Jeffrey Alan Magee-McCain, 30, of The Woodlands, Texas,
and formerly of Liberty, Texas, died early in the morning of Monday, March 9,
2015, at the Ben Taub General Hospital in Houston, Texas.
At his request, A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be
held from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. this Saturday, April 11, 2015, at the Marriott
Hotel & Convention Center, The Woodlands, Texas.
All who loved, adored, and feel honored to have met this social
butterfly are welcome. We will mix and mingle, Jeffrey-style, over informal
drinks starting at 6 p.m. Then, we will dine together while paying respect and
honoring his life with a collaboration of all of our most precious memories.
All who wish to share a poem, story or speak on behalf of Jeffrey are welcome
to do so.
Jeffrey was born October 2, 1984, in Irving, Texas to Michael
Joseph Magee, of Wills Point, Texas, and Susan Elaine Taylor McCain, of
Liberty, Texas. He graduated with top Honors at Liberty High School in 2002 and
received a degree in Integrated Marketing and Communication from Abilene
Christian University in 2006. He lived for several years in Dallas, where he
worked in public relations and was a member of the Turtle Creek Chorale men’s
chorus, until he moved to The Woodlands in late 2010 to be with family.
He was known for being extraordinarily friendly to anyone he met
and was no stranger to social events, whether volunteering, leading large
groups in singing, raising money for charity, or dining out with his adored
friends. He loved people, no matter their economic class, social status,
religion, color, or sexuality; meeting and forming continuous bonds with the
people he met was his passion in life. Any chance he could, he’d organize a
social gathering of his friends. The love and adoration he had for his friends
Jeffrey is survived by his sisters: Alanna Magee-McCain
Williamson, of The Woodlands, Bethany Sarah McCain, of Wichita Falls, Marina
Magee-McCain Reindfliesh, of Cleveland, and Sara Katherine Nicole Magee, of
Wills Point; brothers: Zachary David McCain, of Scotland and formally Archer
City, Phillip Michael Magee, Steven George Magee, and James Patrick William
Magee, of Wills Point; grandmother: Mary Jo McCain, of Liberty, formerly
Wichita Falls; fathers: Michael Joseph Magee, of Wills Point, and Kelly David
McCain, of Liberty; mothers: Susan Elaine Taylor McCain, of Liberty, and Beth
Marie Magee, of Wills Point; nephew, Gavin Michael Williamson; nieces: Samantha
Elaine McCain-Williamson, Amyah Rae Reindfliesh, Lylah Rose Reindfliesh;
cousin: Mary Fae McCain; and numerous other relatives and friends.
Floral arrangements may be delivered directly to the Marriott at
1601 Lake Robbins Dr., The Woodlands, Texas 77380, addressed to Jeffrey’s
Celebration of Life, and the hotel staff will convey appropriately to the
Tuscany Banquet room the day of the Memorial.
Thank you to all of his best friends and sisters who helped make
this special day of celebration possible.