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Cecil Alvin Lovejoy
Birth: Jul. 6, 1902
Okanogan County
Washington, USA
Death: Nov. 3, 1965
Cle Elum
Kittitas County
Washington, USA

Cecil was born in Conconully and attended grade school there and completed his schooling at Okanogan where he graduated with the class of 1921. He married Dorothy Orra Revore on April 1, 1926. They had five children: Eugene, Margaret, Gertrude Irene, Theodore and Clyde Richard. During the early part of WWII, he worked for the Army Corps of Engineers at Fort Richardson, Alaska. He returned to the forest service before the war ended. The family has lived at Omak, Conconully, Okanogan, Winthrop and Seattle. Failing health in later years complelled Cecil to live with his son Ted in California the year before he died. He died at the home of his eldest son Eugene in Cle Elum. 
Family links: 
  Charles Henry Lovejoy (1862 - 1929)
  Elva Estella Jones Lovejoy (1876 - 1954)
  Eugene Austin Lovejoy (1926 - 2013)*
  Gertrude Irene Lovejoy Tyler (1930 - 2008)*
  Clyde Richard Lovejoy (1937 - 2003)*
  Baby Boy Lovejoy (1900 - 1900)*
  Cecil Alvin Lovejoy (1902 - 1965)
  Julius Hardy Lovejoy (1905 - 1952)*
  Paul Jones Lovejoy (1907 - 1998)*
*Calculated relationship
Conconully Cemetery
Okanogan County
Washington, USA
Created by: Holland St John
Record added: Oct 08, 2009
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Cecil Alvin Lovejoy
Added by: Holland St John
Cecil Alvin Lovejoy
Added by: Holland St John
Cecil Alvin Lovejoy
Added by: Holland St John
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A special flower for a cousin.
- Donna Lyle Alumbaugh
 Added: Oct. 11, 2009
Cecil was a devoted family man and well respected throughout the Okanogan valley. He was employed by the US Forest Service from 1925 until 1957. He was an avid outdoorsman and skilled hunter.
- Holland St John
 Added: Oct. 8, 2009
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