Cecil “Bud” Gregorcic

July 2, 1945 - March 16, 2018

07/02/1945 - 03/16/2018

Cecil “Bud” Gregorcic went to his heavenly home in the arms of Jesus on Friday March 16, 2018. He passed peacefully at his home in Wheeling, West Virginia. He is survived by wife Veronica and his son, Todd (Dawn). daughters, Shawna (Tim) and Tiffany (Randy) and six grandchildren. He and his wife also raised their nephew, Andrew and their niece, Aundrea. Andrew helped Veronica care for him through his last days at home. Per Cecil’s request, all services will be private.
Arrangements handled by Altmeyer Funeral Home, Wheeling Chapel, 1400 Eoff Street, Wheeling. On line condolences can be expressed to the family at www.altmeyerfuneralhomes.com.

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Roxie Zawko
3 years ago

Bud. I was just thinking of you. O googled your nane and learned you had passed. I was not only your insurance agent but we were good friends. You sold my son his first car and my mom one as well. You were a great guy and the worldbwont be the same without you. Rest in peace.

Roger Wood
3 years ago

Wow, just finding out that my dear friend has been relieved of his pain, I’m sad for me I loved calling him and talking about the business, but he’s better now. Rest easy, you always worried if the people I worked for knew what they had, my boss knows and he makes it a point to let me know Bud.
Keep those customers happy brother until next time……I love you brother.

Todd Hillier
4 years ago

I met Bud when I was just a kid working at Lokey Oldsmobile in Clearwater, Florida. He was one of my best friends working there. I still tell the stories about me and him playing hooky from the car lot. Bud was quite the character and I always looked up to him. Condolences on the lost of such a fun and great guy.

James
4 years ago

Bud, you were one of the kindest men I have ever met. You sold me a Cadillac that I had for nearly 20 years. I came down from CT, and you showed me all around Clearwater, took me to lunch, and opened up your home. We talked about our shared love of Christ, and stories of how we met our wives. I will surely never forget your kindness. I will see you again brother. But not yet.

Cindy Steinhardt
4 years ago

I met Bud over 20 yrs ago when he came into my ice cream store. I’ve never met a man who could be so kind, generous, guiding, impartial but still make a statement. A true mentor. I know he loved his family dearly but how he cared for his friends will leave a mark on MY life forever.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Emily Ingram
4 years ago

Dear Gregorcic Family,
I’m sending love, peace and comfort to you all.
With love, Emily Ingram (your friend from Cove Cay)

James and Jean Wray
4 years ago

The first time Jean and I met you we were fresh off the plane from the Cayman Islands hoping for a fresh start in Clearwater, Florida. We realized we needed a car so we stopped at Lokey’s used car lot. It was our first sight of “Bud”. He was hitching up his trousers with a Cheshire cat grin on his face. I thought to myself here comes trouble. He marched out of the office and into our hearts. We were best friends for as long as he was in Florida. God bless you…You will be missed! Love from Jim and Jean Wray

derrick robinson sr
4 years ago

my dear friend.. im so sorry i didnt make it to see you in all these years. i have nothing but very fond memories of you and will always love you my Buddy
Im happy that we reconnected after all those years. I just wish i could have gave you a big hug before you left this earth. God rest your soul Bud.
What you did for me 31 years ago has kept me and mty family fed. You taught me the car business and gave me a chance when no one else would. and then we became friends…… I LOVE YOU BUD! IM so glad i always told you that when we spoke.. rest well my dear frend