Cedric O’Neal “Mac” McGuire
Cedric McGuire celebrated his 100th birthday on Feb. 1. He was born in Noblesville, Indiana, and has lived in Eastern Washington for 74 years. He met his late wife, Norma McGuire, in Pocatello, and the couple were married in 1945.
McGuire worked as a car salesman and sales manager for 27 years. His most rewarding life achievements are his 50-year marriage and having his son.
He credits his long and healthy life to clean living, and his most memorable moment in the last 100 years was the end of World War II.
His son is Bill McGuire of Moses Lake. McGuire has two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
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