OBITUARY

Edward Bernard Kegan Jr.

March 16, 1949February 4, 2019
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Retired Master Sergeant Edward Bernard Kegan, Jr., 69 years old, passed away on February 4th in Southern Maryland Hospital Clinton, Maryland. He was surrounded by his family and friends during his last days. A native to Maryland, born March 16th 1949. He is survived by his loving wife Adolfa Kegan, two children, Autumn Jordan and Edward Bernard Kegan III. Son in-law Ronnie Jordan, daughter in-law Yadira Magana del Carmen. Grandchildren: Cody and Leilani Jordan and Ethan Defries. Edward is also survived by his father Edward Bernard Kegan, Sr, brother Gary Kegan, sister Marilyn Kegan, sister in-law Kazuyo Kegan, nephew Alex Kegan and niece Hannah Kegan. Edward Bernard Kegan served in the United States Air Force for 40 years. Viewing will be in Huntt Funeral Home located at 3035 Old Washington Road, Waldorf Maryland on Friday February 15, 2019 from 9:00 am – 11:30 am, service will be at 11:30 am -12:30 pm. He will be laid to rest at Maryland Veterans Cemetery located in Cheltenham, Maryland.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 15, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 15, 2019
  • Burial Friday, February 15, 2019
REMEMBERING

Edward Bernard Kegan Jr.

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Fe Walker

February 12, 2019

Thanks for ur kindness though we only meet every occassions together with Dam dolfa but ur smiles and gestures every time we visited ur Home Will always in our hearts. Your always remembered.

Nicole Glover-Wright

February 8, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with you Adolfa and your family. Ed was a loving and kind man. I am so thankful for the times we had together.

Richard Rice

February 4, 2019

Ed & I spent a lot of time together fishing on the patuxent river,some of the best times of my life we always shared a lot of laughs together. We spent time hunting , having Bon fires on the beach listening to the greaseman on the radio & guzzling beer, to eds family I'm very sorry for your loss, Rest easy now brother .

Nancy Rice-Norris

February 4, 2019

Our families share a lot of memories together. We were inseparable! We looked forward to every weekend on the boat, fishing and swimming. And those bomb fires on the beach when camping. A lot of good times! Autumn and Eddie I know words do little to ease the pain you feel. In this tragic moment, we must celebrate the long life lived instead of letting those happy memories fade away in mourning. When the person you love has gone away, remember you always have their memories with you. It is something that no one can take away from you. My heart aches for you and your families during this time.  We are thinking of you.  Love you guys!

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