I always knew Keegan would change the world. He was the center of attention and a true hero.
The honor walk for him was the most thing filled with singing and cheering. We miss him and we know our lives will never be the same, but we have such a good community and I am so thankful to be his mom.
In 2020, my 17-year-old son Keegan passed away. He always wanted to be an organ donor. We honored his wishes and our family has all become organ donors now.
Keegan always wanted to leave a big legacy. He always was front and center. He had already inspired so many. His funeral was his last celebration with 1,300 people. His legacy is his friends and the numerous people who received.
Three words to describe Keegan? Energetic, loved, and beautiful smile.
If anyone were to just meet Keegan, they would say he was kind and respectful. He took what he was taught and used it with others. He was a true helper. I have heard from hundreds of kids that he was so helpful and stuck by them. He could walk into somewhere and find the hurting soul. He had that gift.
I want people to know how special he was. He was the best big brother who loved his family. He was so loved and accepted everyone. He was never judgmental and had the best smile. He loved sports and was a huge Clemson tiger fan! He loved life and was just a larger than life person.
Getting involved with We Are Sharing Hope SC is super exciting.
I follow the social media and I am excited to learn more and help more people to register. I hope to educate the community. I work at a hospital and think there is a lot of miscommunication from TV shows and movies. It is not a scary thing, it is beautiful. It is everyone’s decision but education is important. The people are angels to work with.