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Jacqueline Eagan

Jacqueline Filloon Eagan

Wednesday, October 5th, 1955 - Friday, November 13th, 2020
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Jacqueline Filloon Eagan

1955-2020


Cameron, Missouri- Jacqueline Filloon Eagan, 65, of Cameron,passed away November 13, 2020.

Jacqui was born October 5,1955, in Emmetsburg, Iowa, to Robert and Thérèse (Bodourian) Filloon. Her father worked for the railroad which took them across the Midwest before settling in NW Missouri. She was a proud graduate of Central High School and Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri. After graduation she met and fell in love with her husband, Roy Eagan. They were married in 1985. Together, they owned and managed several Eagan’s Furniture stores. She also spent many years breeding and showing champion dogs under her Ivory Kennel name. However, her most gratifying accomplishment was raising her three children. She fiercely loved her family and friends. She was a mother to all, and a proud Oma to two beautiful granddaughters. She had a passion for life and the outdoors - going for daily walks on wooded trails, enjoying her cabin on Lake Inguadona in Minnesota, or her palapa on the beach in Mexico. Her large personality, positive attitude, caring nature, and free spirit made her a one of a kind person that set the bar for how to live and treat others. She will be sorely missed.

Forever remembered by: husband, Roy Eagan, of the home; children, Paula (Chris) Noble, Kearney, Missouri, Jill Eagan, Cameron, Missouri, and Roy K.(Lauren) Eagan, Austin, Texas; 2 granddaughters, Aubrey Noble and Renata Eagan; sister, Janet Zeiger, Syracuse, Nebraska; sister in law, Sherry Filloon, St. Joseph, Missouri; brother in law, Louis (Susan) Eagan; sisters in law, Heather (Robb) Roesch, Gretel (Richard) Eagan Johnson; nieces, Rachel Zeiger Ruehling, Katelin Eagan, Sierra Charlson, Chloe Johnson, Isabella Johnson, and Laura Roesch; nephew, Reagan Roesch; as well as numerous loving cousins.

Preceding her in death: parents, Robert and Thérèse Filloon; brother, Robert Filloon; nephew, Ryan Zeiger; brother in law, Ron Zeiger, and father and mother in law, Roy and Gretchen Eagan.

A celebration of Jacqueline’s life will be held in the Spring. Online condolences: www.polandthompson.com as well as her Facebook and Instagram pages Arrangements by Poland-Thompson Funeral Home, Cameron, MO.
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Janet M Leitterman

Posted at 12:56pm
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Jacquie's passing. I always enjoyed talking to her at the store and at the walking trail when I saw her there. Prayers for family and friends as they mourn her loss from this earth.

Janet & Greg Leitterman
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Nancy Parker

Posted at 07:34pm
I am saddened beyond measure. Jacqui brought so much joy into our life. Twinkles and Timber were entrusted to us by “Grandma Jacqui” for which I am forever grateful. Please know that all of you will be in my prayers.
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marla seitz

Posted at 07:55pm
my dearest family of jaqueline. she was an amazing loving and intelligent woman. her sense of humor was boundless. her kindness unbelievable. my heart goes out to all. roy if you need a shoulder im here for you always love and and hugs surround everyone. marla and micheal.
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Roy Eagan

Posted at 02:24pm
Please be sure to visit her facebook page for tributes, updates and photos as well as her Instagram to see all of her beautiful photography
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Roy Eagan

Posted at 02:17pm
Note from Jacqueline's (Jacqui's) family. It is with tremendous grief that we must announce the passing of our beloved mother (wife, Oma, sister, aunt, cousin, friend and "favorite person"). The last couple weeks have been very difficult for us but it was made so much easier by the outpouring of love, prayers and support from her many friends and loved ones, here. We made sure and read your messages to her and let her know you were rooting for her.
She was so loved and she shared love and positivity like no one else in our lives. She regularly kept in contact with not only her immediate family, but her cousins and loved ones from all over the country. She made you feel special and ensured that you knew she cared for you. We can't imagine a world without her continuous warmth, adoration and quick wit. But she had such a big presence and personality that she will always be a part of us.
If you asked her what she wanted out of life, she would respond that she wanted to be a mother (and Oma). And while she was so much more than that, she took her life’s mission seriously, being motherly to not just her children and grandchildren, but to all. She loved having a home full of kids and it didn’t matter if they were hers or not. She wanted to love and help others. She was also a dog mom, raising her own line of champion show dogs as well as strays that showed up or were dumped at our farm. It was like word got around that our house accepted the strays and they’d just show up, and she’d take care of them. So, while she was taken from us all FAR too soon and she was robbed of a long-deserved retirement of being a full time Oma, the life she lived was the most noble and admirable kind and in her shortened time, she still managed to give the people (and puppies) in her life enough love to last multiple lifetimes. She taught us to try and remain optimistic for ourselves and others, even in the worst of times and made sure to equip us for this moment and rest of our lives, we sincerely believe.
If you missed out on any of her lessons, there were tons. She had so many sayings that were passed down from her dad and her Filloon family. Without going into all of those, she would want you all to not only tell your loved ones how much they mean to you, but to make sure they felt it. She would want you to be open and honest. To take walks. Walking and talking was how our family opened up and shared our feelings with one another. She would want you to enjoy the beauty of nature and to take time to literally stop and smell the roses – and maybe nibble on some edible plants (she was starting to experiment with foraging). She would go for daily 3-mile walks at the reservoir trail in Cameron, as well as regular walks at her cabin on Inguadona Lake in Longville Minnesota where she loved fishing and pontoon paddle boating and just surrounding herself in the serene abundance of nature.
She would want to share those experiences with you - and she did, constantly snapping photos and sharing them. She would want to give you a hug right now. She would want you to eat well, to be passionate about life and your family, and to drink a dark beer or glass of wine for her. Cheers mom! We love you so much.
p.s. celebration of life will be announced at a later date
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