Keagan Stoan Furlong

Keagan Stoan Furlong

Keagan Stoan Furlong, age 22 of Denham Springs, died unexpectedly on May 7, 2019 at University Hospital, Columbia, Missouri. He was born in Baton Rouge, LA, on Jan. 12, 1997, to Jonathan Furlong and Monica Parker. He grew up in Denham Springs. At the age of 16, Keagan and his dad moved to Mountain View, Arkansas, where he attended high school and played football and baseball. He graduated from Mountain View High School in 2016. He attended National Park College in Hot Springs, Arkansas, before he made the decision to join the service. He was currently enlisted in the Army National Guard and stationed at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. Keagan was a devoted son and grandson. He enjoyed the outdoors, hunting and fishing, playing sports and music. He was a spiritual young man and involved in many church activities, including teaching Sunday school to the younger children. He was known as a giving person and even in death, his giving continues, as his donation of organs and tissues will save the lives of five people and touch the lives of many, many more. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him. Keagan is survived by his parents, Jonathan E. Furlong, and Monica P. Fontenot.; stepfather, Colt Fontenot; sister, Chloe Moore; stepsister, Layla Fontenot. He also leaves his maternal great grandparents, Joseph and Marie Bergeron; maternal grandparents, David and Sonia Parker, Timothy Johnson and Krista Rabalais; paternal grandparents, Richard and Marilyn Furlong; and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. He was welcomed into heaven by his paternal great grandparents, Eugene and Arvie Hornsby; and his maternal great grandparents, John and Audrey Parker; uncle, Brayden Johnson; great-uncle, Robert “Bobby” Hornsby. A memorial service will be held at Seale Funeral Home from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, 2019. The family would like to offer their sincere thanks and gratitude to the amazing staff at University Hospital, who gave such amazing care to Keagan, and the Midwest Transplant Network, who worked tirelessly to help as many people as possible in Keagan’s name. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donations to the Midwest Transplant Network in Keagan’s honor. Envelopes will be available at the service, or donations can be mailed to Midwest Transplant Network 1900 West 47th Place, Suite 400, Westwood, KS 66205.

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