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“It was a honor taking care of you both during your final days You are now together for eternity. I wish the best for the family. ”
1 of 1 | Posted by: Frederick D Mitchem - San jose, CA

Stanley Frederick Cabell Born in Chicago, Illinois March 11, 1923- Transitioned January 13, 2005 Toms River New Jersey Suzue Kaikawa Cabell Born in Aichi Ken, Japan October 11, 1925- Transitioned May 13, 2011 Bonita California. Stanley and Susie were married September 28th 1951 in Tokyo Japan at the American Consular Service, Tokyo Japan. Stanley was well known in Cassopolis for his prowess as a Cassopolis Ranger football star in the late 30's. Enlisted in the US Army in 1942 Honorable Discharged 1945 Re-enlisted and retired in 1965 as a 1st Lieutenant (Battlefield Commissioned) he earned the European African Middle Eastern Theatre Ribbon, with 2 Bronze Stars Good Conduct Medal 2 Outstanding Service Bars Occupation Medal with Japan Clasp Victory Medal He later went on and received his Bachelors from Long Island University and Master in Physics from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He retired from Bell Laboratory as a Physicist, where he was a pioneer in developing the 911 Call System that is used throughout the US today for emergency calls. While at The US Army Electronics Command he pioneered with a team member the Thin-Film Preparation Technique widely used in the making of Semiconductor Chips. Susie was a well-known Costume Jewelry Designer in New York City. They had a great love for Cass and often visited the area just to keep in-touch with their roots. Cass is where Stanley and Susie wanted to rest in eternity. Stanley is preceded in death by his mother Riva Henderson Cabell, Father, Seth Cabell, Brother, Hubit Cabell, Sister, Joan Cabell Mitchem. Susie is preceded in death by her Father, Mother and Brother. They are survived by their son Kevin Cabell, granddaughter Tomiko Suzue of New Jersey, three grand sons Jean-Paul, Kevin and Anwar along with several nieces and nephews. Graveside services for Stanley and Suzie Cabell, formerly of Cassopolis, will be at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, June 18, 2011, in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Cassopolis. The combined honor guard of the William E. Lozier VFW Post #10704 and the Efton James American Legion Post #206, Cassopolis, will be providing Military Honors for Stanley Cabell.