Trenton Lee Wiggins

Trenton Lee Wiggins, age 29, of Hazen, Arkansas, went to be with his Savior and Lord on May 22, 2022. Trenton was born August 22, 1992. He was a graduate of Hazen High School, the class of 2010. He was a Navy veteran serving 4 years and was stationed in Japan on the USS Richard BonHomme. He was a loving son and was and avid sports fan, especially football. He enjoyed watching his sister and cousins play sports for the Hazen Hornets. Trenton enjoyed fishing and camping and watching all kinds of movies. He asked Jesus Christ into his heart at the age of nine while attending Budd Creek Church Camp and was baptized January 18, 2001.

Trenton was preceded in death by his grandparents, Elmer and Frankie Floyd; his great-grandfather, Jerry Raper and great-grandmother, Birdie Baxter.

He is survived by his mother, Sheila Tosh Uhiren and husband, Jeffery Uhiren of Slovak; his father, Rick Wiggins and sister, Chase Wiggins of Hazen; his grandparents, Charles and Pam Tosh of Hazen; his great-grandmother, Shirley Raper of Hazen; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and other family and friends.

Visitation will be Wednesday, May 25, 2022 from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M. at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen.  Funeral services will be 10:00 A.M., Thursday, May 26, 2022 at the Pleasant Ridge Missionary Baptist Church.  Burial will be in the Walter’s Chapel Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Butch Blumhorst, Tanner Blumhorst, Brody Goode, Joe Hodges, Dane Huffstickler, Scott Ingle, Cleo Penn, and Kolton Tosh. Honorary Pallbearer is Doug Addison.

15 thoughts on “Trenton Lee Wiggins”

  1. Judy Boothe Foot

    Oh words can never say what I need to say to you all. He was one of my first graders and I loved each one of them. To me they were always my babies. The Raper family has always been a family to me. I love and pray for you all.

  2. Trenton was special to me as all of my nieces and nephews are. I will miss him so much but I am so glad that he asked Jesus into his heart and is in a place where there are no tears, no sorrows and no pain. Love Aunt Kim

  3. Tricia Robinson

    I watched Trenton grow up and he was always polite and friendly he was such a good person that will truly be missed

  4. Trenton and I served onboard the USS Bonhomme Richard together. It was an honor to have served with you. The memories we made will stay with us forever. You are beyond loved and will be forever missed by your Navy family.

  5. Praying for the family God Bless You give you comfort for today and days to come 🙏

  6. The Lord has told us HE gives us these precious children for a while, but they are HIS . They are just on loan to us. So very thankful that Trenton was a child of the KING . No more sorrow and no more tears. He is rejoicing with his Lord and Savior. Such a handsome young man. He will be dearly missed, but we have the promise as a child of GOD we will see him again. Many prayers for his family. Praying the Lord wraps you in HIS loving arms and gives you the peace and comfort that only HE can.🙏🙏

  7. It’s so hard to imagine this and I hate so much the sorrow and pain that your family is going thru. I sincerely pray comfort and peace for each of you. Lord bless you all.

  8. To the Wiggins Family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I did not have Trenton in any of my classes at school but I did meet him. I was going out to get my paper one snowy morning when Trenton was on his way back to camp after a visit at home and he saw me barely leaving my front door. He backed up and pulled in my driveway, got out and picked up my paper, brought it to me and took my arm and walked me back to the door. He told me who he was and what he was doing out so early on a snowy morning. I have often thought of that kind deed to someone he only knew by name. May God touch your hearts with the loving care that only He can give and give you comfort and peace. You are in my prayers.

  9. To Rick and Chase Wiggins

    May God bless you, and put his arms, around you both, in this time, of your grief and sorrow.
    We love you and praying for comfort and peace. Gary and Linda Smith

  10. I’m so sorry for your loss. Trenton was such an awesome person. He was always polite and respectful. Sending prayers your way for God to comfort you all in this time of sorrow.

  11. Patricia barnard

    Sheila I am so sorry I can’t imagine how you are feeling but ipromise you he is still right there with you I love you girl and are preying for you love always

  12. Diane -Pete Raper

    We are so sorry for your loss.As a parent are self I can feel your pain.Sheila he was a very handsome young man.Just remember he will always be in your heart ❤️ Are prayers are with you for the days ahead. God please keep this family strong . My heart breaks 💔 for all these family members.

  13. Ol Trenton my football debater, mane we done had a lot of great memories from going to the lake, playing basketball or conversations about how my Cowboys suck. Fly high my guy and say hi to my momma for me. It’s not a goodbye but a see you later lil bro. One ❤️ want to send my deepest condolences to the Wiggins family and friends of my guy Trenton. We will all get through this together, don’t be afraid to reach out to me if you all need me for anything.

  14. Dillon Abrams

    Trenton and me was best friends from the time we was 5 until early high school. I always remember cutting up together and getting in trouble and making coach Raney mad lol. Nothing out of the ordinary of what normal kids experienced. Although hanging on the back of a 4 wheeler going 50 mph to see who could hang on the longest may have been for some. When we finally started playing junior ball in the 7th grade, we practiced in the morning. And depending on how rough practice was or who made mad, walking back to the school from the field house that day I’d hold down Dalton Baxter and Trenton would just slap the fire out him lol. But it was a back and forth thing, we was just kids being kids it was all love though of course. Getting in trouble for drinking Buch’s beer cause it tasted nasty and we through them all away to hide what we did but got caught anyway haha. Riding the bus after school making Mrs. Deloris mad for jumping up and down in the back seat and throwing our wrestling figures out of the back windows when we was like 7. That time we collided in football practice and your head fractured my ribs and you nearly broke your neck lol I had to sit out a couple games for that one in 8th grade. Many great memories. My Thoughts and Condolences go out to Rick, Chase and Sheila and the rest of his family.

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