Jody Ann Bigelow (Anticevich) of Port Angeles went to be home with the Lord on November 23, 2012 after a remarkable fight against pancreatic cancer.
She was born September 25th, 1960 to Beulah Wilkins and Mike (Lawrence) Bigelow. Jody is survived by her mother, two children (Kristina Waldron of Independence, OR and James Taylor of Port Angeles) and five grandchildren, her sisters Lois King, Lisa Nuzum and brother Steve Nuzum. Her soul has passed on to join her three brothers; Larry, Mark and Christopher as well as her father and step-father Floyd.
Jody loved the out-of-doors and enjoyed Crabbing with her son Jim, hunting and fishing, but also shared her gift as a quilter with many friends and family members. Jody was the first female EMT in Clallam County and served as an emergency care provider for 10 years. She loved kicking an opponent's butt at the Speed Way driving her race car. She was also a licensed cosmetologist and cared for her disabled brother Larry for several years. After his passing, Jody took to the open road and fulfilled her dream of long-haul trucking across the lower 48 states.
Jody will always be remembered for her feisty, tell-it-like-it-is personality and her friends and family will continue to tell stories of her outspoken and expressive adventures for many years to come.
A Memorial account has been set up at Sterling savings bank to help her children Cover the cost of expenses it is listed under Memorial fund for Jody Anticevich ( www.sterlingsavingsbank.com
Services: 1 p.m. Friday, celebration of life at Bethany Pentecostal Church, 508 S. Francis St., Port Angeles. The Rev. Omer Vigoren will officiate. A private burial will be at Mount Angeles Memorial Park.
Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel, Port Angeles, is in charge of arrangements.