Keegan Wolf

Obituary of Keegan H Wolf

Keegan H. Wolf, 32, of Indianapolis, IN unexpectedly passed away on Saturday September 25, 2021. Keegan was born in Indianapolis, IN on May 07, 1989 to Norma J. Haag and Frederick H. Wolf. From a young age Keegan enjoyed playing sports and eventually fell into Paintball where he developed a passion and joined his big brother's paintball team the "Wise Guys". Keegan graduated from Brownsburg Highschool in 2007 where he then followed his passion and became a Gunsmith at Fort Liberty Firearms in Avon, IN. He loved going to work every day to meet new people and share his passion as a gunsmith. Keegan had a huge heart always finding, adopting and fostering homeless animals so they were never without love and always taken care of. His heart only grew bigger when his only child Greyson Wolf was born in 2014. Keegan loved his son more than anything in this world always beaming with pride when talking about him and making sure everyone saw how handsome Greyson is with the pictures, he always kept on him. Keegan loved life and enjoyed meeting new people and making sure everyone around him was having a good time. The one thing that his family wanted the world to know is how he had a smile that would break through the hardest exteriors and a twinkle in his eye that left a mark on your heart for your lifetime. He truly was a true gentleman! Keegan will sorely be missed by all the lives he touched especially his family. We thank God for blessing us all with such a one- of- a kind, unforgettable guy! Keegan is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Bob & Maxine Haag; and paternal grandfather, Ed Wolf. He is survived by his Father, Frederick (Debbie) Wolf; Mother, Norma Haag; brother, Cameron (Heather) Wolf; his niece and nephews, his Pride & Joy his beloved son, Greyson Wolf. In lieu of Flowers the family is asking that you continue to follow in his big footsteps by helping save the world with a kind contribution to Hamilton County Humane Society. At the request of the family funeral services held are private.
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