George Davis Cagle
September 12, 1929 – February 27, 2018
George Davis Cagle was born in Eagle Springs, North Carolina, September 12, 1929, to Charles Cagle and Pearl Lindsey. He joined the Army Air Core in 1949. He retired from the United States Air Force on October 9, 1969, while last stationed at Hamilton Air Force Base. He reached the rank of Master Sergeant. During his military career, he was a radiology technician. He married Betsy Juanita Harris, and they both raised six children together. After retirement, George moved with his wife and children to Novato in 1970. There, he started his own business: Marin Portable X-Ray Service, serving private homes and care facilities throughout Marin County. During his years with Marin Portable X-Ray Service, he also served as a Deputy Coroner for Marin County. He was a member of the Masons and was an Alpha. George enjoyed reading the daily newspaper in his favorite chair by his living room window. He had a passion for cooking and gardening. He was an avid 49er’s fan. George touched the lives of many people with his smile and generosity, and he maintained his trademark sense of humor all the way to the end. He is survived by his five children: George Cagle Jr, Sherli Fitt (husband, Arnold Sr.) Michele China, Dr. Yvonne Cagle, and Steven Cagle. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Gwen Cagle and his sister Pearlie Mae. His sister, Willie Ingram, survives him. He also has twelve grandchildren: Johnsie, Candace, Andrew, Alison, Michael, Marcus, Miriam, Ashley, Shohan, Adrianne, Arnold Jr, Aaron, and five great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be held at 11:00 am, March 17th, at St. Sebastian Catholic Church. Matthew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
- Memorial Mass Saturday, March 17, 2018
- Reception Saturday, March 17, 2018
- Graveside Tuesday, March 20, 2018
George Davis Cagle
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Lestine and William Shedrick
March 14, 2018
So Sorry for your Loss. So sorry, we can not share this homecoming with you. We remember George for his thoughtfulness and the love of his family. We also know of his love for his daughter Shirle and his son Arnold. So glad to be a part of their lives. We especially know of his joy and commitment to his wife Juanita and their long journey together to produce such wonderful children and grandchildren. We will miss this face, but will join in the joy of knowing him. May he have a holy and blessed journey home. May the heavens open up the gates for a soul well lived. The angels await.
With all our love
Drs., William and Lestine Shedrick