There is an open gate at the end of the road through which each must go alone. Vera Lee Inez Biglow entered that gate on Monday Morning, June 29, 2020 around 6:44 A.M.
It was in Nuyaka, Oklahoma, where Roger and Ida [Adams] Pickens were blessed with a daughter on March 31, 1932 and they named her Vera Lee Inez Pickens. She attended Mt. Pleasant Elementary School and later, Rosenwald High School near Henryetta, Oklahoma and also later, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, Okmulgee.
The scripture states 'I must work the works of Him that sent me...." Vera accepted Christ in 1948 at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Nuyaka, Oklahoma, where she served the Lord as Sunday School Superintendent.
She met and later married the late Milton Biglow, and their union was blessed with four children; Connie, then Carolyn, Linda, and ultimately Keith. This union was later dissolved.
She united with Eastside Baptist Church in 1958, where she served the Lord faithfully as Baptist Training Union President, Secretary of the Mission and Usher. She was a woman of great faith and a loyal friend. Later in life, she united with St. Matthews Missionary Baptist Church, under the pastoral guidance of Reverend McKinley Rice, and she remained a faithful, tithing member. She loved her Church and loved the special attention she received from the fellowship.
During her lifetime, she provided for her family working in various capacities, which prepared her for her duties as a Deputy County Clerk. She worked in the Okmulgee County Courthouse for over 25 years before her retirement August 1, 1994. After retirement, she then helped her son when the funeral home was built in Okmulgee, until "he" fired her to make her enjoy life more!
Affectionately referred to as "Babe" by longtime friends and grandchildren, Vera enjoyed having a good time with family, friends and her other organizations that she was involved in. She was a longtime, faithful member of Okmulgee City Wide Prayer Band, a 50 year member of the Heroines of Jericho, and a member of the Order of Eastern Star.
John 14:18 states I will not leave you comfortless: Those that are being comforted; her daughters, Dr. Connie Ann Anderson, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, Carolyn Joy Flynn, Spencer, Oklahoma and Linda Faye Bailey, Houston, Texas; her son, Keith Dwight Biglow [ Shanda], Muskogee, Oklahoma; her grandchildren, Dr. Marvin Leo DeJear, Jr., [Deidre], Travis Rashad Wilson [Yoshiva], Marshall Leo DeJear, II [Tamyra], Ashley Nicole Bailey, Tristan Lewis Wilson, Lauren Natrail Bailey, Andre Keith Biglow, Kaitlin Keith Biglow and Kaleb Keith Biglow; her great-grandchildren, Tavion Wilson and Tyara Wilson, Miyana Leshawn DeJear, Makayla Lee DeJear, Marshall Leo DeJear, III and Mason Leo DeJear; Kylan Wilson, Laila Wilson, and Riley Wilson, Xavier Eric Alva, Nicholas Eric Alva and Jordyn Nicole Alva one great-great-grandchild, Karsen Perry; along with a caravan of other relatives her loyal dog, "Tia" and many friends, including her dearest friend, Mrs. Willie Brown, as well as others, too numerous to name.
** ALL VISITATIONS AND SERVICES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ALL ARE KINDLY REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS AND ADHERE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING AT THE FUNERAL HOME AND AT THE CEMETERY **
You may visit Ms. Biglow, as she slumbers in her Mahogany Couch, on Saturday, from 11:00 AM until 2:00 PM, in the People's Chapel of the Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc., in Muskogee.
You may visit her on Sunday, from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM, in the Chapel of Peace of the Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc., in Okmulgee, Oklahoma and also on Monday, from 10:00 AM until the funeral procession departs at 7:00 PM.
The Memorial Service for the Eastern Stars and also for the Heroines of Jericho will be on Sunday, beginning at 5:00 PM in Okmulgee. The public is welcome to attend.
A Sunset, graveside ceremony will be shared on Monday evening, gathering at 7:30 PM in the Okmulgee Cemetery. Her Pastor, Reverend McKinley Rice, St. Matthew Baptist Church, Okmulgee, will give the Words of Comfort, and Reverend Judson Fields, Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church, Okmulgee, will preside. The Christian Commital will be rendered by Dr. Lee E. Cooper, Jr., Pastor of Prospect Baptist Church, Oklahoma City.
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