Roy Everett Bigleggins, 45, passed away peacefully at Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point, MT on November 22, 2021. He was born in Wolf Point, MT on August 22, 1976 to Clarice Follette Bigleggins and Dwight Bigleggins. He attended school in Frazer and Helena, MT. Later receiving his GED and high school diploma from Trapper Creek Job Corp in Darby, MT. He received a certificate in Culinary Arts while in Trapper Creek Job Corp. He worked as a cook at Sky Ute Casino in Ignacio, Colorado. A job he really enjoyed. He met Carlita Armstrong at Job Corp and began a relationship. They moved back to Ignacio where they started a family. They had a daughter, Jessika Bigleggins and a son Brandon Bigleggins whom he loved a lot and spoke of often. They later separated. He later met Thella Howell and they were married in 2009. They resided in Ignacio, Colorado until her passing in 2013. They loved riding bikes together and traveling. They didn’t like to stay home. Sometimes taking off to Denver or Albuquerque, just for a ride. Roy moved back to Wolf Point to live with his mom after her passing. He loved to travel, ride bike with his wife, watch movies, listen to music, draw pictures (he was a self-taught artist). He liked hanging out with his brother Chris and visiting with all his street friends and his close friend Patty Shyface. He will be missed by his friends, family, relatives and most of all his children. We love you, Roy.
He is survived by his children. Jessika and Brandon Bigleggins, grandchildren Ayden, Mason, Miles, Jayjay Bigleggins and Eldon, Eli and Alyssa Follette, mother Clarice (Dewayne) Bigleggins, brother Christopher Marlo Follette, uncles Dennis (Flora) Follette, Benson Follette, Dooley (Francis) Bigleggins, Franklin (Roxane), Rodney Turntoes, aunts Thelma (Manny) Smith, Rose (Bobby) White and numerous other relatives.
Preceded in death by his father Dwight Bigleggins, grandparents Bernice (Melvin) Turntoes, Isaac (Eva Firemoon) Follette, uncles Leroy Follette, Sherwin, Harold and Eugne Bigleggins, many more relatives too many to mention, but not forgotten. Roy had a very large family. We’re sorry if we missed anyone it wasn’t intentional.