Cynthia Henderson Biggar, 61, passed away on June 22, 2023, in Kemp, Texas. She was born on August 2, 1961, in Kemp, Texas to parents Bobby and Melba (Benson) Henderson.
Cynthia met her best friend and love of her life, Randall Biggar and they were married on March 10, 1979, in Irving, Texas. Cynthia and Randall are lifelong residents of Kemp, where they raised their two sons, Billy and B.J. Cynthia was a tenaciously strong woman with an extremely funny and sarcastic sense of humor; she was described by her friends as "quick, smart, and sarcastically perfect." She always stood strong for her family values and would never let a child go without. Her competitive spirit made her more than a competitor; it was all about winning.
Cynthia worked for The Monitor/Cedar Creek Pilot and Impact Flooring, until she and Randy started the family-owned construction company RCB Services. Additionally, she was a longtime supporter of the KASA (Kemp Area Sports Association), where she was an active board member and coached several of the boys’ baseball teams through the years. As her boys grew and participated in Kemp ISD sports, she could often be found cheering at basketball gyms, tracks, baseball fields and football stadiums across the district. Always willing to support her team, she became a member of the Kemp Football Booster Club and supported the organization until college football became her new hobby. Randy and Cindy would load up on Friday nights and travel to watch the boys play college football every Saturday in the fall. Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Minnesota, North Dakota, they were there for kickoff. She loved everything related to kids, families and sports. Cynthia's family said there is not a stadium that exists where you could not hear her voice.
Cynthia is preceded in death by her grandparents, Ernest and Jettie Henderson; and her parents, Bobby and Melba Henderson. Cynthia is survived by her husband of 44 years, Randall Biggar of Kemp, Texas; son, Billy Biggar and wife Micha of Lindale, Texas; son, B.J. Biggar of Kemp, Texas; granddaughters, Haleigh Biggar and Breanna Biggar of Lindale, Texas; grandsons, Jaxon and Maximus Biggar of Kemp, TX; brother, Charles Henderson and wife Joy of Yantis, Texas; niece, Rebecca Henderson of Houston, Texas; and great-niece, Khloe Simonton of Houston, Texas. She will be dearly missed by all those who knew and loved her.