Megan Savannah Maxwell

July 10, 2016May 6, 2019

On Monday, May 6th 2019, Megan Savannah Maxwell, loving daughter and sister, earned her angel wings in the arms of her parents at the age of 2.

Megan was born on July, 10th 2016 in Amarillo, TX to Kyle Maxwell and Lindsey Carrier.

Megan was a sweet, sassy, and happy little girl who touched the heart of everyone she met. Megan was a wolf-hirschhorn syndrome warrior and fought hard every day. She had the sweetest smile and little voice. She loved lights, music, bath time and fish, but most of all loved being held and talked to by her parents and family.

Megan is preceded in death by her great grandfather, Karl Hedges and Sammy Moore Sr..

She is survived by her father, Kyle Maxwell, her mother, Lindsey Carrier, sister, Emily Maxwell, grandparents, Jimmy and Stacey Moore and Kenny and Jonni Carrier, great-grandparents Jan and John Diller and Ken and Mary Carrier, Eliza Moore. Uncles, Michael Carrier, Kai and CJ Moore, aunt Jade Moore, and numerous cousins and extended family.

Flowers may be sent to Memorial Park Funeral Home at 6969 East I-40, Amarillo, TX. Donations in Megan's name maybe made to


  • Kyle Maxwell, Father
  • Lindsey Carrier, Mother
  • Emily Maxwell, Sister
  • Jimmy Moore, Grandfather
  • Stacey Moore, Grandmother
  • Kenny Carrier, Grandfather
  • Jonni Carrier, Grandmother
  • John Diller, Great-grandfather
  • Jan Diller, Great-grandmother
  • Ken Carrier, Great-grandfather
  • Mary Carrier, Great-grandmother
  • Eliza Moore, Great-grandmother
  • Michael Carrier, Uncle
  • Kai Moore, Uncle
  • CJ Moore, Uncle
  • Jade Moore, Aunt
  • Megan was preceded in death by her great-grandfather, Karl Hedges and Sammy Moore Sr. She leaves behind numerous loving cousins and other extended family members to cherish her memory.


  • Visitation Friday, May 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, May 11, 2019


Megan Savannah Maxwell

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Randy Falls

May 8, 2019

My daughter Amber and I wanted Megan to have a nice gift. So I drove the Minnie Mouse doll to her from California. It was bigger than Megan was and something to snuggle with.
Megan looked at me and was very intrigued by this uncle Randy. Amber will be sad she never met Megan. May she Rest In Peace.
Amber and Randy

Paula Simpson

May 8, 2019

It was my great privilege to work with Megan at 7 Star Therapeutic Riding Center. She brought so much joy to everyone who got to work with her. I am so sorry for your loss of such a precious child. Because of Megan, I am a more loving and compassionate teacher. Fly with the angels baby girl.