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Cecil Milburn Ziegler

March 26, 1955 January 18, 2019
Cecil Milburn Ziegler
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Obituary for Cecil Milburn Ziegler

On January 18, 2019, Cecil Ziegler, husband, father, brother, grandfather, and friend, passed away at age 63 from pancreatic cancer.
Cecil, known as “Bud” to his family, was born March 26, 1955, to Cecil and Doris Ziegler of Carlton, Oregon. As the youngest of three children he grew up working on his family’s cherry and filbert orchards with his siblings Joyce Dietzman and John “Jack” Ziegler. Cecil graduated in 1973 from Yamhill-Carlton High School and soon after started a career as a logger before taking a job working at the Darigold Creamery in McMinnville. In 1991, Cecil took a position at Cascade Steel where he retired after 28 years of working as a millwright.
In his spare time, Cecil enjoyed fishing, hunting and bird watching; he also dedicated many hours to his iron working talents, constructing lawn and garden decorations for his wife.
He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Bonnie, sister Joyce (Henry), daughter Michelle, son Jason (Rebecca), his grandchildren Brooke and Riley, and his four-legged children for whom he had a special affinity.
A Celebration of Cecil’s life will be held at 11:00 am, on January 24th, at Macy & Son Funeral Home, 135 NE Evans St, McMinnville.


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celebration of life

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24

Jan

11:00 AM 1/24/2019 11:00:00 AM
Macy & Son Funeral Directors

135 NE Evans Street
McMinnville, OR 97128

Macy & Son Funeral Directors
135 NE Evans Street McMinnville 97128 OR
United States
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