Cash Carter Michael Eagan, the son of Darian and Eva Eagan, was born Oct. 26, 2010, in Poplar Bluff. Cash was very determined. He absolutely loved adventure. He was a highwayman, traveler, musician, songwriter, author, artist, scientist, geologist, archaeologist, astronomer, gardener and spoke part of five different languages. He had a great interest of the ancient past, and had an impeccable memory. He was a great protector of his siblings; often referred to as “The family chief” and “right hand man.” He was well educated in the scriptures, taught others and desired to be a prophet. He was a child in white. Cash passed away Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022, in Houston. Cash’s last words, his father said, “I love you like crazy boy” to which Cash responded, “I love you too and you’re a good dad. I got the best family in the world.”
Survivors include his parents, Darian and Eva Eagan; two brothers, Isaac Eagan and Marvin Eagan; two sisters, Yahel Eagan and Eliyahna Eagan; grandparents, Mike and Patricia Smody; great grandma, “GG” Evelyn Horne; aunt, Deanna Blume; uncle, Joe Blume; aunt, Michelle Hopkins; Granny Sheila; Ms. Ellie; great aunt, Claudia Bernau; aunt, Rose Posant; his cousins, Mary Grace Blume and Frankie Smody; a host of other loved ones who were special to Cash and Cash to them and many playmates who were the same as family. A visitation was held from 5-8 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022 at Bradshaw Funeral Home in Malden. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, in the chapel. Burial took place in Elder Cemetery in Campbell.