How fast the years fly by......
Always outgoing and adventurous, Meagan stayed busy with school, sports, church, friends and family. She played t-ball, softball and volleyball; took lots of dance classes and was a cheerleader. She attended the Piedmont Cumberland Presbyterian Church and Pearsall United Methodist Church and had a deep rooted faith that played a big part in her life. She loved spending time with her family and had very special relationships with her parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins.
Meagan had a bubbly personality with a laugh that would make everyone join in. She loved to joke and cut up! But she was also mature and independent. The little girl who constantly told her mom "I can do it myself" grew up to be a responsible young lady who could balance school, sports, work and fun.
Meagan left a footprint on the world that can never be erased. Although her life was cut short, she accomplished much and experienced life more than most people do in twice the time. Even years after she was taken, her family continues meet people who share special memories of chance encounters with Meagan.