- August 19, 1933 - January 21, 2013
- Inman, South Carolina
of Charles' Passing
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“Thanks for your service to our country. RIP
1 of 18 | Posted by: L.A.
“We will miss those times when we visit Pat, Paul and the Girls in North Carolina on special occasions. Have had many laughts and great memories with...Read More »
2 of 18 | Posted by: Frank & Mary Wright - TN
“I will certainly miss our daily e-mails with lots of laughs...and also the time we shared at family gatherings in Cornelius, NC.
3 of 18 | Posted by: Ann Campbell - Warren, MI
“Our Very Deepest Sympathy To The Entire Cagle Family,
Chuck was such a wonderful guy with a great sense of humor.
He will be greatly missed.
...Read More »
4 of 18 | Posted by: Leonard and Joan Mullins - SC
“Cathy, we are so sorry for the loss of your dad. He was such a wonderful person and Chris & I especially loved him. You and your family are in our...Read More »
5 of 18 | Posted by: Anita & Chris Taylor - Macomb, MI
“I have many wonderful memories of Uncle Chuck, I believe the most fun we had was staying up until crazy hours in the night playing poker, either at...Read More »
6 of 18 | Posted by: Vicki Shellnut - Waterford, MI
“Deareast Bib Brother (Charlie)
Time goes by too quickly. When you married Jeanette I was just two weeks away from being born.
You were busy raising...Read More »
7 of 18 | Posted by: Linda M. Bryant - MI - Sister
“Dear Pat, Paul, Jaquie, Jill, and Katie, my heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your Father/Grandfather. I am sorry I cannot be there to give you hugs...Read More »
8 of 18 | Posted by: Susan Kehl - Charlotte, NC
“Charlie taught me how to plate grinding wheels. He made the most consistent wheel in the industry. I never forgot the time I came to his garage and...Read More »
9 of 18 | Posted by: Michael Saad - Spartanburg, SC
“My thoughts and prayers are with you.
10 of 18 | Posted by: Rev. Donna Sttoud - Spartanburg, SC
“Nisey, Maddy and Ali, May there be comfort in knowing friends are here and
share in your sorrow. Remember you are very much loved.
11 of 18 | Posted by: Jim and Lou Hodges - TN - Friends
My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I know there are no words that will help now, just know your dad is in the most...Read More »
12 of 18 | Posted by: Carol Garner - Miami, FL - Friend
“I am so glad I have many happy memories of my Uncle Chuck.
My Mom has shared numerous stories of their young lives from the time they lived in...Read More »
13 of 18 | Posted by: Brenda Schomer Moffett - MI
“Denise, Madi and Alli,
We love you and know that times are difficult right now. Trust in God and know that He is there with you to comfort you...Read More »
14 of 18 | Posted by: Heavenly Touch Massage - Boone, NC
“Thinking and praying for comfort during this difficult time I love you
15 of 18 | Posted by: Tammy Dunnigan - Boone, NC
“Denise, Madi , Ali and all your family. My heartfelt sorrow and prayers are with you at this sad time. I love you so very much. Lana
16 of 18 | Posted by: Lana J. King - Mountain City, TN
“Denise, Madi, Alli and family, Please know we have been and will continue to pray for all of you. Love you so much !
17 of 18 | Posted by: Wynn and Kim Winebarger Greer - NC
“Oh there are so many memories of Chucky that will always bring a smile to my face. He was truly a man that can only be described as one of a kind. ...Read More »
18 of 18 | Posted by: Elizabeth Moore - SC
Charles "Chuck" Edward Cagle Sr., 79, of Moore, passed away on Monday, January 21, 2013, surrounded by his family. Born August 19, 1933, in Bristol, TN, the eldest of nine children, he was the son of the late Franklin J. and Gladys Kistner Cagle and husband of the late Jeanette Savoy Cagle.
A veteran of the U. S. Army, Mr. Cagle served three years which included war service in Korea. He was honorably discharged and awarded the Silver Star, Purple Heart, Combat Infantry Badge, Korean Service Medal, United Nations Service Medal, and National Defense Service Medal. He graduated from Madison High School in Madison Heights, MI, was an avid golfer and outdoorsmen who enjoyed fishing and hunting, and was a long-time standing member of the local Three Pines Country Club.
His many accomplishments included being supervisor for Carmet Company in Madison Heights, MI and playing an instrumental role in the company's relocation to South Carolina. Chuck was also a parishioner and member of the Ushers Club at St. Vincent Ferrer, a member of the Board of Directors of the Madison Heights Police Reserves, was a two term elected councilman on the Madison Heights City Council and also served a term as Mayor Pro Tem, honorary member of the United Steel Workers Local 7331, and member of the American Legion Post #254.
He is survived by seven children, Charles Cagle Jr. of California, Deborah Hillman (Richard) of Madison Heights, MI, Kevin Cagle of Newport News, VA, Catherine Cagle (Nina) of Warren, MI, Patricia Wright (Paul) of Cornelius, NC, Denise Brown of Boone, NC, and Maureen Loehr (Mark) of Inman, SC; "adopted" son, Rick Moore "Big Dog" (Ann) of Moore, SC; 17 grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Jean Cagle Schomer and DiAnne Cagle Leitermann of Madison Heights, MI, and Linda Cagle Bryant of Clinton Twp, MI; brothers, Howard Cagle (Patricia) of Warren, MI, and Joseph Cagle (Michelle) of Southfield, MI; and several nieces and nephews. In additional to his parents and wife, he was predeceased by grandson, Shawn Cagle; and brothers, Frank Cagle, Richard Cagle, Donald Cagle, and Harold Cagle.
Visitation will be 1:00-2:00 PM Friday, January 25, 2013, at the Catholic Church of Jesus Our Risen Savior. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 2:00 PM, at the church, conducted by the Rev. Ted Kalaw. Burial with military honors will be celebrated in Michigan at a later date.
Following the services, the family invites friends to a Celebration of Life at Three Pines Country Club, 255 Plantation Drive, Woodruff, SC 29388.
Memorials may be made to Gentiva Hospice, 430 Roper Mountain Road Suite E, Greenville, SC 29615.
Floyd's North Church Street Chapel