Trahmad “T. Wiggs” Wiggins was born on Nov. 21, 1995 to Ms. Cantrell Wiggins and Mr. Travis Green. Although only 24 at the time of his death, Trahmad was a shining light in the lives of everyone who knew him. His kind spirit, encouraging words and infectious smile will last forever in our hearts. On July 6, 2020, we lost this shining light in our lives. Trahmad was raised in a Christian home and was an active member of Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church. What he learned about loving his neighbors throughout his childhood radiated in the life he led and the way he treated his fellow man. Trahmad was a 2014 Honor Graduate from Randolph Clay High School. He continued his education at Fort Valley State University, graduating Cum Laude in 2018 with a Bachelors Degree in Plant Science. He had just met the requirements for completion of his Masters Degree in Biotechnology. Trahmad was a diligent scholar from the moment he entered school. He never accepted any less than his best in his academics as well as in athletics which he also loved. During his matriculation in high school and college, he was awarded numerous honors and recognitions. He was a member of the National Beta Club and the National Scientific Honor Society. He was bestowed the award for Academic Excellence at Fort Valley State College in 2016, 2017, and 2018. He received the Scholar Athlete Award in 2017 and 2018, the Academic Athlete Award in 2018 and 2019 and the Academic Achievement Award in the Program for Plant Sciences. In addition to academics and athletics, Trahmad had the spirit of entrepreneurship. He started his own athletic resell shoe business called 6 Kickz. His biggest passions were sports and riding dirt bikes. After the loss of his grandfather, Trahmad felt his main priority was to be a constant source of motivation and support for his little brother Tyler. He spent much of his time bonding and strengthening their relationship, working out together, and on the sidelines of his games. They were inseparable and loved each other unconditionally. Trahmad was preceded in death by his adoring grandfather, the late Chief Bobby Wiggins. He is survived by his mother Cantrell Wiggins, his step-father James Pierce of Cuthbert, GA; his father Travis Greene of Atlanta; his brother Tyler Harris of Cuthbert, GA; his grandmother Lettie Wiggins (affectionately known as “G Baby”) of Cuthbert, GA; his aunt Tedra Jordan (Derrick) of Cuthbert, GA and uncle Terrance Bryant of East Rutherford, New Jersey. He will also be greatly missed by a special cousin who was raised as his sister, Tajah Marshall of Albany, GA and three little rays of sunshine that he adored: Tristan Jordan, Tahmir Marshall and Ta’riyah Issac. In addition, his great aunts Yvonne Mitchner of Cuthbert, GA; Margaret A. Hawkins of Upper Marlboro Maryland; Mary Dennis(Ben) Birmingham, Alabama; Dorothy Smith(Thomas), Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and great uncles John Carter, Jr. of Cuthbert, GA and Robert Wiggins (Rametta) of Snellville, GA. His best friend Ryan Wiggins of Okinawa, Japan, the love of his life Shay Carter, her mother Sahirah Grier and family of Albany, GA, special aunts Valerie Shorter, Venee Shorter of Snellville, GA, and Vivian Jordan of Cuthbert, GA and a host of other relatives and friends will also truly miss his presence. The family would also like to send special thanks to several others for their constant support: Lisa Figgins, Monica Harris, Shayla Gilbert, Anita Paige and Britney Johnson-Gilbert.