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In Memory of

Ernest Anthony Vosges, Jr.

February 3, 1971 - September 20, 2015

Obituary


BiggE Vosges, "Ernest Anthony Vosges, Jr", 44 of Atlanta died on Sunday, the 20th of September 2015. He was born on Wednesday, the 3rd of February 1971, in Queens, NY. A former NFL Denver Bronco, BiggE had nearly two decades of experience within the field of security. He started in the field with Tri-way Security. His dedication and professionalism earned him a supervisory position with Tri-way in a few short months. He was entrusted with high-profile assignments such as the highly media covered strike on New York's famous Tavern on the Green Restaurant. BiggE supervised...

BiggE Vosges, "Ernest Anthony Vosges, Jr", 44 of Atlanta died on Sunday, the 20th of September 2015. He was born on Wednesday, the 3rd of February 1971, in Queens, NY. A former NFL Denver Bronco, BiggE had nearly two decades of experience within the field of security. He started in the field with Tri-way Security. His dedication and professionalism earned him a supervisory position with Tri-way in a few short months. He was entrusted with high-profile assignments such as the highly media covered strike on New York's famous Tavern on the Green Restaurant. BiggE supervised the security for large venues such as Shea Stadium for such acts as the Rolling Stones. He went on to become a partner of Styles Security/Emissary Security of New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles. He also pursued modeling and acting, and had a co-star role as Xeno on the TV series Necessary Roughness. With the busy schedule of acting and other entrepreneurial endeavors he remained a very devoted and loving husband, father, son and friend. BiggE also had a passion for the automotive industry. He owned and operated multiple auto customization shops in New York and Atlanta. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Erica Vosges of the home; mother, Patricia Vosges of Queens, NY; father and his wife, Ernest A. Vosges Sr. and Cheryl of Orlando, FL; and children, Dominique, Brittany, Joseph, Endia, and Emori; sisters, Christy of San Diego, CA, Tina of Orlando, FL; and brother, Kip of GA. Services Celebrating BiggE's life will be conducted on Saturday, the 26th of September at eleven o'clock in the morning at Arlington Chapel. Interment will follow at Arlington Memorial Park. Friends are cordially invited to a visitation with the family Friday from six until eight o'clock in the evening with a wake commencing at half past seven o'clock at H. M. Patterson & Son Arlington Chapel, 173 Allen Road, NE, Sandy Springs, GA 30328.