Bonnie Biggs-Hagins, 48, passed away peacefully on September 5, 2021 after a sudden illness.
Bonnie was born in Charleston, SC on March 24, 1973. She grew up on Johns Island and attended Wando High School, graduating in 1991. She then attended College of Charleston, graduating in 1997 with a major in psychology. Bonnie held various administrative, management and human resource positions with several food service companies over the years.
In 2001 she was married to Jonathan D. Hagins. In addition to her husband, Bonnie leaves behind two children; her son, Jonathan Hagins, II, age 19, and her daughter, Bailey Clair, age 17. Also, Bailey and Martha “Cookie” Boyer Biggs, father and mother, of Galax, Virginia; Scott and Heidi Biggs, brother, of Davis, North Carolina; Brian and Sharon Biggs, brother, of Galax, Virginia, and Karen and Richard Easterby, sister, of Charleston, SC, many nieces and nephews, and close friends.
A celebration of Bonnie’s life will be held at Folly Beach Park on October 3, 2021 from 9:00am-11:30pm. Food will be provided from 11 to 3. The celebration for her will last all day.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests that you consider a donation in Bonnie’s memory to Hospice of the Lowcountry PO box 3827 Plantation Park Drive Unit 4 Bluffton sc 29910
Dear Jonathan and family, please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear and beautiful wife and loving mother. Everything that happened is hard to comprehend, but know that you all are surrounded by love and support from your family and friends.
- Anne Horstman, Madison, GA
I am so incredibly sorry for this sudden and way too soon loss. Bonnie was a bright, passionate, beautiful woman. She will be surely missed. Jennifer McNeill Buckaloo, classmate
- Jennifer McNeill, Mount Pleasant, SC
Deep condolences extended to Jonathan, Jonathan II and Bailey Clair plus, all members of the Biggs' family. Beautiful Bonnie's loss is hard to understand, but, her light will continue to shine. Bonnie inspired many family members and friends. Bonnie will be sincerely missed.
- Constance (Connie) Campbell KERN, Walterboro, South Carolina