Judith Ann (Barr) Biggs, 81, of Nashua, NH and formerly of Tyngsboro and Chelmsford.

Judith Ann (Barr) Biggs, 81, of Nashua, NH and formerly of Tyngsboro and Chelmsford, died late Friday night, August 28, 2020 at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in Nashua, NH.

She was married to the late Richard M. Biggs, who died on January 8, 1999.

Born in New London CT, she was the daughter of the late James and Beatrice (Hoyt) Barr.

She graduated from Natick High School with the class of 1956 and earned a college certificate from the Chandler School for Women in Boston.

She was an avid bowler and a member of the Tuesday Trio of Alpine Bowling in Chelmsford, an avid miniaturist and a member of Small Impressions   She also loved to knit and cherished her knitting club meetings.

She is survived by her children Steven Biggs and his wife Terri of Amesbury, Ma, Randolph Biggs and his wife Kellie of Nashua, NH, Lawrence Biggs of Steep Falls, ME, and Jonathan Biggs and his wife Nancy of Seekonk, MA, 11 grandchildren, three great grandchildren, six nieces, two nephews, and countless dear friends.

She was the companion of the late Richard Morse, and the sister of the late Richard Barr and Nancy Cloutier.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend her visiting hours on Thursday, September 3, 2020 from 3Pm to 7Pm at the Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex St., Chelmsford. A graveside service will be held Friday, September 4, 2020 at 11 am at Fairview Cemetery, Main St., Chelmsford. Memorials may be made in her name to the American Diabetes Assoc., 330 Congress St., Boston, MA 02210 www.diabetes.org or to the American Heart Assoc., P.O. Box 417005, Boston, MA 02241. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.


14 Condolences for Judith Ann (Barr) Biggs, 81, of Nashua, NH and formerly of Tyngsboro and Chelmsford.

    Bob and Judy Culgin

    Rest In Peace Judy. We recall the happy times traveling with fellow Streetrodders and holiday season parties. Regards to your family We will miss you

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    Louise LaFlamme

    Judy was a kind and talented lady. My deepest sympathy to the family.
    Sincerely, Louise LaFlamme
    ( one of the water lilies )

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    Dottie Schaffner

    Judy will be missed at the luncheons with the pool ladies. Her creativity was amazing. RIP. God bless her children at this sad time.
    Dottie Schaffner

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    Linda Black

    Dear Steve and Terri,
    I am so saddened to hear of your mom’s passing. I used to bowl with Judy years ago. She was so much fun and had a wonderful personality. She also taught me how to knit and shared with me her fabulous dollhouse creations. Thinking of you during this sad time.

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    Kathy and Dave Silveira

    Randy, Kellie, Alyssa, Jason and Meaghan

    We are very sorry for your loss but very happy that we got to meet your Mom and enjoy her dollhouses. Much Love. Kathy and Dave

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    Dennis O'Brien

    We’ve lost a great lady who was a friend to everyone she met. I met her in 1972 thru street rodding and got to know Rick and Judy very well over the years and had an enjoyable trip with them to Hawaii where Rick got to show us his high school in Honolulu. Their Christmas parties were always a pleasure to attend and they were always great hosts whenever we met. The boys will certainly miss their Mom, and the rest of us have lots of great memories that will last forever. R.I.P. Judy

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    Skip Readio

    What a great lady. Like Dennis, I knew her fro way back in the seventies. She was always a treat to be around. Even as far away as Canberra, Australia it was a real treat to suddenly run into her at a hot rod event. Condolences to her extended family. R.I.P. Judy

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    Gene Paniccia

    Rode to many street rod events with the gang. They were fun people to be around. I am sorry that I don’t know the family but please accept my condolences.
    Gene “Cool 48” Paniccia

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    Woody & Karen Woodward

    It’s with great sorrow we heard of Judy’s passing. She was a great friend over the last 45 plus years. Many, many miles in hot rods all over the US and Canada. Yearly Christmas parties at there house and ours. Not to mention the Hawaii trip. Karen and Judy could talk islands and crafts for hours on end. Great memories we will cherish forever. Many condolences to the boys and their extended family. Till we meet again, RIP Judy, Rick, and Dick……

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    Ron and Maggie Lucas

    What a joy Judy always was to be around. We had so many laughs and great times in our street rod travels. One of my favorite things was attending their Christmas party. It was always a great time with friends and family. To the family our deepest condolences. Judy may be gone, but the memories will last forever.

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