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Clifton (Cliff) Matthew Feagin

May 22, 1981 — September 9, 2021

Clifton (Cliff) Matthew Feagin, 40, passed away on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at Liberty Regional Medical Center.

He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and playing video games in the fantasy genre. He loved a juicy steak with loaded taters, and he had a fondness for jelly beans. His steadfast passion, though, was his family.

Cliff’s zest for life kept him spontaneous and willing to try new things; however, Cliff was equally predictable – always doing things in 3s and meticulously planning his daily routine. His hygiene was immensely important to him, even if it meant collaterally coating every hard surface nearby with baby powder, and he never left home without flossers and chapstick. 

As sentimental and loving as he was, Cliff was also skilled at making others laugh. He had an incredible personality and generously shared it with others.  Cliff was a man of honor and integrity, a man of his word. He was patient, kind, and thoughtful, daily exemplifying what it meant to “do unto others.”

To honor Cliff’s legacy, love others. Lend a helping hand. Laugh more. And as Cliff did each and every night, say your prayers. 

He was preceded in death by his brother, Teo Feagin; and many of his beloved pets.

Cliff is survived by his wife of seven years, Rebecca Feagin; two daughters, Destiny and Olivia; one brother, Cecil Feagin (Amber); his parents; grandparents; and many extended family members.

Memorial services will begin at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at Carter Funeral Home Oglethorpe Chapel. A walk-through visitation will be held for thirty minutes prior to the service.

Social distancing guidelines will be observed and masks are required to be worn inside of the funeral home.

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