Keila Kasner, 51, of Quinlan, Texas (formerly of Bridgeport), passed away on May 11, 2022, in Rowlett, Texas. A funeral service is planned for 4 p.m, Sunday, May 15, at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home in Bridgeport, officiated by Mark and Paul Cantrell. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service also at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home.
Keila was born July 18, 1970, in Bridgeport, Texas to Dwayne and Elaine Kasner. She had a love for all things Harley-Davidson. She lived life to its fullest, spending a great deal of her time riding across the country with her faithful companion, Daisy, her beloved fur-baby of 10 years.
She is survived by her husband of 15 years, Rusty McClanahan; father, Dwayne Kasner; sons Triston Kasner, Robert ‘Robo’ Steele, Stevie Ray Steele, and Jaybo Steele; daughter Lacey Steele; brother Matt Kasner and wife Ashley; sister Rhonda Martin and husband Clay; grandchildren Molli, Halli, Colby, Rider, Jackson, and Jacey; nephews Jordan North and Krosston Kasner; niece Lindsey Bautovich; as well as her dog, Daisy.
Keila is preceded by her mother, Elaine Kasner, and grandparents, El and Laverne Pittman, and Matt and Hazel Kasner.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to a charity of your choice.
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