In Memory

Stephen L Riggens

Stephen L Riggens

Stephen Lee Riggens, 69, of Magnolia, Texas, born and raised in Moline, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014.
Steve enjoyed antiquing, fishing, hunting, and traveling, with family being his top priority. Steve was a kind and generous man who always put others before himself.
He is survived by his wife and best friend, Patricia; his three children and their spouses, David and Teresa Riggens Baxter, Michael and Susan Riggens, and Anthony and Jennifer Riggens. Steve was a loving and fun grandpa to Katherine (12), Hannah (10), Ryan (10), Caroline (6), Taylor (5), Henna (5), and Samuel (3). Steve also had a close bond with his brother, Art, and his wife, Tracey.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation in Steve's name.



 
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09/30/14 07:19 PM #1    

Sandra J Stratton (Womack)

Earl and I are sorry to hear of his passing. 

Our sympathy goes out to his wife and kids and grand kids. 

As well as all his friends.

We are sure he will be missed. 

Sandy and Earl Womack. 

 


10/01/14 11:46 AM #2    

Robert L Sandberg

My sympathy goes out to his wife and kids and grand kids, and his friends in Texas as well here in then QC.

I sure he will be missed. 

Bob Sandberg


10/01/14 02:35 PM #3    

Thomas L Magnuson

My condolence to Steve's wife and family for their loss.  He was good classmate and will be missed.  


10/01/14 02:58 PM #4    

Jerry W Soukup

I am very sorry to hear of Steve ("Rig's") passing and forward my condolences to his wife and family.   Steve and I were in the same home room / classes at Calvin Coolidge.   I consider Steve a good friend from then on through MHS and while I was attending BHJC.   He was person you could count on and we enjoyed some great times.  The years past and we went our separate ways living in different parts of the U.S., but I always knew if  we got together, our friendship would pick up as if nothing had passed.   We managed to miss attending the same MHS Reunions, so the catching up never happened.   I am sad for missing that opportunity.  


10/01/14 04:13 PM #5    

Lana R Jacobs

Dear Steve's Family: My sincere sympthany to Steve's wife, children, grandchildren and friends. I remember Steve from when we both attended Calvin Coolidge Jr. High in Moline and then went on to MHS, graduating with the class of 1962. The smile on his face could light up the room and from Jr.High to High School his demeanor never changed.......always respectful, kind and happy. I remember seeing him at a couple of our class reunions and he still had those bright and kind eyes. Rest In Peace Steve and know that you made a difference while on this earth and that you will always be remembered for your caring ways. Sincerely, Lana Jacobs


10/02/14 12:05 PM #6    

Frances R Harris

Steve was always happy, friendly, and kind. We are lucky to have had him in our class, and I immediately thought of his great smile when I saw him picture. Best wishes to his family, who undoubtly have the best memories of all.


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