The portrait of Southeast Missouri State University alumnus Gen. Seth McKee was dedicated yesterday as the newest image on the Missouri Wall of Fame floodwall mural in downtown Cape Girardeau. The Wall of Fame honors famous Missourians or people who achieved fame while residing in the state. McKee’s portrait was painted by local artist Craig Thomas and is between the portraits of (Mark Twain) and Gen. Omar Bradley. In December of 2016, the Southeast Board of Regents approved a resolution honoring him. At the time the Regents awarded this honor, he was the oldest-living American four-star general and highest-ranking D-Day survivor. McKee passed away Dec. 26, 2016 in Scottsdale, Arizona, at the age of 100 and is McKee the 48th addition to the floodwall’s west side.