This holiday season Carolinas AGC’s (CAGC) Young Leaders will be giving back to two families of SCDOT employees who lost their lives on the job in July 2019. David Sibbick and Cecil Morgan were killed when they were struck by a driver while patching a pothole on US-501 near Myrtle Beach. Please read the stories below and if you wish to donate, visit: https://carolinasagc.givingfuel.com/2019operation-give-back.
Remembering David Sibbick
David Sibbick was 29 years old. His friends and family describe him as a friend to all with an infectious smile. If anyone ever needed help, David was always there to lend a hand, often dropping whatever he was doing. He was a friend and role model to his 21-year-old autistic step brother who like all of David’s family members adored him. David was passionate about music. He went to school in Florida to study recording arts and was pursuing his passion on the music scene.
In Memoriam: Cecil Morgan
Cecil Morgan, 35, was a 13-year veteran of the SCDOT. He will be remembered for his strong work ethic and willingness to step up to the plate to undertake any task. He leaves behind his wife, son, parents, brother and many friends.
For more information, please email CAGC’s Chelsea Andujar.