Cedric P. Kirkpatrick 04/15/2013

Cedric Kirkpatrick Cedric P. Kirkpatrick
Cedric Kirkpatrick died April 15th, 2013 at the Canton Potsdam Hospital. Cedric was a long time resident of Hermon, New York. A graveside service will be May 25, 2013, 11:00 am at the Spragueville Cemetery, Spragueville, Lay Pastoral Assistant Martha Helmer officiating, a gathering will be at 1:00 PM at the family farm, 1912 CR 21, Hermon. He was born in Spragueville, New York on December 15, 1936, the son of Ida and Percy Kirkpatrick. Cedric attended Hermon School and graduated in 1954. He ran and operated the family farm in Hermon, providing for his family and friends. Cedric was one of seven children. He was predeceased by; Harold, Muriel, Bernice and Earl. He is survived by his sisters Eunice, residing in Sonora California and Eleanor in Russell, New York and several nieces and nephews. After he closed down the family farm, Cedric worked at the Hermon Cemetery from 1995-2005. He was the consummate unselfish man, he provided for his family, putting his goals and dreams aside to make sure that everyone who needed shelter and friendship were provided for. Cedric will be missed by family and friends. Everyone who came into contact with him will forever remember his gentle demeanor and his kind and quiet generosity. Gifts can be made to the Hermon Fire Hall and the Hermon Cemetery in his memory.

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  1. AS a little girl and spending time at the farm I have wonderful memories of a wonderful family. I knew this man a Ceddy and he was a very nice man.
    Thoughts and prayers to his family.

  2. Love Cedie, we had many laughs together and good times. He was a great person a very kind man. I am sure he will be greatly missed as well has his sister Bernie who I also knew very well. Take Care Dear Friend

  3. I remember Cedie being around my family home when I was young and my Dad and him having many laughs and great times. God Bless his family!

  4. I remember cedie when I was younger and my mom and dad (Frank & Tinker) would go up to the farm and help out. Cedie was a great man and will be truely missed by all of us, He will always be with us in our hearts. love you cedie

  5. Am truly sorry for your loss. My father truly depended on Cedie for all that he did to help make the Hermon Cemetery a beautiful place. I loved going to the cemetery to see my dad and Cedie. Strange place to have wonderful memories, but they are wonderful memories. Will miss driving by the house and seeing Cedie out riding the lawn mower, but will always think of him when i drive by. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

  6. Cedie was a great man. Many a time I would spend time setting at his table and visit for hours. He was never to busy to help you out, would always get in his car and come after you if he see you walking, and take you where you were going. Stop by and help you do something, or lend you anything he owned. I used to grab ice cream sandwiches or something at the store when he was out mowing, and stop by his house and visit in the shade of the big trees while he took a break. Always let us ride our snowmobiles. I will miss him greatly.

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