Rebecca Ann Biggs

Rebecca Ann Biggs, age 78, of Amarillo, Texas went to be with her Lord and Savior in on March 11, 2023, with her beloved husband Ed at her side.

Memorial services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 15, 2023, at Paramount Baptist Church, 3801 S. Western St., in Amarillo on March 15, 2023, with Pastor Lance Herrington officiating.

Rebecca was born December 25, 1943, to Benjamin and Hazel Roberson in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

She was preceded in death by her parents Benjamin and Hazel Roberson; her brother Ben Roberson; her late husband Robert Austin; a sister Belva Hively, and her nieces Lori Lynch and Debbie Lipscomb.

Those left to cherish her memory are her husband Ed Biggs (Edpaw); her sons Colby Miller and Drew Austin; and stepson Kyle Biggs; her grandkids Austin, Levi, Javan, Seth, Trinity, Madi, Meredith, Mia; her great-grandchildren Adaline, Japeth, Jackson, Joseph, and many more great nieces and nephews.

The family suggests donations to The Singing Church Women of Oklahoma instead of flowers.
and please select “Singing Churchwomen of Oklahoma”


  1. Cooper Linda

    Oh Sweet Singing Sister, I know you are now breathing better than ever before and you can hold a note as long as you need to while you are singing praises to our Lord Jesus.. No more pain, no more sickness!! Keep the light on, Becky…we will join you at our own appointed time… “and our voice will never tire or grow old, and our song will ever be ‘Praise the Lamb who died for me’ and we’ll sing it while ages shall roll.”

  2. Suzanne Clark

    A precious lady who was always bright and kind. I loved singing in SCW with her!

  3. Donita Cooper

    Becky was always ready with that beautiful smile to greet us singing sisters. I loved to hear her sing solos with that “young and smooth sounding voice”. Precious soul, she will b missed?

  4. Cleata Brown

    Becky, your smile and sweet spirit was needed in Heaven. Enjoy your eternal home.

  5. Dixie Grothe

    Becky, you were always there with a bright smile and I have missed you. But know I will see you again. Sing sweetly in heaven and I will see you later.

  6. RuDell and John Adkison

    Becky, you were such a joy to know. We have missed your sweet, smiling face and your warm hugs. We know you are singing joyful praises now. We will meet again.

  7. Anonymous

    Sweet Singing Sister…singing for eternity. We’ll all join you later. Loved you and your sweet smile.

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