Cecil David (Dave) Porter
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Cecil David Porter "LITTLE DAVE" - March 8, 1937 - March 30, 2011
   
Dave and Mike in Okinawa    
Cecil David (Little Dave) Porter
 

Cecil David (Dave) Porter age 74 of Lancing passed away Wednesday March 30, 2011 at Roane Medical Center. He was of the Catholic Faith. Retired Master Sergeant from the U.S. Air Force having served 21 years and receiving several medals and commendations. Preceded in death by his parents John Porter and Montie Arrowwood Porter, brother Jim Porter, and half brother Bill Elliott.

Survivors
Wife of 51 years Betty Marlow Porter of Lancing
Sons Michael Porter & wife Gina of Teachey, NC
Mark Porter & wife Casondra of Knoxville
Rick Porter & fiancée Marie Chambers of Lancing
Sister Geraldine Jackson & husband David of Kingston
Brother Charles Ray Porter & wife Vivian of Nashville
Grandchildren Ryan Porter of Knoxville
Justin Porter of San Antonio, TX
Stephanie Chambers
Topaz Schubert both of Lancing

Graveside service 11:30 A.M. Friday at Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery in Knoxville with Father Michael Sweeney officiating. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 PM Thursday at Kyker Funeral Home in Harriman.
 

 

Little Dave Porter was a very good friend to everyone that really knew him.  Dave was located on a mountain top just outside of Lancing, Tennessee  in early 2009 and we told him about the Airborne Maintenance Technician Association (AMTA).  Dave immediately joined the AMTA as a LIFETIME MEMBER because of his love for his many, many United States Air Force friends.  Dave was unable to make the reunion in 2009 due to unforeseen reasons, but every AMT around the country that knew Dave has always cherished his sincere friendship.  Little Dave Porter will always remain in the hearts of his USAFSS friends and will always be missed.  God bless you Dave, and God bless your family.........