Sandra Dawn Wiggins was born Sandra Dawn Krocka on October 10th, 1977 in West Warwick, Rhode Island . She served proudly in the military from January 20th 2005 until February 2nd 2007 where she worked as a 94A Land Combat Electronic Missile Systems Repairer. She lived a life of passion, travel, and she loved life. She was the type of person who would let you know how she felt, but would still love you at the same time. Her life was dedicated to her family, friends, animals, and helping anyone who needed money, someone to listen, or just a smile. She gave birth to the absolute joys of her life, Hallee Elizabeth Campanile, (April 30th, 1996) and Katlin Lynne Campanile, (December 1st, 1998), and never stopped loving them or being proud of all their accomplishments. She met her husband, Lepolia W. Wiggins III at Fort Riley, KS and they were married on July 14th 2006 at the Geary County Courthouse. They have all shared the most exciting life that anyone could ever hope for. Sandra loved to travel, watch movies, practice her calligraphy, and spending time with her family, friends, and pets. Her favorite thing in the whole world was to sit in the bed or the couch and watch movies with the people that she loved because that made her feel at peace.
Sandra was preceded in death by her father Dennis J. Krocka, Step-Father Raymond Foster, aunt Lori Mattola, and father-in-law Lepolia W. Wiggins II. She leaves behind to mourn, her mother Jacqueline M. Foster, brother Christopher Krocka, Christine Krocka (wife), and Ryan Simas, sister Melissa Young, Makayla Young (daughter); husband Lepolia W. Wiggins III, daughters Hallee Elizabeth Campanile, and Katlin Lynne Campanile; grandchildren Lillianna Marie Anderson, Landen Michael Yoak, and Kinsley Anne Yoak; mother-in-law Betty Jean Wiggins, sister-in-law Latoya Tameshi Wiggins, Willie Green (husband), and Connor Walker Green (son), and a host of cousins, family, and friends. She was very much loved and will be sorely missed, she touched the lives of everyone she came in contact with and loved life and people, she will never be forgotten and forever loved.