Cedric Trevor Geouge

Published 9:35 am Saturday, August 5, 2017

We remember the life of Cedric Trevor Geouge. Cedric, who as a faithful servant, answered God’s call Friday, July 28th at 11:15 AM, at the age of 27. Cedric moved to Winchester with his family in 1999 at the age of nine. He was already a gifted and talented boy. When he died, he had already lived a full life as a world traveler with many accomplishments, honors, and commendations to his name. He Joined the Boy Scout Troop 75 in Winchester, KY. He attended National and World Jamborees. He practiced Kempo karate and Shaolin do kung fu styles of martial arts. He had earned his brown belt, and was soon to earn his black belt. He danced three seasons with the Winchester Ballet. He earned his own way for two years as a Winchester Sun paperboy and later at the Grace Lutheran Church Daycare. He was in his second year of college at 17, when he suffered a stroke resulting in Locked in syndrome. But that did not stop him. He continued to complete his Eagle Scout with Honors. He continued as a world traveler. Most recently, he advocated on the issue of Disability Awareness in the Community. He loved people of all ages, especially children. He loved animals, especially dragons. A smile was never far from his face. He precedes his Grand-parents, parents, Paul and Jennifer, and his siblings, Erik and Kyla. And most importantly, his fiancée Ramona, with whom he was starting a family. He was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Lexington, Kentucky.

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