dawn
Joey is preceded in death by his parents and grandparents.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to Sunset
Funeral Home to assist the family with expenses.
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