Cecil Hubert Heavrin, LL.B.
Alpha Sigma Phi; Henry Clay Law Society; Strollers; Owensboro Club; T.K.B.; Band '17, '18; Quarter '18.
"Ephus" is a regular lady-killer. His melodious voice not alone placed him on the University quartet, but won for him an indelible spot in the hearts of the belles of the Bluegrass.
-The Kentuckian, 1919
Cecil Hubert Heavrin (September 8, 1897 - March 12, 1948) was born in Kentucky to Cicero Maxwell Heavrin and Ada Cox. Heavrin practiced law with his uncle M.L. Heavrin in Hartford, Kentucky after graduation. In 1926, he moved to West Palm Beach, Florida. He practiced law and worked as an insurance adjustor. Heavrin married Gertrude Wallingford in 1921. The couple divorced in 1941. Heavrin's brother, Earl Maxwell Heavrin, graduated from the College of Law in 1923.