Cecil Floyd Beagles
December 8, 1937 – August 23, 2018
On August 23, 2018, Cecil F. Beagles passed from this earth into the arms of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ after a short battle with cancer.
He was born December 8, 1937 to Cecil E. and Pearl E. Hull Beagles in Shattuck, Oklahoma. Cecil attended Shattuck public schools and graduated as president of his graduating class. He graduated from Central State College in Edmond, Oklahoma. He worked as President of Canyon Construction Company, a division of Henderson Properties, Inc., in Oklahoma City building homes, apartment projects, shopping centers, and high-rise condos for over 20 years. After retiring, Cecil opened his own construction company working various projects along with building and remodeling many Sonic Drive-In Restaurants in a 5 state area. He was an active member of First Baptist Church in Edmond, serving as a greeter, working in missions, and helping in other areas as needed.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Cecil and Pearl Beagles; 2 sister, Rosetta Sexton of Shattuck and Ramona (Pat) O’Neill of Marshall, Oklahoma; 1 brother Charles Beagles of Salt Lake City, Utah. Cecil is survived by his wife, Mary of the home; 3 sons, Ty and wife Gretchen, Brian, and Cory and wife Kelly Beagles all of Edmond; 1 daughter, Allyson and husband Michael Gerali of Denver, Colorado; and son Vance and wife Laura Beagles of Ft. Worth, Texas. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren of whom he was so very proud!
In lieu of flowers, please contribute to Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children in Oklahoma City or the charity of your choice.
- Cade Mashburn, Honorary
- Garrison Beagles, Honorary
- Sawyer Beagles, Honorary
- Bronson Beagles, Honorary
- Ty Beagles, Honorary
- Brian Beagles, Honorary
- Cory Beagles, Honorary
- Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children
- Memorial Service Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Cecil Floyd Beagles
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August 27, 2018
My first encounter with Cecil was working on Christmas decorations on Church yard, and other projects, like erecting tent. What a pleasure to work with him and just be around him. Cecil took a boat ride with me although he told me later, that was special since he didn't care for the water. We had many Prayers together at Men's Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday mornings. I enjoyed pestering his Grandkid's during Wednesday Suppers.
And OH what a Sweet Spirit you have Mary. Thank you for tolerating me and may God Bless and comfort you and your Family during this time.
IN Christian Love,
Larry & Janet Smith
August 24, 2018
First time we met Cecil he greeted us at the door of the church. He was such a breath of fresh air and gave us a warm feeling of being home. We had now found our new church home after having recently move to Edmond from Norman. Then we went to the McElvany class where we met his lovely wife, Mary, along with so many others. What a sweet & warm couple with such a love for our Lord Jesus.
Rest In Peace Cecil.