Meagan Seals

Meagan Seals of Elburn, IL, was born on November 10th, 2009 and lived against all odds, changing the lives of all who knew her. The odds of her living past one week were slim to none, but her spirit beat them by living ten years, or 563 more weeks, before being released as an angel to Heaven on September 13, 2020. Free from her earthly chains, Meagan’s soul can now experience all the joys that were not possible during her time here.  God saw fit to gift her with loving and dedicated parents, Scott and Luellen (Skiba) Seals; supportive and encouraging siblings, Madison, McKenzie and Ryan; and maternal grandparents, Louise and Alan Skiba, who had no end of love and compassion. Meagan’s brain only developed to that of a three month old, but it didn’t affect a heart that loved watching the Babies First Channel, taking walks in her stroller and listening to Christmas music all year long. Many surgeries over the years took their toll and many times the outcome was shrouded in doubt, but it was all blue skies and sunshine when could get her hands on a Hershey’s chocolate bar. Meagan now joins her paternal grandparents, Dale and Virginia Seals, in celestial joy and celebration. 

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Ronald McDonald House Charities, an organization whose generosity and compassionate care for the families stung by tragedy and illness, helped to care for the Seal’s. Donations may be made by visiting www.rmhc.org. Tributes and memories may be shared on the Conley Funeral Home Facebook Page, or at www.conleycare.com.

7 thoughts on “Meagan Seals

  1. We didn’t have the pleasure of meeting Meagan, but want to offer our condolences. We had a daughter, Amy, born in 1969, who lived for twenty three months. It hurts so much to lose your baby! You are in our prayers.

    1. I know I don’t know your family, but I had to send a message. I happened on her touching obituary in the Chronicle today. It’s so clear she blessed your family with joy. I pray that she is resting in God’s eternal and loving grace and that your family will remember her with joy. God bless and keep your beautiful daughter and your family.

  2. Luellen, and family, I’m absolutely heartbroken to hear about Meagan’s passing. She was such a doll. I’ll never forget the first time you let me hold her while you did your grocery shopping; I always looked forward to seeing your family at Trader Joe’s. Please know that you are all in my prayers, and that I am sending your family so much love.

  3. Luellen & Scott, I just googled your name to get a hold of you to see how Megs was doing, and came acrossed this. Im literally sobbing at my table. I am SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS!!! I am in a state of shock. I was not expecting this. Please please if you see this reach out to me 941-962-9922. May Megs rest in peace!! XXOO
    Love always,
    Michelle Witteveen

  4. Dear Luellen
    Im so very sorry to read that sweet Megs has passed away. I hope it gives you some hope that she touched peoples lives from around the world.
    Lots of Love to you
    Sam
    xxxx

  5. Luellen I just found out about this I think you are not on Facebook anymore. I have thought about Megs a lot over the years and wondered how you all were doing since you are no longer a member of the parent page . I’m so very sorry. You were such a dedicated wonderful kind mom I know Meghan felt all of that love. (Hugs)

  6. I am so sorry. I followed Meg’s journey for several years and I am lost for words. My thoughts to Luellen and Scott.

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