I'm very sorry to hear this, I had known Cecil for about the last 10 years working in Shawnee. He was a pleasure to know and I always enjoyed hearing him tell stories from the war. RIP Cecil and thank you.
To my Scout Master in troop 403 I was sadden to hear you are not at camp on earth but or rejoicing with God and his angels in heaven.I have grown up to appreciate everything you have done for your Scouts. Thank you for being every boys Dad and will always remember the wonderful time we spent Thank you for sharing your time and life with us.You will always be my Scout Master I will miss you.Thank you for helping grow up and become a men you expect us to be. Jimmy Paris your Eagle Scout in 1972.
So sorry for your loss. Cecil will be greatly missed. May God be with you and all of your family at this time of sorrow. God Bless
Kenneth and Linda Weston
I was a scout in Troop 403 when Mr. J was the scoutmaster. He influenced me in so many ways, and I am sorry to read of his passing. He and his family--especially his son, William, one of my boyhood friends and classmates at Horace Mann school--are in my prayers. May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You.
Uncle Cecil, No one will ever be able to fill your shoes or take your place in our hearts. Thank you so much for all the love and smiles! Sending love and hugs to Patricia, William, Louise and ALL the family. Sincerely, Martha Evans