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Cecil Eller


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BORN:
03/19/1942
DIED:
11/14/2020
LOCATION:
Charleston, WV

Cecil Eller

On Saturday, November 14, 2020, Cecil Dennis Eller, faithful husband and loving father, lost his fight to COVID-19 at age 78 in CAMC Memorial Hospital.

Cecil was born on March 19, 1942 in Hemp Hill, WV to Bon and Nell Eller.  He was a graduate of Pineville High School class of 1959 and received his bachelor’s degree from Morris Harvey. Cecil had the Eller Insurance Agency for 55 years and worked up until the day he got sick. He was happily married to the love of his life Kackie Sherman Eller for 59 years.  They raised two children, Lisa Katherine Stalvey and Christopher Keith Eller which he adored.

Cecil loved working and loved his family and friends.  He was vested in many businesses throughout  the years including 2001 VIP in Myrtle Beach, SC, Cagney’s Restaurant in Charleston, WV, Sun Harbor Marina in North Charleston, WV and Eller Subaru in Beckley, WV.  Cecil was kind hearted, funny, outgoing, generous and never met a stranger.  He always had a smile on his face.  Cecil will be greatly missed by so many in our community.

He was preceded in death by his father, Bon Eller and his mother, Nell Eller.

He is survived by his wife, Kackie Sherman Eller; daughter, Lisa (Ron) Stalvey of Columbia, SC; son, Chris (Carrie) Eller of Charleston, WV; grandchildren, Brycen Stalvey, Ali Eller, and Vince Eller; sister, Venus (Tom) Edmire of Scottsdale, AR; brother, Bernie (Bettie) Eller of Charleston, WV. He was also blessed with many lifelong friends.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions there will be a walk through visitation from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston for friends to pay their respects.

The family would like to thank all the doctors and nurses at CAMC Memorial Hospital for their support and kindness.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to a Go Fund Me account which has been set up for the 5th floor nurses and staff at CAMC Memorial Hospital who cared for Cecil during his fight with COVID-19.

Gofundme

https://www.gofundme.com/f/cecil-d-eller/donations?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR0YGDIzUFTYa2AXMmuw5FTCQvwtifhWZuBaT5pn8uH9MN9DYGIeAJAKH3Y

Memories may be shared by visiting www.snodgrassfuneral.com and selecting the obituary. Arrangements are in care of Snodgrass Funeral Home.

15 replies
  1. Scott Mitchell says:

    My sincere condolences on your loss. Such a great man and thankful for so many memories of him and his family going on trips to the beach and family gatherings.
    Much love to everyone!!
    Scott Mitchell

  2. Michael Marino says:

    Bernie & Family

    Sorry to hear the loss of Cecil, I know he will be missed! It was always great to see Cecil and all you guys coming to Myrtle Beach to play golf over the years.My condolence and prayers goes out to all of the family.

  3. Carrol Hurley Ullrich says:

    Dear Kackie. What a sad day it was to learn of Cecil’s death. He was my “sweetheart” for about a day when we were in the 8th grade, and has always been my friend, as have you. All of your classmates of 59 love you. We keep you in our prayers. Always, Carrol

  4. Robin Mitchell says:

    Kackie,Lisa and Chris, sending my sincere condolences on your loss of Cecil My heart breaks for you and your family, sending love and prayers . Love Robin

  5. Charles & Cynthia Carl says:

    What can we say about Cecil that hasn’t already been said. He was a friend and our insurance agent for 35 years. He always had a smile or a cheerful word to all he came in contact with. We tried recently to contact him about several policies we have without a response, then we knew something was dreadfully wrong. Please accept our sincere condolences and prayers during this difficult time. Charles & Cynthia Carl

  6. Greg Saunders says:

    I would like to extend my deepest condolences and prayers to the family of Cecil. I met Cecil in 2017 at BB&T and he instantly became one of my favorites. Each time he would visit me, whether, it was football season or basketball season, we would have lengthy conversations about the Mountaineers. One of the biggest fans I have ever met. I’m truly sorry to hear of his passing and he will be missed by us. Sincerely, Greg Saunders

  7. Stephanie Cameron says:

    I am so sorry about your Daddy Lisa. I know how much you all loved him. I am praying for peace and comfort for you all.

  8. Renee Grinder says:

    Such a great uncle, father and husband indeed! I have so many great memories to cherish…from Christmas stories, Mrytle Beach visits at his club, to summer time fun at Cagney’s. He will be greatly missed and love and hugs to Kackie, Lisa and Chris!! Love you all dearly!

  9. Cathy Blackwell Burdette says:

    Such a wonderful man to have known. I am so very sorry for your loss, hugs and prayers with you Lisa, Chris and Kackie, he will be missed. I wish you all peace and so so much love. I am hurting with you, he was quite the character and touched alot of peoples lives i know.

  10. Laura Thaw says:

    We were saddened to see this news. The Thaw family sends their deepest condolences. Laura, Robert, Carly and Rob

  11. Paul Kinneberg says:

    I am so incredibly sorry to hear of Cecil’s passing. I pray that the pain you are experiencing now will, with time, be replaced by all the good memories of this wonderful person. Cecil and I got to be good friends at Nautilus in Kanawha City. Our schedules aligned, and we sat in the sauna together and talked for 30 minutes nearly every day. I came to look forward to these discussions, and consider Cecil to be a good friend. His deep love for his wife and family was always evident.

  12. Kim Massey says:

    Cecil would light up any room! He was just one of those people. Fun to be around. Loved him! Continued prayers for Kackie, Lisa, Chris and their families. We love you!

  13. Priscilla Walkup says:

    Mrs. Eller, family and brother Bernie,
    We were shocked and saddened when we read about Cecil’s passing.
    Many, many people share this loss with you and hold you in their hearts at this most difficult time. Charley recently saw Cecil at a stop light on Greenbrier Street. They acknowledged each other with a friendly hand wave, Little did he know that this would be his farewell to his friend of many years. Cecil was a warm, kind and friendly person. He was genuine. We loved seeing him and Bernie at Tudor’s joking with his may friends. We will miss that exchange. We know that your hearts are broken and that the loss is unmeasurable but so is the love that he left behind with each of you. Prayers for comfort and peace.
    Charley and Priscilla Walkup . .

  14. Shawn Long says:

    I’m so sorry I couldn’t make it to Cecil’s service. My heart goes out to Kackie and the rest of the family. May God give you peace and comfort. You have a lifetime of memories, and faith that you will see one another again. Big hugs to the entire Eller family!

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