Cecil Teaford Welsh Jr.
Date of Death: June 24, 2022
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Cecil Teaford Welsh, Jr of Virginia Beach passed away peacefully on June 24,2022. He was born in Portsmouth, Virginia on November 11,1929 and was the son of Cecil T. Welsh, Sr. and Carrie Lee Rawles Welsh. Cecil was educated in Norfolk public schools and graduated from Granby High School. In 1952 he graduated from Virginia…

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Sharon and Charles Renner left a message on July 12, 2022:
We were blessed to have Cecil a part of our Holly Bluff neighborhood. It was always great to sit on the porch with him and Barbara and share stories. What a great person he was!!! I will always treasure our Aurora borealis event here on the Shore, standing on our docks and hollering back and forth, "Wow, did you see that?!" Our deepest sympathy to the family! You were blessed with a great husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend! Prayers and hugs....
Christy Crews left a message on July 5, 2022:
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JIm Harrington left a message on July 4, 2022:
My most unforgettable memory of Cecil Welsh is the sight of him at the top of a ladder against his Croatan house approximately 20-feet above ground. He was in the process of fixing something on the exterior of the 2nd or 3rd story. Possibly re-caulking a window. Along with my surprise of seeing a ladder of such length, I was shocked to see this 55-year-old man engaged in this work. But Cecil was deep in his element; focused on the task, proud of this ladder, and smiling on that bright clear day. Looking down at me he began to explain the intricacies of the project. I tried to listen, but my mind began to wander, watching the ladder sway with the exaggerated motion of his torso and one free hand used to describe the process of the repair. To this day, I think of Cecil Welsh every time to climb a ladder.
Monique Hunnicutt left a message on July 3, 2022:
Mr Welsh was the sweetest man! A devoted husband , father , grandfather and great grandfather. He could build anything and liked to do it himself, when possible. His sense of adventure and seeing the world was there , even in his last days. He was lucky to have three supportive, loving children and grandchildren to visit, bring him his favorite foods , take him to Drs appointments , taking drives around town to see the sights and dancing at the French festival most recently. He and Mrs Welsh were like second parents to me growing up . As adults , he was always interested in catching up and sharing great stories. You are missed and I am sure Paradise must be amazing !
Renshaw and Anna left a message on July 1, 2022:
We send to Barbara and the entire Welsh family, our deepest sorrow and condolences. There are people in your life that truly have an influence by both example and exceptional, and this was simply Cecil. From family, VMI, his engineering love, his extraordinary wife, his children and grandchildren, his legacy is simple yet far-reaching, and HE loved Big Band music and knew every song....."When that big brass hits you in the chest!".. we are so grateful for all the memories in our heart.
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