Cecil Randolph Settle, 81, of Summerville, SC, husband of Audrey Ridgeway Settle, passed away Thursday, June 8, 2017.
Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Cecil’s name may be made to Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509, New York, NY 10018 or by visiting www.pdf.org.
Cecil was born January 10, 1936 in Rappahannock County in Virginia, the son of Walter Hamilton Settle and Carrie Elizabeth Frazier Settle. He was the Store Manager of Safeway for 38 years. He loved to travel, and enjoyed motorcycle riding, hunting, and fishing. Cecil was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan. He also cherished spending time with his family.
Cecil leaves behind his wife, Audrey Settle of Summerville, SC; three daughters, Cynthia McLeod and husband John of North Myrtle Beach, SC, Pamela Windish and husband James of Summerville, SC, and Kimberly Throckmorton and husband David of Powhatan, VA; brother, Wilton Settle and wife Emma of Front Royal, VA; sister, Camilla Ogint of Southington, CT; grandchildren, Drew Throckmorton and wife Brittney of Glen Allen, VA, Michael LaConia of Nashville, TN, Ashley Throckmorton of Midlothian, VA, Kelly McLeod of Houston, TX, Lea LaConia of Summerville, SC, and Brian McLeod of Charlotte, NC; and great-grandchildren, William Throckmorton and Joshua Throckmorton, both of Glen Allen, VA; and many nieces and nephews and friends who he adored.
Arrangements by PARKS FUNERAL HOME, 130 W. 1st North Street, Summerville, SC 29483.
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My gosh, where to start. Cecil Settle, (who will always be Mr. Settle to me), was like a second father. I grew up with him. Mr. Settle always played kickball with us kids. (He always picked my sister, Cheryl, as she was the runt of his litter)....He pulled a staple out of my thumb when my mother nearly passed out; he carried us sleepy-heads home after an adult night of cards. He was one of the original "family fathers" I ever knew. While I know part of life is death, and it's almost too obvious to say how much I will miss him, we know his spirit his free of pain, happy and watching over Mrs. Settle, Cynthia, Pam, Kim and their families. I also think he is watching out for Cheryl and me too........ we were five little girls who could always count on Mr. Settle for a game of ball, a friendly "get off the front lawn" and an RC cola in his recliner. Of course I will never forget you, Mr. Settle, and I'll see you one day - well not too soon, but in the meantime, enjoy looking down on the wonderful family you have raised. Carolyn
Submitted by Carolyn Cook on Jun 16 2017 06:44:37 PM
As a voice from the past I am sorry to hear of Cecil's passing. He and I were friends while in high school but went our seperate ways afterwards. May his family accept our condolences for this sad time in your lives.
Submitted by Tom & Edie Reil on Jun 16 2017 05:59:58 AM
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