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Bryce Kameron Wiggins

August 29, 2019

Bryce Kameron Wiggins was born December 15, 2009 in Fresno California and grew up in Meridian, Idaho. Bryce attended kindergarten at Mary McPherson and transferred to Compass Elementary School in the first grade where he was currently a 4th grade student. 

Bryce was a fun loving, charismatic boy who was always ready to play with anyone. He left his mark on the world with his sarcasm, humor and wit, which were some of his greatest gifts. 

Bryce was a loving, mischievous and energetic son and brother. He loved tech decks, scooting, football, skate parks, hair gel, hair color, incense, crazy socks, and so much more. 

Bryce loved music. You could find him in his room recording himself in the hopes of getting his next YouTube subscriber. His latest passion was Classic Rock, particularly Freddy Mercury’s song Bohemian Rhapsody, which he was teaching himself to play on the piano. 

Bryce loved being outside and did not like being inside under a roof. He disliked video games. Outside was the perfect place for him to spend his energy. Even in the winter you would find him hiding behind bushes when he was told it was time to come in. 

Anything that he put his mind to he would accomplish and anything he loved he enveloped and would quickly learn all the details that went along with that subject. He was a very bright child and a fast learner.

Bryce’s long-term goal at this time in his life was to own and operate a Barber Shop. 

We will miss him and his energetic spunk and the zest he had for life. 

Bryce is survived by: His siblings Brian K Wiggins II, Brendan K Wiggins, Brock K Wiggins, and Brooke K Wiggins, His mother Katie Neeley-Wiggins, His Father Brian Wiggins, His grandparents Sue Schmitz and David Wiggins, His Aunts Kiersten Neeley, Christy Chantel, and Christy Wiggins, His Uncles Barclay Chantel and Mark Wiggins and his Cousins Jude Chantel and Lily and Jake Wiggins.

He was preceded in death by James Neeley and Rita Wiggins.

A celebration of Bryce's life will be conducted on Friday, September 6th in the Gibson Chapel of Cloverdale Funeral Home, beginning with a viewing and visitation from 5pm to 7pm, with formal services from 7pm to 8pm.

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