Wilbert Wiggins

Jacksonville, Florida


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WIGGINS Officer Wilbert Wiggins , a well known police officer, and member of a well known pioneer family, passed away Friday, November 8, 2002 in a local hospital. Officer Wiggins was a lifelong resident of Jacksonville, FL, where he was educated in local schools of Duval County, graduating from...

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Lois, Wil Jr., Wiley and Dee
Don't think of him as gone away--
his journey's just begun
life holds so many facets
this earth is only one.
Just think of him as resting
from the sorrows and the tears
in a place of warmth and comfort
where there are no days and years.
Think how he must be wishing
that we could know today
how nothing but our sadness
can really pass away.
And think of him as living

I just want to give all my love and sympathy to the whole Wiggins family. I know I can't feel the sorrow that you all are feeling, but the "Wiggins" family are in my prays day in and day out.

P.S. Through every dark night there is a brightier day. Keep your head up and the lord will lead the way.

The Brown Family

Mrs. Wiggins,

I want to express my condolences on your loss. I was blessed to get Wilber's old Harley solo when he went to a radar car in 1981. Wilber was always a gentleman and would always greet you with a big smile and a handshake. I saw Wibler at the station before I left for vacation and upon my return was told that he had died. He will be greatly missed. May God comfort and strengthen you and your family.

Michael Fouty (JSO)

Mrs. Wiggins Kelvin Finley(former student) and I would like to express our sorrow for the lost of your husband. May the strength of the LORD be with you and your family as he see's you through this time. GOD bless you and your family
Kelvin, LaShonda and family

I was privileged to have known Officer Wiggins for many years. We began our Government careers within months of each other. He at what was to become JSO, (My first choice, but I was nearly 2 pounds under weight!), and me at the Postoffice. I retired in 1996, and married one of Mrs. Wiggin's friends, Dr. Del Bennett. We'd look forward to seeing Officer Wiggins directing traffic @ Shiloh turnouts. He always had a warm and friendly, "Hey, Mailman!" Whatta Guy! May God sustain you in...

Wilbert and I went to the police academy together in 1961 .Wilbert was the right man for the right time and the right purpose.
Wilbert, you can take off your vest
,now, you'er in the hands of God.

Semper Fi.

The Communicats center of the Sheriff's Office would like to offer our deepest sympathy to the Wiggins Family for their loss. Officer Wiggins will be truly missed by everyone. May Good keep you and your family.

The Emergency Communications Officers

To the Wiggins Family,

May God be with you at your time of need. Wilber will be missed by all.

John & Barbara Zipperer