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He was preceded in death by his first wife, Donna Ellison Bozarth. Cecil was well-loved by all he met, and a second father to many. He had a big heart that touched everyone from Georgia to NC State to the car show field and beyond.
He consulted for various private firms and believed in sharing his knowledge with others to create real and practical solutions. Cecil was personable and had a quick wit.
He restored classic cars to original, out-of-factory condition and showed them with pride, winning many awards and making many friends. Cecil was fortunate to witness his son Philip's recent graduation from the University of Georgia, and to witness him grow into a fine man led by his example. Please honor Cecil by driving your classic car and displaying it proudly at either of these times. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Learn more about the Bozarth name.
Bozarth was an inspirational teacher, and he will be greatly missed. Bozarth, it quickly became a class that I enjoyed and valued. His love of the subject and ability to explain its relevance to others was a true asset to those of us lucky enough to be in his class. My condolences to his family. I have the fondest memories of Cecil. We traveled all over the world together delivering a finance workshop and there was never a dull moment.
From the time we got stuck in Germany at 2AM and ate McDonald's in a train station to the time Andrea, him, and myself squished into the tiny backseat of a taxi in Italy for the most terrifying high-speed ride of all time You will be so very missed, dear friend.
See you on the other side. Cecil was my colleague at NC State. My office was directly across from his for several years. Though he taught in a different discipline, we had many conversations about life, sons and daughters, politics, and many other topics.
When I visited his office to say hi, he would often whip out a picture of his wife, his son, or his latest car project. He beamed with pride when he talked about his family. I could always tell when Cecil was coming down the hall toward his office because he would often whistle a tune as he walked. One time, I told how much I enjoyed his whistling, and that it always made me smile.
About three years ago, I moved offices to a new floor. When Cecil walked by and saw me packing my stuff, he frowned and said, "Oh no. I told him that I was only moving to a new location. My new floor is not the same. There is no one that whistles. Maybe Cecil's example will inspire others to enjoy life a bit more. He will be greatly missed. With fond memories, Sherry Fowler. I'm very sad to hear of Cecil's passing. When I first got to NC State two years ago, Cecil was one of the first people I met since his office was right down the hall from mine.
We worked together several times on projects related to the school, and Cecil was always the most jovial and friendly person in the room.
He was also one of the most encouraging colleagues I have ever had. His presence around Nelson Hall will truly be missed. Bozarth was memorable! I was telling someone the other day about how he would pace the stage of Nelson holding a chair over his head while teaching. Colorful character. Condolences to the family. Beth Mgmt Class of ' I'm deeply saddened to hear about Prof.
Bozarth's passing. He was one of the best professors I've had in my academic career. His lectures were always engaging, fun and informative all at the same time. He would always go the extra mile to resolve our concerns or explain difficult principles to us.
May he rest in peace! Cecil was a good colleague and a pleasure to work with at NC State for the last 7 years. He cared about the students and providing them a good education while challenging them to do their best and apply their knowledge. He frequently helped me and my practicum teams on complex issues - always willing to help. Cecil also had a great sense of humor and made me laugh.
He was twice as big as me and he used his self-deprecating humor frequently about his size relative to mine or wanting my food. I enjoyed our group lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays and will remember them fondly. Cecil was a good man and a friend and will be missed. Sincerely, Tracy Freeman.
I first met Cecil when he started the restoration of his beloved Lincoln Zephyr coupe. I helped in the sourcing of several parts for the car and also provided some opinions as to what was correct or not for the restoration. He wanted everything about his Zephyr to be perfect, the same way he lived life. He always had a desire to have a "Big Lincoln" and he finally made that happen with the acquisition of his LeBaron Convertible Roadster.
He was excited to get his new garage and started dismantling his toy for the impending restoration. Sadly he will not have the opportunity to see his much anticipated project to the finish line. Cecil was a "gentle giant" among men. I knew him on the basis of our shared love of Lincoln automobiles but I saw what a stand up person he was after the passing of his first wife and his children's mother.
Later on I met the new love of his life, Andrea, a real breath of fresh air, and I was happy for both of them that they had found each other. While I would see them once or twice a year it was obvious that they were very good for each other.
I, along with anyone else who knew Dr. Cecil will certainly miss him. To his boys I extend my sympathies for your loss and to Andrea I say that you were lucky to have spent eight years with him and unlucky to have your future together taken away so suddenly.
May we all remember the good times with Cecil and wish him well on his next journey to Lincoln Heaven. Rest in peace Brother!! We will never forget that Cecil was never afraid to drive their Lincoln Zephyr car.
They always dressed period correct.. Cecil will be missed.. As I was new to NC State at the time, he always reached out to see how things were going. We would share a laugh about life as an academic and would promise to keep it all in perspective. He was a wonderful colleague and his absence will be strongly felt in the hallways and at the gym. Cecil, may your next journey be as successful as your life on earth.
My sincere condolences to your family. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Donna, and he is survived by his wife Andrea; his sons Philip and James; his parents Cecil Jr. He will be remembered for his kindness, humor, and ability to put anyone at ease. Home Obituaries cary, nc Dr.
In addition to his parents, Cecil Chester Bozarth Jr. Memories Dr. Kelly Walton June 1, Dr. Ashley Black May 31, I have the fondest memories of Cecil. Bill Rand May 29, I'm very sad to hear of Cecil's passing.
Beth Pennell Oxentine May 29, Dr. Deepak Nair May 29, I'm deeply saddened to hear about Prof. Ray Theriault May 27, I first met Cecil when he started the restoration of his beloved Lincoln Zephyr coupe. In Memory Of Dr. The Dignity Memorial brand name is used to identify a network of licensed funeral, cremation and cemetery providers that include affiliates of Service Corporation International, Allen Parkway, Houston, Texas.
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