Bernard Higgins Obituary, Death – Beyond the suffering of this earthly world, Bernard Austin Higgins has found a place of tranquility for himself. His birthday is June 26th, 1947, and he was born in Flint, Michigan. His parents, Bernard William Higgins and LaVonne Elizabeth Higgins, as well as his infant son, John Bernard Higgins, came before him in death. Catherine Elizabeth Walker Higgins, his wife, is one among the people he leaves behind. His children are James Connelly Rice, Joseph William Higgins, and James Matthew O’Higgins, whom he shares with his wife, Julie Ann De Joya Rice. James Matthew Higgins Jr., Jacqueline Denise Rice, Jessica Georgeann Rice, Austin Burgess Higgins, Jackson William Higgins, and Katla Dedda Higgins are our grandchildren.
Rene’ Elizabeth Vanhorne and Maureen are Rene’s siblings. Denise Finn, Charles William Higgins Everything he achieved in his life was done so with a strong sense of purpose and resolve. Football for children of age Pee-Wee. Football played at the West Covina High school. From the C level all the way up to the varsity level, he was the team’s captain. The Claremont Colleges for Men. Economics and Political Science are also popular majors. He was an avid reader who particularly enjoyed history, poetry, and literature. He never stopped learning new things, and his appetite for information was never satisfied. He enjoyed nothing more than getting into a heated discussion about politics or any other topic related to current events. In everything he did, he always gave it his best effort. He played golf frequently, and his favorite rounds were those that he played with his family in Trophy Club, Texas.
He was born in Flint, Michigan, but his family relocated to Southern California when he was 9 years old. This is where he spent his childhood, grew up, and attended college. In high school, he had his first encounter with the woman who would become the love of his life, Cathy. They have now been together for 59 years and have been married for 54 of those years. He moved to Trophy Club, Texas, in 1986, and it was there that he first became enamored of the Lone Star state. He remained content in that location throughout his life. In 1992, he moved his family to Louisville, Kentucky, where he stayed until 2001. After that, he moved back to Texas with his wife Cathy, where he remained until he passed away after a long struggle with a variety of health problems. He battled the battle valiantly for a number of years, but in the end, he simply did not have the strength to carry on. He went to be with the Lord in a peaceful passing at home, where he would no longer be in pain and suffering.