David Higbee

David Arthur Higbee

1941 - 2024

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David Arthur Higbee, a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and brother, passed away peacefully on April 4, 2024, at the age of 82. He was born on April 6, 1941, in Oklahoma, the first child of Dorothy Evelyn Rollins and Arthur Hill Higbee.

Growing up in Norman, Oklahoma, he enjoyed serving as the drum major in his high school band. He pursued higher education at the University of Oklahoma, where he earned a degree in Design, laying the foundation for a successful career.  He moved to Dallas to begin his career with a design company.

On September 25, 1982, David married Evelyn (Evie) Marrow. Shortly after he started his own business in Fort Worth which thrived for many years. Outside of work, David's passion for golf brought him joy and relaxation, while his faith found expression through his membership at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church.

David loved to travel and had the opportunity to visit many countries. He also had a keen appreciation for music and the arts.

David is survived by his wife Evie, his daughter Cie Gee and her husband Ronnie of San Antonio, his grandchildren Noah (21) and Sam (16), and his brothers, Jim Higbee of Fort Worth and Phillip Higbee of Benbrook.

Service: 2:00 p.m. Friday, April 26th, at the columbarium of St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church 2700 McPherson Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76109. Family and friends are welcome. 

In leu of flowers, please donate to The First Tee, an organization that supports youth success through the game of golf.  www.firstteeftworth.org



2:00 pm
Friday, April 26, 2024
St. Stephen Presbyterian Church
2700 McPherson Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
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1941 - 2024

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