Kristina Wiggins Death, Obituary – Kristina Wiggins, 48, who had served as the former executive director of the Florida Public Defender Association and as a former senior worker at many state agencies over the course of the previous 20 years. According to a report filed by the Florida Highway Patrol, a collision that occurred on Bannerman Road resulted in the death of a lady who was 48 years old. According to the report, the car went off the road for unknown reasons around 8:27 p.m., hit a culvert and several trees before coming to a stop in a ditch on the shoulder of the road. There were no other vehicles engaged in the collision at any point.

An FHP representative released the incident report to Florida Politics after the publication made a request for information on the mishap that involved Wiggins on Bannerman Road. The report does not name the motorist that was involved in the collision. It was determined that she had passed away at the site. She was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the incident, as stated in the report. Wiggins has spent the most recent two years of his career working as an operations director at Tallahassee Community College.

In 2012, she stated to LobbyTools that she began her professional life working for the Florida Department of Education but then relocated to Ohio with her family. Wiggins has spent her whole life in Florida, and she does not like the cold. She and her family decided to move back to Florida and work for DOE. After that, she went on to work for the Florida legislature, first for the House Committee on Domestic Security and Energy, and then for the Florida Senate Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation, where she served for a total of three years.

She was given the position of deputy secretary at the Florida Department of Health in 2012, when she was 37 years old, and she assisted in leading a reorganization of the department following the passage of HB 1263 in the same year. Later on, Wiggins held the position of Chief of Staff at the Agency for State Technology from 2014 to 2017, after which he resigned to assume his current position as Director of the FPDA. In 2020, she handed in her resignation from the public defenders organization and enrolled at TCC.

Wiggins is the parent of two children: a daughter who is currently a first-year student at the University of Florida and a boy who is currently enrolled in high school. Ex-husband Andrew Wiggins expressed everyone’s feelings by saying, “We are all sad.” She gave her full attention to her children, Katherine and Gavin.