Cedric

October 17, 1967 ~ October 18, 2021

Born in: Birmingham, AL
Resided in: Vincennes, IN

Cedric De’Andrial Voltz was born October 17, 1967 in Birmingham, AL to Philip and Odessa (Cabil) Voltz. He married Michelle Updike on January 18, 1991 and they were married seventeen years and had three children together and moved to Indiana in January of 1992.

Cedric had worked for Henderson Transfer and most recently Schott Gemtron. He was an avid sports fan but mainly loved his Alabama Crimson Tide and Dallas Cowboys and was known for constantly joking around and giving people a hard time.

Cedric is survived by his children, Son Jordyn Voltz and his wife Amanda, daughters, Rheagan Voltz, Andria Quivac and her husband Peter, Mackynzee Hicks and her husband Garrett; ten grandchildren, sisters, Melisa Stewart and Angel Voltz; and brothers, Roderick Cabil and Philip Voltz III and a host of nieces and nephews. Cedric was preceded in death by his parents, Philip Voltz, Jr. and Odessa Cabil Voltz, and his sister, Pearlie Cabil.

There will be a visitation on Thursday, October 21, 2021 from 3-6 pm at Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home, 524 Broadway, Vincennes, IN. The family asks that you wear a Alabama or Dallas Cowboys shirt or football jersey of your choice. There will be no graveside service as Cedric’s wishes were to be cremated and taken back home to be buried by his parents. On line memories may be shared with Cedric’s family and friends at www.goodwinsieversfh.com. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a donation to any AA or NA or recovery program of your choice in Cedric’s name. If you or anyone you know is suffering from alcoholism or drug addiction, there is help available. Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with the care of Cedric.

Services

Public Visitation: October 21, 2021 3:00 pm - October 21, 2021 6:00 pm

Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home - Vincennes
524 Broadway Street
VINCENNES, IN 47591


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  1. UNC u will forever be missed. The infectious smile, the laughter, the jokes the person u were altogether will be missed. Heaven has truly got a good one.

  2. Even though we were cousins, we also grew up like sisters and brothers. Cedric will forever hold a special place in my heart. We have so many fond memories. Gone too soon but you will never be forgotten. Take your rest.

  3. Ced, you will truly be missed. The times we shared growing up, I will always cherish. I couldn’t ask for a better, friend or play brother. God has truly bless you with family and friends who loved and cherished you. I pray your soul is resting in peace until we me again. To Angel, Lisa, Phil and the rest of the family, I’m praying for comfort and piece over you all and that you will cherished all the joy and love you received from Cedric while he was on long to you. God has return his angel home to Him to rest.

    Susie (Twana Bray Jackson)

  4. It saddens me to hear about one of my childhood friends. I can truly say that we were all one big family in Titusville neighborhood of Birmingham. Rest Peacefully my Brother!

  5. I am deeply saddened to learn of the loss of Cedric. My condolences to his beloved family members and to the beautiful family he created, as well as to the many people who knew and loved him. May he Rest In Eternal Peace. To be absent from the body is to be present with The Lord. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

  6. I pray for salvation and peace you now have. May your smile live through your children and grandchildren 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

  7. I can’t believe my brother is gone. I’m truly going to miss him. I will always love you. My heart is heavy right now but I will be alright. I’m going to miss you posting on fb and making my day. I Love You With All My Heart Your Baby Sister.

  8. Cousin Ced, I will never forget the memorable Duo video we shared about 4 months ago. Your humor and infectious laugh will be a constant reminder of you. I am so thankful that after all the years of us not talking to one another that our conversation was as if we had just spoken earlier that day. Until we meet again…

  9. Cedric you were on hell of a guy. Always made sure I had a smile on my face and a warm hug to make me feel better.

  10. Baby brother my heart is heavy right now, but I know you’re in a better place.
    No more suffering, nothing but peace.

    Say hello to Mom and Pop

  11. Cedric believe I do love you and will miss you some terribly taken away to soon but God had better plans for you. Until we meet again, rest in peace my baby brother

  12. Sincere condolences, I pray for peace and comfort to the family. I will miss talking about Tide football with you.

  13. I will miss you everyday at work…. the statement on the intercom ” why we ain’t running” and you yelling Catpee (Cathy)across the room will be forever missed. ROLL TIDE. Catpee out.

  14. I am sending prayers for the families strength and comfort during this most difficult time.

    Depree Williams and Family

  15. Cedric, You were the brother who always looked out for me, the only person I could really open up to. I will never forget our New Years 2020, both home alone and we brought in the New Years on FaceTime spending hours til our phones went dead. I will miss you dearly. You will always be in my heart. And when we meet again it’s your turn to buy😁 Love you Ced

  16. Mary Cabil.

    My greatest joy was seeing my nieces and nephews become adults. I’m glad to be here watching you all married having families of your own. Cedric you created a wonderful family, children and grandchildren. You did good nephew, God is very pleased with your work here. You can rest in peace. Sometimes we can’t see through the tears but even when you can’t see God has promised to be there. Loving, strengthening us to face each day. Children it will be difficult with such a void in your lives. Keep praying for each other and dad soul. To Neal, Phil, Lisa and Angel, Cedric is well. Michelle blessings to you for being there for Ced.
    I am truly saddened to lose another nephew. My heart aches. I’m here for you all. – Auntie –
    “GOD’S PEACE”

  17. I have no words right now you were like brother to me I’ll always remember your jokes and smile. We have to remember God loved you more than us.. Rest well.

  18. I’m so sorry to hear this. GOD doesn’t make any mistakes when he brings his children home but the thought of GOD’s process still leaves the family hurting. I’m praying for his family’s strength.

  19. To soon for you to leave
    your cousin in Denver Pastor W.C. Voltz Acts of Faith Minstries praying for family Psalm 23 & 2 Timothy 4:7-8

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