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Cecil Ray Bostic

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Cecil Ray Bostic, son of the late Benjamin and Catheryn Knuckles Bostic was born at Lutesville, MO on June 3, 1931 and passed away at his home in Bloomfield on Jan. 25 2008 at the age of 76 years.

Cecil was a carpenter and worked at DAEOC for several years and was known for his guitar playing. He attended Trinity United Methodist Church in Bloomfield via TV and Pastor Susan Hoyle ministering in the home. On Nov. 13, 1987 he was married to Thelma Cordle.

Survivors include his wife Thelma Bostic of the home in Bloomfield, MO, 1 stepson, Bobby Cordle Jr. of Marion, AR, 1 step daughter, Debbie Milan of Turrell, AR, 2 brothers, Jude Bostic of Bloomfield, MO and Melvin Bostic of Sikeston, MO. 2 grandsons Joseph Bostic of Bloomfield, MO, and Step Grandson, Brandon Cordle of Tyronza, AR, 2 step granddaughters, Felecia and April Corlde of Tyronza, AR, 2 great grandsons, Lane and Galvin Bostic of Bloomfield, MO, a very special friend, Don Christian, who at the age of five named him Uncle Leroy, other relatives and many friends survive to mourn his passing. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by 1 son, Rickey Bostic, 1 step grandson, Bradley Cordle 3 brothers, Hubert, Floyd and Elmer Bostic, 5 sisters, Sylvia Hunter, Cletta Carver, Hazel Davis, Imogene McCulley and Peggy Bostic.

Friends may call at the Chiles-Cooper Funeral Home in Bloomfield from 5:00 to 8:00pm Saturday. Funeral services will be held on Sunday January, 27, 2008 at 2:00pm at the Chiles-Cooper Funeral Home in Bloomfield with Rev. Susan Hoyle officiating. Burial will follow in the Bloomfield Cemetery.

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