Orsted-Carlyle Funeral Home

302 Railway West, Carlyle, SK


Kenneth James Wiggins

August 2, 1953February 3, 2020

Kenneth James Wiggins, late of Manor, Saskatchewan, passed away near Manor, Saskatchewan on Monday, February 3, 2020 at the age of 66 years.

Ken is remembered by his wife, Christine; children, Raelene Wiggins-Elliot, Darrin (Tanya), Terrance (Alaina Armbruster); grandchildren, Jazmaine Elliot, Kenny Elliot & great-granddaughter Constance Elliot, Blade, Kadence, Traven, Ryker & River Wiggins.

No formal services. A Family service will be held at a later time.

Arrangements in care of the Orsted Funeral Home (Carlyle)


  • Private Family Service at a later date


Kenneth James Wiggins

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Beth, Glen Corrigan

February 12, 2020

Our sympathy to you all, A large piece of your hearts left with him. It will take time but we hope you can find acceptance & peace. Remember his goodness!

Richard Ross

February 10, 2020

My deepest condolences to Chris and family. I was shocked to hear of Ken's passing this past week. Ken and I sat together on the school bus for many years whilst attending Manor School. He and I shot many birds with our pellet rifles in the loft of the old Wiggins barn as kids many years ago and did some crazy things together. I visited Ken three years ago whilst back home and it was good to reminisce about our fun days growing up. May he rest in peace.

Shirley Widenmaier

February 10, 2020

I have so many special memories of spending summers and Christmas at the farm in Manor. Both Uncle Ken and Aunt Chris made us feel like their children while we visited! Thinking of you all and so sorry for your loss!

Norma Ross Flemming

February 9, 2020

My sincere condolences , thoughts and prayers to you Chris and all the family.
I grew up south of Manor, rode the school bus with Ken, and Shirley to Manor school, and his parents and my parents were very close friends, just like family . So many fond memories of Ken , always a gentle man and hard working.
Cherish your many memories, remember the good times together and sending your family strength and comfort going forward at this difficult time.
Norma Ross Flemming.