Landon Gabe Haggard, 18, of Mechanicsville, Maryland, passed away suddenly in Indianapolis on Saturday, July 11, 2020. Landon was born in Cookeville, Tennessee on December 19, 2001.
A child of an officer in the United States Navy, Landon was a bright individual currently attending Indiana Wesleyan University where he was going into his third year of college majoring in Psychology; he also enjoyed Apologetics and Religion. Landon excelled in homeschool graduating from high school at the age of 16. Landon was a member of Real Life Wesleyan Church in Mechanicsville where he was active in Elevate Youth Group, served the Appalachian Service Project rebuilding homes, the Loaves of Love food pantry, and volunteering where he could. Landon enjoyed playing basketball and listening to music. He had a funny and energetic personality that he used to make his siblings laugh; Landon was always being silly and dancing around to entertain others. Landon was known to be fashionable; his “Johnny Bravo” hair was one of his most striking features. Landon was an excellent big brother and son; he will be very missed by all.
Survivors include his parents, Stephen and Jodie (Munson) Haggard; his birth mother, Melissa Hobbs-Haggard; his siblings, Briley Haggard, Mason Foster, and Kenlyn Foster; his paternal grandparents; Roger and Gayle Haggard and Joseph and Linda Munson; his great grandmother, Betty Sue Holloway; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family members.
A memorial service to celebrate Landon’s life will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 10:00 AM in Real Life Wesleyan Church in Mechanicsville, Maryland. Burial will take place in a National Cemetery at a later date. At the request of the family, masks are required during the funeral service and social distancing is expected. To participate in the service remotely, please visit this link where you may stream Landon's funeral service live on Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 10:00 AM: https://www.reallife.us/ . In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Real Life Wesleyan Church to further acts of service or to the Tennessee Alzheimer’s Association to honor Landon’s NaNa, Gayle. Please visit www.ORileyFuneralHome.com to sign the online guest registry or share a favorite memory.