Cecil D. Lacy Sr.

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Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home
804 State Ave
Marysville, WA

Cecil D. Lacy, Sr.

"Lacy" Cecil Lacy, Sr. joined his favorite baby girl, C.C. Lacy Eastman (daughter), in heaven on February 5, 2011. Lacy was born on September 4, 1937 in Vivian, Louisiana. He grew up in East Texas. He met and married the love of his life, Joy Jones Lacy, on November 11, 1957 in San Francisco, CA while in the Navy. After which, he became a permanent resident of Tulalip, WA. He was a commercial fisherman, heavy equipment operator, foundry worker, forester, mechanic, security officer for the Tulalip Smoke Shop, and Surveillance for the Tulalip Casino. Lacy also coached youth softball and basketball, which he did for a number of years.
Lacy is survived by his wife, Joy Jones Lacy; daughter, Shelly Lacy; sons, Harvey Eastman and Cecil (Sara) Lacy Jr.; grandchildren, Monique Lacy, Jerad Eastman, Marysa Eastman, Joylee Lacy, Cecile Lacy and Ian Cooper, all of Tulalip; and great-grandson, Jonny Vanderwel, of Marysville, WA. He is also survived by sister, Maxine Jackson; brother, George (Sadie) Lacy Jr., all of Texas; sisters-in-law, Virginia and George Carpenter and Dawn and Glen Simpson; brothers-in-law, Stan and JoAnne Jones, Al and Millie Jones, Dale and Barb Jones, Marvin Jones, Rich and Toby Jones and Delmar and Bev Jones.
He was preceded in death by his daughter, Cecile Ada Lacy Eastman; parents, George and Maggie Lacy and Cecil Dooley Lacy; sister, Alice and C.R. White.
He leaves numerous nieces; nephews; and friends in Tulalip and Texas. Also, his special nieces, Deb Brown, Renee Olson, April Simpson Brisbois, Nanie and Michele Balagot; and special nephew, Gary White.
Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, February 8 at the Tulalip Tribal Center with a burial to follow at Mission Beach Cemetery in Tulalip, WA.

Published in The Herald (Everett) from Feb. 8 to Feb. 9, 2011
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