of Fayetteville, AR
November 16, 1958 - June 15, 2023
Richard ''P-Rick'' Biggadike, Jr., 64, of Fayetteville, Arkansas passed away on Thursday, June 15, 2023, at his home with his brothers by his side.Richard was born November 16, 1958, in North Little Rock, Arkansas, to Richard Biggadike, Sr., and Peggy (Grigsby) Biggadike. He was a self-employed carpenter and painter who took great pride in his work. Rick was a well-respected member of the Outlaws Motorcycle club and truly loved his club family. He enjoyed hunting and riding his motorcycles. Richard is preceded in death by his parents, Richard Biggadike, Sr., and Peggy (Grigsby) Biggadike.He is survived by his son, Richard Seth Biggadike of Cabot, Arkansas; one granddaughter, Evelyn Biggadike of Cabot, Arkansas; a cousin, Peter Hollabaugh of Missouri; close personal friend, Amy Huffman of Cabot, Arkansas, and his brothers of the Outlaw Motorcycle club. A memorial service will be held at 12:00 PM, Saturday, July 1, 2023, at the Outlaw motorcycle clubhouse in Fayetteville, Arkansas with a memorial ride beginning at 1:00 PM.Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Roller Funeral Home. Honorary Pallbearers are the members of the Outlaws Motorcycle club.
Rick,I will never forget that laugh!It would instantly light up the entire room!RIP brother Jeff holt
See you later brother find us a good place to hunt tell Maggie high thanks outlaws he truly love his brothers.
Rick was such an awesome man he definitely made the world a better place if anyone knew him would agree rest in peace my friend youâ€™ll be missed severely God Bless
Rick raised me when my own dad couldn't be bothered. Seth is my little brother. I wish I would've gotten the chance to tell him how much he meant to me. I really hope he knows that I loved him and will always miss him! He once told me he wanted the song These Days by Foo Fighters played at his funeral. I hope his last wishes are honored. He also took care of my dog Marley when I couldn't keep him anymore. I heard he ended up being a club house dog. I hope you are reunited with grandma Peg, pawpaw and Marley! I love you, Rick ðŸ©·
Rick was a big hearted person and Iâ€™ll never forget his smile and distinctive laugh. And many laughs we had on the rivers of Arkansas starting back in the early 80s. RIP my friend.
I want to say a Big Thank You to Ricks Outlaw Brothers for taking care of him. Itâ€™s comforting to know that he was surrounded by great friends. He loved being an Outlaw. RIP my Brother Rick. Thank you for your friendship , the fun times, and the many happy memories.
WOWâ€¦.still in shock and saddened, but feel blessed too. He was a very dear friend of mine since we met in college, had a lot of great memories. Caught up with him first of March and rode ATV all day together and had a great personal conversation. He looked great and was having fun. Always my brother! ðŸ™
When I think of Rick, I think about him and his two chocolate labs on our annual float/camping trips. Good dogs and a better man. You will be missed my brother. Avra
To Rick and family, You will be greatly missed by myself and all of your UCA Pike Brothers. I always enjoyed your company. May we all meet again! Rest In Peace my brother!
Rick,May God bless your family and friends . May God bless the departed ,Rick Biggadike, You will be greatly missed and remembered.Meyer Pi Kappa AlphaUCASpring 84â€™