Joshua David Wiggins, 37, of Summerville, SC, entered into eternal rest on May 4, 2022.
Josh was a graduate of Goose Creek High School where he played tennis. He also met what would be the love of his life, Becky Chinners. Although good friends throughout school and after, they led different lives. They reconnected in 2021 and recently became engaged. Josh loved her and her three children, Ciera, Ashton, and Evan Fenton and they were preparing for a full life together.
He was known as Joshua, Josh, and JD, depending on who knew him. He was close to his family including a large group of cousins that have loved, laughed, cried, played, and helped each other their whole lives. He loved having fun with anyone and everyone, enjoyed jokes and pranks, and loved to bring joy to everyone in ANY way he could.
Beyond his large family, he had an extensive cast of friends with which he had many adventures. He was never too old or too young to try something new. Being a kid at heart, he enjoyed LARP, Nerf guns, D&D, comic book culture, Star Wars, and professional wrestling. He loved guns and knives and had recently begun hunting. Not only did he enjoy learning new things, he relished teaching anyone what he knew.
He volunteered at his church, NewSpring, in Service Production where he was always looking for training in every area. He enjoyed taking his knowledge and training and passing it on to new volunteers.
He worked at Call Experts since 2009 as an agent, Team Leader, Quality Assurance Manager, Trainer, Recruiter, and Admin Assistant within Account Management and Sales Departments. As always, he was willing to do whatever was needed to help others.
Josh never met a stranger and was willing to do anything to help someone in need. He went above and beyond on many occasions and never sought recognition or praise for his benevolence.
He had a tremendous attitude towards kids of all ages. He worked at after-school care during his high school and college years and never lost the ability to communicate and educate kids of both family and friends. He played with kids like he was one of them and never seemed to run out of energy, even when the other kids became too tired to keep up.
Josh was a true believer in America and was an avid history aficionado. He would do his own research when validity was questioned in conversations. To his credit, he usually already knew the facts but would verify anyway. He was not politically involved but was highly motivated to learn both sides of an argument and make his own informed decisions.
Josh is survived by his father, Jerry Wiggins; his mother, Terri Ashe, and his step-father Scott; his step-mother, Dianne Dennis; his sister Jamie Venzie, her husband Joseph, and their children Lucian, Aidric, Eden, and Myra; his grandmother Ruby King; and a long list of aunts, uncles, cousins of several generations, and countless friends. He was also survived by his latest and greatest adventure and love, Becky, Ciera, Ashton, and Evan Fenton.