In Memoriam : James Cagle

James Cagle - age: 94
(November 02, 1917 to December 12, 2011 )
Resident of Ukiah, California

James Cagle passed away at his home on Saturday, December 12, 2011 with his loved ones in attendance. James was born in Riesel, Texas on November 2, 1917. He was a resident of Ukiah for the past 56 years. At James’ request no services will be held, private entombment at Evergreen Memorial Gardens will take place.
James owned and operated a wholesale lumber business for many years. In 1945, James married his loving wife Dorothy and never missed a day of saying to her “I love you”. James’ most important accomplishments were his wife and his family.
James was a charter member of the Cannibal Club and a Mason for over 56 years. He was a WWII veteran.
James will be remembered for his gentle hand and kind generosity. He always had a kind word for everyone no matter their station in life. Along with his playful attitude and wonderful sense of humor, he was a hard working man. His favorite quote was “If you don’t have anything good to say about someone, don’t say anything at all.” James was of Christian Faith.
James is survived by his loving wife Dorothy Cagle, daughter Annette Groenendaal, son Mark Cagle, sister Ruby Whitehouse, granddaughters Jessica and Sydney Groenendaal, great-grandson Matteo and numerous nieces and nephews. James was predeceased by his parents Oscar and Gwen Cagle, brothers Hildred and Will Ed, sisters Vida Bowden, Bessie Denton, Betty Jo Hobbs and Martha Gwen Bonner.
Donations in James’ name may be made to Shriners Hospital for Children 2425 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento, Ca. 95817-2215 or the charity of your choice.

Kitt Cagle - February 29, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
I am Mark Cagle's daughter. Mother: Janette M. Boutin. Kitt Cagle. I have very little memory of him but my half sibling brother Hawkin could probably tell me more. As for this comment all family and closely related are welcome to contact me and I would like to know more about the man he was, and if Dorothy remembers me when I was a little girl.. may peace and comfort find you. and hopefully you me!