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Sunny Lane Funeral Home & Cemetery

4000 Se 29th Street, Del City, OK

OBITUARY

Cecil Ray Douglas

October 3, 1930February 12, 2020
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Cecil Ray “C.R.” “Doug” Douglas, aged 89 of Oklahoma City, Ok was born on October 3, 1930 to Thomas McCoy Douglas and Elma Irene Strube Douglas in Charlotte, N.C. He passed from this earth on February 12, 2020 in Oklahoma City. He is preceded in death by his parents, 1 brother, Edward McCoy “Dick” Douglas, his first wife, Dolores Brock Douglas, and second wife, Nanie Wolfe Douglas. He was in the Air Force as a young and served in the military police. He was always interested in law enforcement. After he was discharged from the military, he became a well-respected member of the Oklahoma City Police Department and was also a member of the F.O.P. Lodge 123. He served our city for 20 years, from 1954 to 1974, before retiring. After retirement, he continued working as a security guard until his 2nd retirement OG&E. he wrote poetry and loved books so much that he often quoted Shakespeare. Cecil is survived by his daughter Cynthia Truman and son-in-law Bernie “Butch” Truman of Oklahoma City, 1 grandson Jeremy Humphries and his wife Amanda of North Carolina, and a God-grandson Charles “Chuck” Truman of Oklahoma City. He will be missed by his family, extended family and many friends.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, February 20, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 21, 2020

Memories

Cecil Ray Douglas

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Wendell Jones

February 21, 2020

Dad is a Man
Who holds us in his arms
And shields us
From life's harms
Dad is a Man
Who through
Anything at all
Taught us to
Always stand tall
Dad is a Man
With a touch of his hand
Seemed to heal
Bad things we would feel
Dad is a Man
Who walked us through life through happiness
And strife
Dad is simply a Man,
a provider, a healer,
a friend, a protecter,
a listener, and a Father...
Dad, your gentleness
And everlasting love
Now shines down
from up above
At the end of every day
When the lights go dim
We Are Who We Are
Because Of Him.
Dad is a Man..
~W. Jones~

My deepest condolences Cindy, and heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your Dad. Much Love
Wendell Jones

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