11/14/2012 - Firm welcomes paralegal Louise Colbourne. Louise brings over nine years of paralegal experience in both the government and in the private sector. She is a graduate of Monroe College and has an M.B.A. from South University. She will work primarily with attorneys Trey McLean and Dan Harrison.
6/27/2012 - Dan Harrison elected to Cumberland County Bar Association Board of Directors. Dan Harrison, an associate of the firm, was elected by the Cumberland County Bar Association to serve a two-year term on the Association's Board of Directors. He follows several other members of the firm who have served in leadership positions within the Association. Most recently, Anne Evans served as the Association's president from 2010 until 2011.
5/11/2012 – Paralegal and Loan Processor Wanda Smith earns BS from Mount Olive College. Wanda Smith, a fourteen-year employee of McCoy Wiggins, earned her Bachelor's of Science degree from Mount Olive College, majoring in Criminal Justice and Criminology. Congratulations to Wanda and her family!
5/3/2012 – Clients open Embassy Suites and the Richard M. Wiggins Conference Center. Longtime clients the Mehta family, of Fayetteville, have completed contruction of the Fayetteville/Fort Bragg Embassy Suites. The hotel complex includes a nine-thousand square foot ballroom and conference center named in honor of McCoy Wiggins' senior partner. The firm routinely advised and represented the family during the hotel's development.
The family also owns the Holiday Inn Express-Skibo Road and the Hilton Garden Inn-Sycamore Dairy Road. At the latter location, Richard can often be found enjoying breakfast.
10/3/2011 – Firm mourns passing of Jim Wade Goodman. Mr. Jim Wade Goodman, 48, the son of Jimmy and Gail Goodman, of Dunn died Sunday morning at his residence.
Born on September 28, 1963, Jim was a 1981 graduate of Dunn High School where he was a member of the band. He was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of UNC at Chapel Hill in 1985, where he played with the marching band. He then graduated from UNC School of Law in 1988. Jim, currently with the McCoy, Wiggins, Cleveland & O’Connor Law Firm in Fayetteville, was also a lifelong member of Divine Street United Methodist Church. He served as a member of Averasboro Battle Field Commission, the Community Choir and DHS Friends.
A funeral service will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Divine St. United Methodist Church by Rev. Gayla Collins. Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery.
In addition to his parents he is survived by two sons; Jackson Goodman of Chapel Hill, Spencer Goodman of Lillington, special friend, Teresa Carter of Dunn, uncle, Sherrill Goodman and wife LaRue of Dunn, and cousins, Ashley Raynor, Lisa Bradham and Scott Goodman.
The family will receive friends Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Skinner & Smith Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Divine St. United Methodist Church, 400 West Divine St. Dunn, NC 28334 or to DHS Friends, PO Box 4 Dunn, NC 28335.
08/15/2011 - Firm settles seven-figure condemnation case with NC DOT.