Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home & Cemetery

18000 Interstate 45 S, The Woodlands, TX


William Matthew Garrigan

October 24, 1999July 22, 2020

William “Will” Garrigan, 20, Conroe, Texas, passed away July 22, 2020. Will was born in Austin, Texas on October 24, 1999 to Mike and Cynthia Garrigan and was the youngest of three children. Besides his parents, Will leaves behind his brother Christopher, sister Erin, paternal grandmother, Doris “Dot” Schonhoff, maternal grandfather James “Bud” Lamb, aunts, uncles and cousins. The family moved to Flower Mound, Texas after Will was born. Will attended Oak Hill Academy, Dallas, Texas. At times, school was challenging for Will, but he accepted every challenge and was able to overcome any obstacle in his way. The family moved to Conroe, Texas, where Will graduated from The Woodlands College Park High School in 2019. Will earned his diploma though hard work and an eagerness to learn, even if it didn’t come easy to him. Following high school, Will attended Lone Star Community College. Will was a gifted baker. He taught himself to bake using recipes and honing them to perfection. His friends and family were the recipient of many baked goods and new recipes. His talent was outmatched only by his love of his craft. In addition to baking, Will was passionate about animal rescue. Will was inquisitive, diligent, honest and thoughtful. His smile and personality lighted up any room. He was an exceptional, beautiful and sensitive young man. Will had so much goodness and so much capacity to bring happiness to other. He will be missed by everyone whose lives he touched. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Oak Hill Academy, Dallas Texas or the Montgomery County Animal Shelter in honor of Will.


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Donna Gonzalez

August 7, 2020

I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful boy, Will. I was Will’s Drama Teacher for awhile at Oak Hill. I remember his sparkling eyes, his gentle spirit and his kind heart. He will not be forgotten.

Donna Gonzalez

Linda Elsea

August 1, 2020

We are just heartbroken. Sending prayers to the entire Garrigan family. My favorite memory of Will is looking out our front window and seeing him standing in his green frog boots in the rain. Go sing high on that mountain sweet Will.

Brandon Smith, Linda Elsea, Ella and Sadie. ❤️


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