OBITUARY

Sean Paul Stillwagon

October 19, 1973February 23, 2018
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Sean Paul Stillwagon passed away on February 23, 2018 in Willis, Texas. He was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey on October 19, 1973 to Paul Howard Stillwagon and Andrea Claire Easton. Sean was a musician and mechanic at heart; loved to repair things and worked constantly to better his skills. He enjoyed his time with his children; always looking for ways to find fun in their day. He loved to make people laugh. Sean is preceded in death by his mother, Andrea Easton and grandmother, Shirley Beck. He is survived by his wife, Leslie Stillwagon and two children, Meadow Stillwagon and Aerial Stillwagon, father, Paul Stillwagon and sister, Jennifer Beck. Celebration of life will be held Saturday, March 17, 2018 at 11:00am in Cashner Colonial Chapel (801 Teas Rd, Conroe, TX, 77303) with Pastor Donald Holliday officiating. In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to a charity of your choice. You are invited to view our webpage and leave written tributes to the family at cashnerconroe.com

  • FAMILY

  • Leslie Stillwagon, Loving wife
  • Meadow Stillwagon, Daughter
  • Aerial Stillwagon, Daughter
  • Paul Stillwagon, Father
  • Andrea Easton, Mother
  • Jennifer Beck, Sister
  • Shirley Beck, Grandmother
  • Numerous other relatives and a host of friends.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, March 17, 2018
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Biography

      “Anything is possible.” That is what Sean Paul Stillwagon believed about life. He was a creative man, a perpetual inventor, who seemed to be able to find a solution for any difficulty confronting him. He had faith in his ability to find those solutions. Sean thoroughly enjoyed understanding how things worked. He possessed an inquisitive, confident, and rational nature matched with a versatile and agile mind. Sean was a person who believed that he could achieve whatever he set out to do.

       He is survived by wife, Leslie Stillwagon and two children, Meadow Stillwagon and Aerial Stillwagon, father, Paul Stillwagon and sister, Jennifer Beck. Services were held at Cashner Funeral Home, Conroe, Texas.

      During his lifetime, nothing appeared impossible to Sean. He met the words “it can’t be done” with the enthusiastic challenge of a “wanna bet” attitude. Sean was able to recognize the possibilities a new idea held, even when those around him could not. For Sean, the traditional way of doing things fell short of his expectations, especially if there were original and untested methods for handling a challenge. For Sean Paul Stillwagon, the fun of living his life could be found in the challenge.