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In Memory of Stephen Wiggins

Stephen B. Wiggins, age 73, of Hudson, WI, passed away the evening of April 3rd, 2020 at his home. Steve was born in Missouri to parents George and Vi Wiggins. Though he was born in Missouri, Steve grew up in Hudson, and graduated from Hudson High School. On August 12th of 1966, Steve married Peg Wiggins. Steve worked for Andersen Windows in Bayport, MN for 36 years, and held jobs in several departments. He enjoyed painting, going hunting and fishing, attending Wisconsin Short-Track races, and watching NASCAR on television. During his 19 years of retired life, Steve spent as much time as possible at his cabin up north.

Steve is survived by his wife Peg; daughter, Stacey; son, Corey; daughter-in-law Stephanie Wiggins; sisters, Vicki Weseman, and Lesley Pyle; and buddies, Jerry Peterson, and Bruce Pietrus. He is preceded in death by his parents; and sister, Wendy Peterson.

A Private Memorial for Steve is being planned for a later date. Memorials for Stephen’s family may be mailed to: O’Connell Family Funeral Home, Care of Steve Wiggins Family, 520 11th St. S. Hudson, WI 54016, to be forwarded on your behalf.

Services have been entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home of Hudson, www.oconnellfuneralhomes.com, 715-386-3725.

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    • Steve was a great fellow Andersen employee. A hard worker, friendly person and good natured. Last saw him at Fleet Farm, the Men’s mall. I’ll miss seeing him. May he rest in peace.

    • Peg and family,
      Sorry to hear about Steve’s passing. We went to grade school and graduated high school together. Just saw him at WalMart about a week ago and at the YMCA now and then. And of course, riding his scooter around town. A quite and gentle soul who I am sure left you with many fond memories. God Bless.

    • Steve was one of the first people to welcome us to Ward Lake 14 years ago, He will be missed by many around the lake. Tom and Ellen Gnan