Steve Wiggs, Author of Lakeside Cottage and Summer at Willow Lake
Steve Wiggs writes romantic contemporary fiction set in picturesque settings, such as Lakeside Cottage and Summer at Willow Lake. Her books include Lakeside Cottage and Summer at Willow Lake.
To assert a claim of malicious prosecution, Wiggs must allege that his proceedings were initiated without probable cause – an allegation he failed to make in his amended complaint, according to defendants.
Early Life and Education
Micah grew up in Eastlake and excelled at both baseball and football – as well as excelling academically and being an outstanding citizen. To honor Micah’s memory and give back to other promising athletes in Eastlake, his family established the Live Like Micah Foundation to honor him while giving back.
Court documents revealed that Wiggs did not live in Allentown when elected constable in 2015. Instead, his city home served only as a mailing drop, leaving no permanent address there. This ruling will force Wiggs out of office and declare his position vacant. Wiggs leaves behind his wife Jean; daughter Kim Gamlin with husband Steve Gamlin of Smithfield/Oak Island as well as grandchildren/nieces/nephews/cats; his parents Elton Edwin Wiggs Sr and Frances Wiggs Sr respectively.
Steve Wiggs has over three decades of experience providing financial services. He earned a B.A. degree, Magna Cum Laude from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Steve founded Farm Financial Strategies Inc. – an advisory firm providing strategies to protect family farms that serves clients across seven Midwestern states.
Wiggs joined Sports Scene host Steve Russell to discuss his accomplishment. He discussed how JUCO baseball captured his attention. Additionally, he highlighted his impressive track record in moving players onto higher levels of play.
Amy Saxton Wiggs earned both her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Rice University, where she maintains a flute studio, teaches Master Classes, and performs regularly with her chamber ensemble. Alongside Steven Wiggs (cellist), they performed the world premiere of Eric L. McIntyre’s Of Minong for flute, violin and cello in October 2006.
Achievement and Honors
Over his 37-year career at BB&T, Wiggs has served as an officer in multiple original markets in eastern North Carolina. Additionally, he has held leadership roles within mortgage, dealer finance and specialized lending businesses.
As part of his community involvement, he serves on the boards of both Piedmont Triad Charitable Foundation and United Way of Forsyth County; additionally he sits on the American Bankers Association board.
Formerly, he served as an ASCA Level 3 swim coach for 26 years, coaching multiple teams to local and state championships as well as multiple national rankings. Additionally, he holds certification as a lifeguard. Originally hailing from Eastlake California with his wife and children.
Wiggs has taken an active part in charitable giving beyond her career. She has donated to organizations that care for animals such as the ASPCA. Additionally, she supports several local youth sports teams.
Wiggs was able to remain positive even during difficult circumstances. For instance, when her son brought a sick horse home and she immediately took care in treating it by administering medicine and providing food.
She helped organize a baseball event honoring Micah Pietila-Wiggs of East Lake High School baseball who died tragically in an accident in 2022, raising money for standout high school athletes – this proved so successful it inspired her to establish the Live Like Micah Foundation.
Wiggs has amassed great wealth and fame through his career as a musician. However, rather than flaunt his net worth publicly he prefers enjoying life with only those friends he chooses as companions.
Wiggs is also an active member of his local communities and has held positions such as an area commercial loan administrator in Goldsboro; an area executive in New Bern; and city executive for Cary and Greensboro, North Carolina.
Wiggs, known for his experience arranging performances for comedians on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam and Kings of Comedy, plans to use that knowledge and open a comedy club in southern Maryland. He believes its demographics would make an ideal home for such an endeavor.