oh my gosh seeing that cecil has passed on brought back a memorie that he did to me. he asked me if i had ever kissed one of his brothers that i had a crash on and i said no so he walked right over and kissed him for me. i about feel over with embarrassment and his brother giving him the meanest look ever. i still to this day see that look and every one laughing. he was a funny guy
~ lynda roybal, quail valley, California
I worked with Cecil for many years at Georgia-Pacific. He was always committed to getting the job done well and he was never shy about telling us what he really thought needed to be done. His integrity and forthright approach had a significant impact on everyone he worked with and you always knew that he would be there for you "in a pinch". It was a privilege knowing Cecil. May blessings be upon his loved ones!
We're so deeply sorry for your loss. Michael lit a candle when I told him the sad news. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and know that you're in our thoughts and prayers.
I only met him on a couple of occasions, but Bob was a wonderful and good-natured guy with a truly loving and beautiful family.
I wish I could be there. Hugs to Dolly, Debbie and the entire family.
Darcy & Michael
Dolly, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts.
Daughters have a special bond with their fathers. I was very close to my dad growing up and lost him many years ago. I know how sad you feel. I hope you take some comfort in all your good memories with him.