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Meggan Killough, 40, passed away March 2014 and was welcomed by loved ones that had preceded her in death; including her sister Bonnie and many sweet grandparents.

Meggan was born May 1, 1973 in Nuremberg, Germany. She was a long time resident of the Marysville, CA area. Meggan was a most beloved daughter, sister, aunt and friend to many. She loved her family and enjoyed serving others. Her giving heart and sensitive spirit came from a life time of valiantly struggling with her own depression.

As a child, Meggan loved to lip sync and roller skate with her big sister. Meggan's fun heart continued into adulthood as she taught Primary children and youth at Church and enjoyed being with her many nieces and nephews. In spite of experiencing learning disabilities, Meggan was constantly seeking for more knowledge. She returned to college this past year and was very successful in her classes.

She has a deep love of her Savior and Father in Heaven. Her family is grateful for the knowledge and understanding that the many struggles and trials Meggan experienced, while on earth, are now released.

Meggan is survived by her devoted parents: LouRee Johnson, James Johnson, Daniel Killough and Cynthia Crosby Woods. She is also survived by siblings that adored her: Ganel-Lyn Killough (Robert) Condie, Amy (Adam) Schmidt, Stacie (Ben) Cheney, Ben (Denay) Johnson, Carmel (Greg) Cobabe, Shevaun (Jacob) Davis, Danny Killough, Kaitlyn (Nate) Shields, Derek Killough. Meggan leaves behind 17 loving nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Meggan's Life will be held at the LDS Chapel on North Beale Road (Marysville), Friday, March 21st at 3:00 pm. In lieu of flowers please consider contributing to the Humanitarian Services by donating in Meggan's name (online) www.ldscharities.org or (email) [email protected] ldschurch.org. These donations will provide clean water, wheelchairs, immunization, food and general emergency humanitarian aid.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Mar. 18, 2014
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