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Christian Carrigan

Thursday, June 30, 2022
Christian Carrigan

Christian Carrigan’s life was suddenly taken away from him not from illness but from another human being.

Christian was born Feb. 20, 1986, in Lampasas and raised in Hamilton. He was an amazing husband, father of three girls, son, friend and brother to so many. He would give the shirt off his back if you ever needed it. He was always a phone call away to help his brothers, sisters, family and friends with anything they needed. It was nothing to see him go out the door to help someone with whatever problems that came about from being a shoulder to cry on to a shed to help build. Never was a stranger to hard work.

Growing up he helped his mother and father, Pam and Richard Beaty, mow the local cemetery. Back at a young age he spent numerous days skateboarding, playing football for Hamilton ISD, swimming, playing video games and jumping off the cliff into Lake Whitney.

As he grew in age, he became a father of an amazing daughter Lyndon Carrigan with first wife Kelsey Roberts. Playtime was over, and the switch was flipped straight into the best daddy he could be for his daughter.

As time moved on his interest changed to hard work, a lot of camping trips, kayaking and hanging out with his friends from time to time.

At the end of 2017 he became a daddy to two other little girls named Casey Guthrie and Madeline Guthrie. He stepped up six years after their own biological father’s death and made them his own. He married the girls’ mother, Angelia Carrigan, Sept. 26, 2020. He became a plant lover of all flowers, succulents, fruit trees, you couldn’t point out a flower he didn’t know.

He got certified to be a scuba diver, built homes, had a love for old trucks, sailing and so many other things, but one thing never changed, the love for all three of his girls, his wife, his family, mother, father and all his brothers, sisters even if they were not blood kin.

He had a heart of gold. To all that knew him it’s not farewell, it’s till we meet again.

He was preceded in death by sister Kaylie Beaty; grandparents Elder Carl and Gwen Watson and Birty Newton; and uncle Jeff Runyon.

Survivors include his wife Angelia Carrigan; daughters Madeline Guthrie, Casey Guthrie and Lyndon Carrigan, all of Hamilton; mother and father Pam and Richard Beaty of Hamilton; biological father Billy Bruner and wife Patricia of Kingsland; brother Jason Watson and Shakarra of Kempner; three nephews and two nieces of Kempner, Allison, Hunter, Bryan, Jayce and Avery; aunt Sharon Runyon of Lampasas; Ron and Etta Watson of Sommerville; and numerous aunts and cousins in Alabama.