Dr. Richard Cagle - Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery


June 10, 2013


, Dr. Richard Cagle, Mobile Memorial Gardens CemeteryDecember 31, 1953 – June 6, 2013
Funeral Schedule: Tuesday, 6/11/2013, 2:30 PM
Arrangements:Funeral ceremony from Cottage Hill Baptist Church followed by the cemetery committal service.
Burial Location: Garden of Jesus in the Temple
Rick was an amazing man of God, loving husband, father, and grandfather. He served in ministry for 40 plus years. He went to be with his Heavenly Father Thursday, June 6, at his home in Semmes. He is survived by wife, Marie Collins Cagle, children Mark and wife Brandy, Allen and wife Mindy, David and wife Allison, Lindsey and husband Scott Stewart, VanScott and wife Caitlin, in addition to grandchildren Spencer, Evan, Audrey, Kate, Karis, Jacob, Sam, Halle, Collin, Clayton, & JohnScott. Founder of Crosspoint Church, Evergreen Ministries and the 714 Project. As a bivocational minister Rick had numerous business interests as a means to advance the Kingdom and provide for his family. Brother Rick will be extremely missed by his family and the many individuals he impacted. Absent from the body, yet present with The Lord. Funeral services will be held from Cottage Hill Baptist Church on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at 2:30 PM. Visitation will start at 1 PM. Burial will be in Mobile Memorial Gardens.

Interment arrangements by Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Mausoleum, 6100 Three Notch Rd., Mobile, AL 36619 | 251-661-1333

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2 thoughts on “Dr. Richard Cagle”

  • I am so sorry and my heart is totally broken! I met Rick when he came to First Baptist Jackson. We finished our D.Min within six months of one another. He counseled me and my son when my son was at University of Mobile. Our sons were good friends at the University I have not seen Rick for awhile but loved him in the Lord dearly. I am just blown away. May God watch over his precious family.

    Lawton Searcy

  • I am so sorry for your loss.
    My heart goes out to you, the family.
    You will remain in my thoughts and prayers.
    Henry

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