Charles Wayne Wigmore
July 9, 1960 - April 23, 2020
Due to these uncertain times there will be a celebration of Charles's life at a later date.
Charles W. “Chuck” Wigmore, 59, a resident of Sanford, died peacefully surrounded by some family on April 23, 2020.
Charles was born on July 9, 1960, in Dansville, New York, the son of William T. and Joan (Stehlar) Wigmore.
Chuck served his country in the Army National Guard for 27 ½ years, retiring in 2011 due to a disability.
Having a strong work ethic Chuck was employed as an electrician for IBW and NHTI, retiring in 2013.
In May of 2019, Chuck graduated with his Medical Assistant Certification and began a career in the phlebotomist field working at the York Hospital.
Chuck absolutely loved spending time fishing and camping with his brother and two Chihuahuas Bella and C.B.
Chuck had a passion for planes and often enjoyed attending air shows with friends and family.
A faithful servant of God; Chuck thrived on helping people and his church family whenever there was a need for spiritual guidance or just lending a hand.
Chuck cared deeply for his family and together both he and Judy lovingly raised his granddaughter Trinity for eight and a half years.
Chuck had a loving and kind way about him, there was always room for the people he cared for but for Chuck, his granddaughter Emma held an incredibly special place in his heart.
Chuck and Judy were a devoted couple for over 13 ½ years, this past October the couple shared their commitment to each other and married along the Wells seashore.
“Fly high baby, you are free and walking with Jesus until we meet again”
Charles is lovingly survived by his wife Judith (Daige) Wigmore of Sanford; children Jennifer Potter of Shapleigh; Hilary Stone of Colchester Vermont; Brianna Wigmore of Milton Vermont; Treh Wigmore of Swanton Vermont; Blane Wigmore of Esexx Vermont; also his Stepmother Dorothy Wigmore of Brandon Vermont; nine brothers; three sisters and seven grandchildren.
Charles was predeceased by his parents William and Joan (Stehlar) Wigmore, and son Stephen Daige.
In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that you consider donating in Chuck’s name to Maine Works or Maine Recovery charities.
There will be no services at this time.
The Autumn Green Funeral Home is respectfully handling the arrangements.