Troy Allen Feagler

Troy Allen Feagler

November 26, 1964 - March 07, 2023

Troy Allen Feagler

November 26, 1964 - March 07, 2023


Troy Allen Feagler, 58, of Dana Point, California, passed away on March 7, 2023.  Troy was born November 26, 1964, in Bloomington, Indiana.  He grew up in St. Louis, Omaha, Denver and Fort Collins where he excelled in sports.  After high school, he joined the Marine Corp. followed by gaining a degree from Arizona State University.  He worked MCI Telecommunications where he met the love of his life, Caryn Fulton Feagler.  They were married on December 31, 1997, and just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in 2022.

For the last 20-years, he owned and operated Feagler Financial LLC, a financial advisory company.  His clients enjoyed working with him and trusted his advice.  He took pride in his long-standing professional relationships.

Troy was most proud of his two loving children Clay (25) and Chloe (21), they are the apple of his eye.

Troy is a huge sports fan, avid golfer, skier and loves football.  He spent the majority of his free time at El Niguel Country Club playing rounds of golf with “the boys” and playing in his weekly card game.   When not in California, Troy loved to travel with his family enjoying Hawaii, St. Thomas, Mexico, Australia, Italy and other European countries.

He “lived to eat” and barbequing was his specialty.   The perfect venue to show off his skill was hosting an annual 4thof July party at his home in Laguna Niguel for friends and family.  If he was cooking for 20, bought enough for 40, which is a reflection of his larger-than-life personality.

The family gives honor and many thanks to Troy’s brethren in the AA community for their love and support through the last twenty-three years.


Celebration Of Life

  • Date & Time: May 04, 2023 (1:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
  • Venue: El Niguel Country Club
  • Location: 23700 Clubhouse Drive Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 - (Get Directions)

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5 responses to Troy Allen Feagler

  1. Dyan McCool says:

    I am deeply sorry for your life. I have great memories of Troy in high school and his Marine Corp boot camp graduation. He was a great guy. My prayer is for the love of Jesus fill your hearts as you walk through this difficult time.

  2. Anne Will says:

    Troy- you always tried your best – to take care my best friend of life Caryn. I only met you once – on a trip to So Cal and stayed at your home. You will be greatly missed by everyone that has had the honor in life to know you. May you RIP my friend.

  3. I am So Saddened with the passing of Troy. Troy and my late husband Chris we’re great friends growing up. There was a never ending abundance of stories about their adventures.
    Troy will be greatly missed.
    I can only imagine the reunion Chris and Troy are having.
    Many blessings to His Family and loved ones.

  4. Such an honorable description of the person Troy became, I just goes to show that people are capable of anything they set their mind and heart to. He was a fun loving, entertaining friend, and no doubt he was a very generous friend and an even better husband to Caryn and dad to Clay and Chloe. He was a proud man and his laughter and goofy personality will remain in my memories. RIP, Troy, thanks for the memories!!!

  5. I am sorry to hear that Troy left his family and friends at such a young age, but this is God’s timing, and I just know they will be reunited again. Troy and I enjoyed many laughs in high school. He was such a kind friend. We never stayed in touch after high school but reconnected at the 30-year reunion where he shared about his family and his genuine love and devotion to them. What an amazing man he became. I’m glad I got to know him all those years ago and will pray for his wife, children, extended family and friends.

    Rest in peace, old friend.

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