Captain  Jason Christopher Biggerstaff, MD
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“I was saddened when I heard of Jason's passing. He was a wonderful person who never hesitated to help others. I first met Jason during my urology...Read More »
1 of 31 | Posted by: Vassiliki - BUSM '13

“This loss has hurt all the family/friends that had the chance to know Jason. I didn't know Jason very well, But from what I have read his was a...Read More »
2 of 31 | Posted by: Thomas - Cousin

“I was a friend of Jason's for a couple brief but lasting years around 2000. He was sensitive, unusually perceptive, keenly intelligent. His...Read More »
3 of 31 | Posted by: Nathan Stout - Grand Rapids, MI

“My deepest sympathies to Mary and the family. Jason was such a beautiful young man with and huge future, whose life was taken too soon. I remember...Read More »
4 of 31 | Posted by: Tom Haynes - Dorr, MI - Friend

“Jason was so incredibly bright and sincere. He had so much talent and was so genuine. I lost part of myself with Jason and I know it will take a...Read More »
5 of 31 | Posted by: LTC Timothy C. Brand, MD - WA

“Mary, I think of you often, and offer prayers of thanks, for your kindness. Reading of Jason's passing has left me heartbroken for you and his...Read More »
6 of 31 | Posted by: Ross and Sue Weaver - Rockford, MI

“Growing up with you was sweet indeed. All of the Konkle kids playing baseball, telling stories by the campfire and tormenting all the neighbors with...Read More »
7 of 31 | Posted by: Tahiti Arsulowicz - Chicago, IL

“Our deepest sympathies to Mary and Joe and Jason's many friends and relatives. I cannot imagine the pain you are feeling for his loss far too early....Read More »
8 of 31 | Posted by: Pat Kolkman and family - Rockford, MI

“Mary and Joe, I'm so deeply sorry for your loss. I have so many memories of the Jason, Joe and Carl playing together. Jason was a great kid who grew...Read More »
9 of 31 | Posted by: Judy Roese - Grand Rapids, MI

“My heart goes out to Mary and Jo and the family. Jason was just lovely.My thoughts and prayers are with you all. ”
10 of 31 | Posted by: Katy Jo Holton - Rockford, MI

“"I recall his hands ever so thoughtfully practicing suturing with dental floss beside his "battle buddy" 2nd Lt. John D. Andersen. His calm...Read More »
11 of 31 | Posted by: CPT Chad J Coombs - Fort Sill, OK

“I remember Jason very vividly from our time at BUSM. He was a great great guy moving on to bigger things in life, and it is very sad this happened....Read More »
12 of 31 | Posted by: Sahil Jain - Boston, MA

“Jason was such a wonderful person in all arenas, I looked to him for advice and inspiration in medical school at BU and while we were in the same...Read More »
13 of 31 | Posted by: Ebonee Carter

“Jason was a source of inspiration and generosity. I'm glad I was able to call him a friend. My prayers are with the Biggerstaff family. ”
14 of 31 | Posted by: Joshua Ankerberg - Brooklyn, NY

“I'm so sad to have heard this news. I feel blessed to have known such a witty, kind, and brilliant individual as Jason. I leave the memory of a...Read More »
15 of 31 | Posted by: robb n. johnston - Ypsilanti, MI

“Jason could make me laugh until I cried, pretty much every time we would hang out! Such a brilliant, real person, and so loving toward his family. ...Read More »
16 of 31 | Posted by: Nichole - Lansing, MI - friend

“I was looking forward to being Jason's co-resident for the next 5 years. He was a good man. My deepest condolences to his family on their loss. ”
17 of 31 | Posted by: Matt Banti - Tacoma, WA

“Joe and Mary, Jason REALLY was too good for this world! I was blessed to see Jason a few weeks ago and we played 4 way catch with the football. ...Read More »
18 of 31 | Posted by: Adam Arsulowicz - Grand Rapids, MI

