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Cecil Ray Isham, Jr.

Cecil Ray Isham, Jr.
April 19
08:31 2021

Cecil Ray Isham, Jr., 19, passed away Wednesday, April 14, 2021, in Stephens County. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. at Grace Baptist Church in Graham, Texas. Burial will follow in Newcastle Cemetery under the direction of Morrison Funeral Home.

Cecil Ray was born December 10, 2001, in Graham to Vickey Deanne (Pendleton) and Cecil Ray Isham, Sr.  He was a Ranch Hand and Welder. He grew up in the Young and Stephens county area and graduated from Breckenridge High school in 2020. CR loved to spend time in the outdoors whether it be on horseback, in a river noodling or sitting around a fire with family and friends. He worked at several of the sale-barns and surrounding area ranches. The one place you could find him during hunting season, which he loved to do, would be Ray’s Wild Game Processing working along side David and his crew where he worked 3 years, ultimately becoming family. He was attending TSTC in Breckenridge to be a welder. CR was a Christian and was baptized at Grace Baptist Church. He attended First Baptist Church of Breckenridge, Texas. CR had a heart of gold and spent time making sure that everyone around him knew that they were loved and would do anything for them.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ward and Louann Pendleton, and uncle, Jeff Pendleton.

Survivors include: parents, Cecil and Vicki Isham of South Bend; adopted parents, Kevin and Stacy Flournoy of Breckenridge; brothers, Ethan Flournoy of Breckenridge and Shell McCoy of Eliasville; grandparents, Letha Faye Gray of Graham and Grandpa Wayne and Karol Hale of Cisco; uncle, William Isham of Graham; aunt, Kelisha Ervin and husband, Kevin of Wichita Falls; uncle, Tim Pendleton of Stephenville; cousins Kirsten, Bailey and Brylea Ervin and Shane, Brady and Blaze Pendleton, the Josh McCoy Family of Eliasville; numerous other family and friends.

Visitation will be held Monday, April 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to the Cecil Ray Isham scholarship fund and may be left at Morrison Funeral Home.

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