June 27, 1987 - May 24, 2018
After putting together her last puzzle with her Mom and teaching others how to be a perfect example of love and acceptance for over 30 years, Meghann decided to let go peacefully, Thursday May 24, 2018 after spending five weeks at St. Francis Hospital, where she inspired, entertained, and humored everyone! Meghann was born on June 27, 1987 in Princeton to Randy and Jill (Maglio) Hasbrook. Meghann is survived by her parents Jill (Dan) Ryan of Kewanee and Randy (Deb) Hasbrook of Sheffield. Meg has five wonderful stepsisters, Brittney Ryan, Ashley, Chrissy and Kaylyn Weber, and Sydney Faletti, and a step-brother Jacob Ryan; and paternal grandparents Walt (Joyce) Hasbrook and step-grandparents Richard and Janice Klieber. She will be looking forward to reuniting with her maternal grandmother Donna Maglio and her maternal great-grandmother Irene Deemy, her paternal grandmother Jean Maglio and paternal grandfather John Maglio. Meghann was a joy to all that met her. She loved to swim, work puzzles, compete in the Special Olympics, collect Mickey and Minnie items, and kick everyone’s butt in UNO. Her buddy, Curious George, was always nearby keeping her company and stealing puzzle pieces. Meghann donated her hair to Locks of Love twice in honor of her cousin Peyton Longhurst, who has Alopecia. She began her love for Wheel of Fortune at a young age while spending time with her maternal great grandmother known to her as “Muna”. Meghann enjoyed spending her weekdays attending workshop at KCCDD where she had many friends. She was especially fond of her friend and workshop leader, Jera. Meghann had a lifelong friend, Abby Buckman Hajar, who always inspired Meghann to fight back from illness. Meghann acquired her love of McDonalds fish sandwiches from her Great Grandmother, “Muna”. And, her father continued to faithfully carry on this tradition of bringing Meghann to McDonalds, along with making sure Meg had her favorite, morel mushrooms, each season. There will be a “Meg’s Day” celebration Sunday, June 3 at the Hill Church in Kewanee. Everyone’s is invited to bring stories, jokes, and pictures of Meg with you. We will have a bulletin board to put your pictures on. For anyone that has a story they want to share, but do not want to read it out loud themselves, there will be someone there to read them for you. There will be a social time from 2pm - 4pm, service from 4pm - 5 pm, and dinner after this. Around 6 pm, we will bring Meg to lay down beside her “Muna” at the Sheffield cemetery. Meghann’s families, the Hasbrooks and Griffins, have lived in the Sheffield area for over six generations. Cremation rites have been accorded. Online condolences may be made at GaryDeitersFuneralHome.com.
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