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William H. Eagan Jr.
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William H. Eagan Jr., 88, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Saturday, December, 2, 2023 at Stillwater Hospice Home in Fort Wayne. Bill was born April 16, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a United States Army veteran. Bill was the Vice President of sales at Irving Ready Mix, Inc. for 23years and had served as President of the Indiana Ready-Mix Concrete Association and Chairman of Indiana Concrete Council. He was a member of Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Bill enjoyed traveling, reading, golfing, going to casinos and spending time with his family. He is survived by his two daughters, Patricia Beller of Raleigh, NC and Beth Anne (Scott) Gmitter of Maumee, OH; son, Todd (Elaine) Eagan of Auburn, IN; grandchildren, Kate Beller, Kevin Beller, Grant Gmitter, Gretchen Gmitter, Samantha Eagan, Olivia Eagan and Reid Eagan; great grandson, James Card; sisters-in-law, Mari Craft of Jackson, MI and Janet Kenny of Grand Rapids, MI; plus, many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Muriel Eagan; father, William H. Eagan Sr.; mother, Eleanor Eagan; brother, Ronald Eagan. Funeral mass will be held 10:30 am Monday, December 18, 2023 at Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, 1502 E. Wallen Road with calling one hour prior. Visitation will also be held on Sunday, December 17, 2023 at Divine Mercy Funeral Home, 3500 Lake Ave., Fort Wayne from 1-4:00 p.m. with a rosary service at 3:45 p.m. Entombment will be held in Highland Park Cemetery with military honors. Memorial donations may be made to Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church or Stillwater Hospice.