Louis Clifford “Cliff” Mancill~Mobile, Alabama~World War II, Korean War Veteran~~U.S. Army

Texas Tudor's Memorials

Louis Clifford Mancill, Johnnie Day, & Paul Buskirk, at Shakey’s Pizza Parlor, Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, TX, c. 1975. We loved it when they played “Roll out the Barrel”, “The Night Life”, “Good Times” , and any other Ray Price, Eddy Arnold, Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, or Meryl Haggard songs. We were so happy to be taken out for a good time. We loved the night life. We loved music, and pizza and Dr.Pepper and Diet Coke. We did not need beer to have a good time. 

Louis Clifford “Cliff” Mancill

Birth: Nov. 2, 1924
Escambia County
Florida, USA
Death: Dec. 20, 2002
Harris County
Texas, USA

Grew up in Robertsdale & Mobile, Alabama.Grandson of John Travis Wilson & Annie (Flowers) Wilson; and Edmond & Rosetta (Dillard) Mancill of Alabama. One of eight (8) living children.

Son of Elliott Devocious Mancill & Cora Lee (Wilson) Mancill of Alabama.


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