MISSING U SWEETHEART ,WORDS CANT DESCRIBE WHAT AM GOING THOUGH,I LOVE U SO MUCH,THANK U FOR LOVING ME BACK.ANGELIA AM TRYING MY BEST DARLING TO GET THINGS DONE, AS I THINK OF U EVERY SECOND OF THE HOUR, GOD GOT HIMSELF ANOTHER AMAZING ANGEL,AND AM JUSTED MISSING U SO MUCH,I DONT EVEN KNOW HOW MY LIFE CAN GO ON WITHOUT U BUT SWEETHEART U ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART ALSO TOUCH MY HEART LIKE NO OTHER YOUR WIFE ANGELA WIGGS XOXO P.S. ASK GOD TO SAVE MY PLACE CLOSE TO U AS I HOPE I SEE U AGAIN ALSO IF GOD GRANTS ME TO JOIN HIM AND HIS ANGELS ONE DAY WHEN HES READY FOR ME.,I HOPE I BE WITH U ,DADDY,DAKOTA,ALSO THE REST OF OUR LOVE ONES AS I WILL ONLY BELIEVE IN GOD AND DO MY BEST I CAN HERE ON THIS EARTH AS I DO GO ON ,I WILL BE PLAYING OUR MUSIC ALSO THINKING OF OUR BEATIFUL TXS TOGETHER .XOXO
William Wiggs, 73, passed away on July 8, 2021. He was born on October 20, 1947 to William C. Wiggs and Mary Wiggs in Elberfeld, Indiana.
After completing his education, he served his country and worked for many years in the United States Air Force. William, however, had many jobs in his life. He was a hard worker and loved to travel. He had many adventures, including living in Thailand, New Mexico, and Florida. He spent many years riding his Harley Davidson Classic and taking care of his horse, Betsy. He enjoyed his trips to the mountains and many other places in the world. William was also a believer and loved the lord, he had so much faith. He enjoyed music and spending time with his friends and family, including his animals. He was an animal lover.
William is survived by his loving wife, Angela Wiggs; his mother, Mary Wiggs; his sisters, Lisa (Daniel) North and Debbie (Glen) Davis; his brothers-in-law, Frank and Sonny; his step-mother-in-law, Elizabeth Ost; his nephew and two nieces; his best friend, “Bro”; his many close friends with the VA; as well as his beloved pets.
William was preceded in death by his father, William C. Wiggs; and his son, Jonathon Wiggs; father-in-law, Herman Ost
Private family services will be held at a later date at Sunset Memorial Park in Evansville, IN. Sunset Funeral Home is honored to be assisting the family with services.
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