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Sam Cecil has passed away

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boone

I report with a sad heart that we have lost Sam Cecil.

The visitation will be at the Barlow Funeral Home, 2675 John Rowan Blvd, in Bardstown. Visitation will be Sunday from 10 am till 8pm and Monday from 9am till 10:30am...Funeral will be on Monday at 11:00 am at St. Joseph Church.

Bettye Jo

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bobbyc

He left us a treasure in the book he wrote. Fortunately he got to see himself inducted in the Hall of Fame. He will be missed.

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COPPERSTILL

I was lucky enough to hear his acceptance speech into the hall of fame, it truly was touching. He made a joke about how it was much better than receiving a posthumous award. He then noted that he had no experience receiving posthumous awards. I hope this comes off with all respect intended. He without a doubt did alot for the industry.

John Ed Beam

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boone

This was published in "The Kentucky Standard", Bardstown, Ky.

Friday, April 8, 2005

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boone

Part 1

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boone

Part 2

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kitzg

Indeed he contributed a lot and it is great that he shared with his book.

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bobbyc

In Memory Of

Samuel Kennett Cecil

Oct 26,1918-Apr 7,2005

A prayer by Saint Francis :

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.

Where there is hatred . . . let me sow love

Where there is injury . . . pardon

Where there is doubt . . . faith

Where there is despair . . .hope

Where there is darkness . . . light

Where there is sadness . . .joy

Divine Master,

grant that i may not so much seek

To be consoled . . .as to console

To be understood . . .as to understand,

To be loved . . . as to love

For it is in giving . . .that we receive,

It is in pardoning, that we are pardoned,

It is in dying . . .that we are born to eternal life

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nysquire

I am truly grateful to the man who shared his many years of knowledge with us through his book. A great man...

God Bless

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