Troy:
Cecil Arley Voncannon, 63 of 215 N. Bilhen St. Troy formerly of Robbins went home to be with the Lord Friday, August 29, 2008 at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, Pinehurst.

Funeral service will be held 11:00 AM. Monday, September 1, 2008 at Faith Baptist Church, where he was a member, with the Rev. Martin Davis officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

Mr. Voncannon was a native of Randolph County, he was a retired Self-Employed Contractor. He enjoyed fishing, cooking, flower gardening, craft making and hunting. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ronie and Bertice Voncannon and sister, Janet Ingram.

Surviving are: companion: Dianne Yow of the home her daughter Manda Mastin and husband Robert of Troy. Brothers: Terry Voncannon and wife Barbara of Robbins and Garrion Voncannon of Asheboro.
Nephew: Eric Voncannon of Swannanoa, NC.
Nieces: Sharon Redding of Kernersville and Amanda Voncannon of Asheboro.
3 Great- Nephews, 2 Great- Nieces.
A special friend (Little-Miss) Kayla Thompson of Denton.
Loyal- Pet BoBo

The family will receive friends 6:30 " 8:30 PM. Sunday, August 31, 2008 at Kennedy Funeral Home, Robbins and other times at the home of Dianne Yow 215 N. Bilhen St. Troy and also at the home of his brother: Terry Voncannon in Robbins.

Online Condolences may be sent to www.kennedyfunerals.com

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  1. Really sorry to hear about Cecil. He was always a nice guy. Really friendly and easy to get along with. I always enjoyed his fruits and veggies when he brought them out to Troy Lumber. I will always remember a great guy with a wonderful personality. Diann

  2. TO; CECIL\’S FAMILY AND HIS SPECIAL LOVED ONES. HE WAS LOVED , A GREAT FRIEND TO MAMA, A COOK THAT MOST WIFE\’S WOULD WANT TO BE. HE WON\’T BE FORGOTTEN.
    JUST TIL WE MET AGAIN OYU GOT THERE FIRST. ALL OUR LOVE AND PRAYS TO THE FAMILY. LOVE BRUCE AND

  3. Cecil was a nice man full of joking and laughter when he was feeling good. He did many things for me that a biological Dad would not be able to do. He was a man of his word, when he told you something he would uphold his word to the best of his ability un

  4. Sorry to read of your family member\’s passing. You are in my thougths & prayers….I went to school with Janice, that was a LONG, LONG time ago…..Esther Cockman Godley, Melvin was my Dad…..

  5. With Heart-Felt Sympathy, My Love & Prayers to all the family.
    May God hold you all especially close thru this difficult time.
    \"As long as we live & remember, our loved ones live within our hearts.\"
    Terry & Barbara p

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