OBITUARY

Kegan Ray Green

October 20, 1994October 8, 2020

U.S. Army Specialist, Kegan Ray Green, stationed at Fort Rucker, passed away October 8, 2020 in Newton, Alabama. He was born October 20, 1994 at Mesa Lutheran Hospital in Mesa, Arizona. Kegan attended Apache Junction High School (AJHS) where he was Co-Team Captain for the Apache Junction Prospectors football team playing as offensive and defensive tackle. He graduated in 2013 and remained on after graduation, to help coach the team. In addition to playing football, Kegan enjoyed watching football, The Trailer Park Boys and cat videos. Kegan smiled, laughed and delighted in being as goofy as he could be. He enjoyed anything and everything from the being in the Army, outdoors, shooting and target practice, music, getting tattoos and just being with his friends. Being a country boy at heart, Kegan loved trucks and riding his Harley Davidson; he was planning to be part of the Legion Riders after leaving the military. Kegan is survived by his mother, Veronica “Roni” Thompson; his father, Charles (Lori) Green; his sister, Heidi (Ron Dignan) Green; brothers, Chuck (Nikki) Green and Danny Green as well as his nieces and nephews, Zachariah, Nathaniel, Hannah, Isaac, Caliana and Charlie. Aunts; Charline Green and Carol Green. Arrangements entrusted to Mariposa Gardens Funeral Care (480) 830-4422

  • FAMILY

  • Veronica "Roni" Thompson, Mother
  • Charles (Lori) Green, Father
  • Heidi (Ron Dignan) Green, Sister
  • Chuck (Nikki) Green, Brother
  • Danny Green, Brother
  • Kegan is also survived by his nieces and nephews, Zachariah, Nathaniel, Hannah, Isaac, Caliana and Charlie. Aunts; Charline Green and Carol Green

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Services

26 October

Visitation

9:00 am

Mariposa Gardens Memorial Park

San Tan Venue

6747 East Broadway Road
Mesa, Arizona 85206

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
26 October

Celebration of Life

10:00 am

Mariposa Gardens Memorial Park

San Tan Venue

6747 East Broadway Road
Mesa, AZ 85206

Memories

Kegan Ray Green

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Samantha Smith

October 15, 2020

I used to live next to Kegan and I will never forget how nice he was to me. He would always make us laugh & we would always have fun! He will truly be missed.

Kendal Tuttle

October 15, 2020

I will never forget the first time I met Kegan. I was working at Fries in apache junction and I was literally in the worst mood ever. Kegan made it his mission all day to make me smile and when I say all day I mean it he was there until J got off of work. But he did it. I could never be upset with Kegan just being around him he just had an amazing energy around him all the time. Even when he was going through his own stuff, he was always smiling. He always made sure to check on me every few weeks and I did the same. He always remembered my birthday. He always went out of his way to make sure I was okay. I can’t ever thank him enough for everything he has done for me. Kegan is so selfless and so kind. Always putting others before himself. He would give everything he owned to a strange in need because that’s just the kind of man Kegan is. Roni and Chuck raised the most handsome, caring, patriotic man this world has ever seen. My heart goes out to them. They will be in my prayers every night.

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Roland missed his boy.

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Little brothers, what can ya do?

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The Gang Green

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The brothers Green

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Always looking sharp.

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#74 in action

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Roland missed his boy.

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Little brothers, what can ya do?

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The Gang Green

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The brothers Green

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My tough little boy turned into a soldier.

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Senior Football

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