Johnnie Maurice Bigham

January 28, 1937 - March 24, 2021

Johnnie Maurice Bigham, 84, of Wildwood, died Wednesday, March 24, 2021.  He was born on January 28, 1937, in Amherst, to Clare Geneva Harvey Bigham and John Franklin Bigham.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy Bigham; children, Jack Caviness of Levelland; Melissa Northcutt and her husband, Doug, of Georgetown; Treg Bigham and his wife, Renee’, of San Angelo; and Keetha Gresham and her husband, Mike, of Levelland; grandchildren, Keelee Burkholder and her husband, Ben, of Lubbock; Heath Gresham and his wife, Sara, of Levelland; Hank Northcutt and his wife, Jamie, of Houston; Davis Northcutt of Tyler; Cody Caviness of Levelland; Kyle Caviness of Lubbock; and Heather Latzel and her husband, Derek, of Levelland; and great-grandchildren, Londyn and Gray Burkholder, Landry and Luke Gresham, and Gage Bigham.  He is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Norman Bigham and sister, Lavoe Peeler.

Mr. Bigham’s memorial service will be held at a later date at the family ranch in Mason, Texas.  His committal was held at Broussard’s Crematorium, under the direction of Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Caring is Sharing, 308 South Beaver Street, Woodville, Texas 75979.

Broussard's Crematorium

Broussard's Crematorium
  • 5150 stivers street beaumont tx 77705

Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee, TX

Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee, TX
  • 490 cemetery road silsbee tx 77656

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Cheryl Koff

Aunt Nancy I am so sorry for your loss. I will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts.

Gains Wolcott

My honor and privilege to have known Maurice,,we had lots of golf games together.! Rest in peace my friend, never to be forgotten, Gains Wolcott.

Robin Bray

I’ll see you at “the lake”, my dearest friend. My heart is broken! Nancy, may all your fond memories comfort you. With all my love, Robin.

Eleanor Alden

We will always miss Maurice, and remember the weeks of music, laughter, and stories he and Nancy shared with so many in Pagosa Springs, his childhood special summer home. The flute world has lost a very special and gifted man

Linda Harvey Harrell

Nancy, I am so, so sorry to hear of Maurice’s passing! You and Maurice have been on my mind lately and I was planning on sending you both a message to see how you were doing.. I am truly heartbroken for you and your family as well as losing such a dear friend! Maurice was such a gentle, kind and funny man and I loved him, too! Anyone who knew him loved Maurice!! You and Maurice were such a special couple together; I could easily see the strength in your love. Please know you and your family are in my thoughts, heart and prayers . Those of the flute community know that loss as well. Maurice was truly a very special man in so many ways. He and Mr. Bill will surely provide Heaven with lots of laughter and music.....and I like to think of Maurice there with the smile he always wore. Take care, Nancy.

Darlene Mortenson

Until we meet again dear cousin.

Joan and Jeffrey Johannes

You have our sympathy. The world is a sadder place without Maurice in it.

Ron and Karen Sikora

Our prayers are with you and your family. Sweet music is being played in heaven.

Dick and Valeta Bailey

We will miss our old friend. Sympathy to the family.

Mary Marcom Vines

What a joy after not seeing Maurice since Levelland High School in the 1950's to get reaquainted at Golden Fifties gatherings, to learn of our mutual love of Mason County where our familoy has a little cottage, and to see and hear him play his exquisitely crafted flutes. We send sympathy to his family but know heaven's music will be more beautiful with the addition of Maurice's talents.

Grace Wheeler Rogers

Nancy and family, I am an old Levelland High School classmate of Maurice's so I knew him from elementary school through our graduation in 1955 from LHS.. He always attended our reunions and often played his Indian flute for us. He grew dearer to me each time I saw him, always smiling and full of good humor and grace. I was saddened and shocked to read of Maurice's death as he seemed so full of life when we met last in 2019. I send you and all of the family my deepest condolence at the loss of this fine man. He cast a bright light each time we met. Rest in peace and love, dear friend. With love and sympathy, Gracie, (as Maurice called me)

Douglas M Peterson

I was surprised and shocked to learn this. I'll always remember his tender, thoughtful support, and encouragement when Suzi was terminal. He was so talented and very interesting. A one-of-a-kind guy. I'm so sorry for Nancy and the whole family. I'll be praying for your grief to heal in peace. Doug & Julie Peterson