“Mary and family: There are no words befitting a commemorative to someone of Jason's benevolence, integrity, and dedication. Our thoughts and prayers...Read More »
19 of 31 | Posted by: Kevin Connolly - Belmont, MI

“Sending my thoughts and prayers to the Biggerstaff family. linda troyer ”
20 of 31 | Posted by: linda troyer - jerome, MI

“This is such a shock - my thoughts and prayers are with Jason's family. Jason was a hilarious individual, and always a pleasure to be around. I'm...Read More »
21 of 31 | Posted by: Cristina Mezuk - Ann Arbor, MI

“Cpt Biggerstaff was adamant on the idea of constantly improving upon ones medical knowledge. He advocated constantly refining surgical skills and...Read More »
22 of 31 | Posted by: 2Lt John D. Andersen - Phoenix, AZ

“We were in the same training platoon during BOLC. I can remember his strong soft spoken presence, and him spending his time reading his urology book....Read More »
23 of 31 | Posted by: Lt Colin Brown - Cincinnati, OH

“Dear Mary, and all the Family, I am sending my prayers that Gods love and Grace will embrace you and be with you on this day and days ahead. I am sad...Read More »
24 of 31 | Posted by: Diane biggerstaff Reno

“Our Prayers to the Family. ”
25 of 31 | Posted by: Matt & Norma Biggerstaff

“We remember taking them to their first movie when we lived across the river from them. Seemed like it was such a long time ago. Now it feels like...Read More »
26 of 31 | Posted by: Matt & Norma Biggerstaff - CA

“Mary, We are so deeply sorry to hear about Jason. Know that you and the family are in our prayers. ”
27 of 31 | Posted by: Doris Serin Family

“It breaks the heats of the entire Boston HPSP community to learn of Jason's passing. We will remember you for the time we spent together and the...Read More »
28 of 31 | Posted by: 2LT Brian Corliss - Boston, MA

“Jason will be deeply missed. My sympathy and prayers to his family. ”
29 of 31 | Posted by: T.J. Tausch - Tacoma, WA

“My thoughts are prayers are with you during this difficult time. I only knew Jason for a short amount of time, but he will never be forgotten. ...Read More »
30 of 31 | Posted by: MAJ Tracy Coffin

“So sorry for your loss, we will really miss Jason. He will be missed. ”
31 of 31 | Posted by: Rich Greene - Lacey, WA


Biggerstaff (Belmont) – Captain Jason Christopher Biggerstaff, MD aged 27 of Belmont, currently serving a surgical residency at Madigan Hospital in Tacoma, WA with the US Army, passed away due to accidental injuries on July 12, 2011.

Captain Biggerstaff, MD was preceded in death by his father, David and grandfather, Robert. Surviving are his mother, Mary Alice; sister, Kelly (Robert) Scholey; brothers, Jeremy (Nichole) and Joseph Biggerstaff; his nieces, Taylor, Carly and Rian Scholey, Madelyn; grandmothers, Marilyn Biggerstaff, Helen Rohn; several aunts and uncles.

Following his graduation from Rockford High School in 2002, Jason attended Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. He concluded his undergraduate studies at Brandeis University in 2006 receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Biology with high honors. In May of 2011 Jason received a Medical Doctorate from Boston Medical School. During his studies at BU he was recruited by the United States Army Medical Corps and accepted into the Residency Program at Madigan Hospital in Tacoma, WA.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 2:30PM Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at St Isidore Catholic Church, 628 Diamond Ave. NE., Rev. Denis Ryan, CSsR Celebrant. Jason's family will greet relatives and friends Tuesday from 4:00PM to 7:00PM at the Stegenga Funeral Chapel, 1601 Post Dr. in Belmont., and one hour prior to Mass at Church on Wednesday. Prayers of the Rosary will be recited Tuesday at 6:40PM at the funeral chapel. Graveside services will take place at Plainfield Township Cemetery where Jason will receive full Military Honors.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution towards TAPS Veteran's Service Organization.

Memories and condolences to Captain Jason Biggerstaff, MD's family may be shared at www.stegengafuneralchapel.com