Cecil Blaine Hedrick
May 8, 1928 - June 27, 2019
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Cecil Hedrick, 91, Nixa, went home to be with the Lord June 27, 2019. So appreciated for his genuine, giving heart to friends, neighbors and his church, he was lovingly visited and surrounded by many family and friends these final weeks. Cecil was born May 8, 1928, in Reeds Spring, the son of Elbert and…

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Dr M Elise Crain left a message on July 1, 2019:
I just remembered he did an addition to my parents home, likely in the 1970's. I live there now and appreciate his fine work. Dr M Elise Crain, Ozark
John Mead left a message on June 30, 2019:
Cecil was such a wonderful person to know and be around. We had the pleasure of being his friend for over 21 years and were the recipients of numerous pieces of his woodworking talents. We’ll truly miss him, but will feel comforted knowing that he is with Estelle once again. Rest in peace, old friend.
Al and Ronda left a message on June 30, 2019:
John and Nancy, Words are not adaquate to express how we felt about Cecil a true friend, mentor, fishing budding, and above all he would be there to encourage you and let you know he was proud of the achievements you made.We want to say THANK YOU for our time with him it was a treasure,joy, and so much LAUGHTER, the way those eyes would roll priceless memories. I will miss him greatly your father were and all around great guy when my grandson came in and laid in the middle of his floor to watch a cardinals game he said that kids going to be alright and we all laughed and the world was good
Elias left a message on June 29, 2019:
I wanted to add my condolences to Mr. Hedrick’s family and friends. Sadly, the sting of pain that death leaves with us is something all too common to mankind. However, the Bible shares with us a future where we won’t have to feel or even have knowledge of this pain. At Isaiah 25:8 it says God will “swallow up death forever” and “wipe away tears from all faces”. How wonderful this future will be with our loved ones.
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