This page is Offered as a Memorial to our Fallen Brothers and Sisters in West Virginia "RIP"
Ann Elizabeth Stull SCRC#067049 - Huntington, WV
Member of Metro Valley chapter 067
November 12th 1954 - April 11th 2018
Ann was the wife of WV State Officer Frank Stull (Pappy) they were married for 35 years, Ann loved to ride up until she had back problems that prevented her from enjoying the open road.
Ann had breathing problems that kept getting worse and on Wednesday April 11th 2018 she took her last breath on earth, You will be missed by many, RIP
Walter "Bucky" McCord member #0672022 Moatsville, West Virginia
Member of Windmill Ridge Chapter 672
Bucky held the office of Tail gunner in our Chapter. He always had our backs and watched over us whether on a ride or just hanging out. He loved riding his "Yamaha". He didn't hold it against the ones with "Harley's" for not riding a "better" bike! He was a devoted husband, father, and friend; he was looking forward to spending more time with his wife, now that the kids were grown. He worked with his father-in-law, enjoying riding with him as often as they could. He always brought a light to everything he was involved with, a ready smile and laugh first and foremost. We will miss him greatly.
Mary Louise Gaeger, 73, of Chesapeake, Ohio
Member of Metro Valley chapter 067 SCRC# 067022
Mary Louise passed away Friday, May 11, 2018 at Huntington Health and Rehabilitation Center, Huntington, WV. She was born October 16, 1944 in Huntington, WV daughter of the late Franklin and Delores Pauley Stull. She retired from YMCA of Huntington. She is survived by one daughter Allison Gaeger of Chesapeake, Ohio; two sons Brett (Terri) Gaeger of Chesapeake, Ohio and David “Daveo” (Misty) Gaeger of Crown City, Ohio; six grandchildren Alexis and Madison Smith, Cori Gaeger, Christian McNeely, Brittany and Andrew Brown; three brothers Frank “Gene” Stull, Dana Stull and Tommy Stull all of Huntington, WV; and several nieces and nephews.
Vince Rich SCC#358152 - Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Member of the Berkeley County Chapter 358
July 27, 1967 ~ July 23, 2007
Vince passed due to an extended illness at a very young age. He was a firearms instructor at the state prison and belonged to the West Virginia Abate along with the SCRC locally. He is survived by his daughter, Olivia and a brother David. Unfortunately, Vince didn't have an opportunity to ride often with the Southern Cruisers before the illness took him away but we know that he is joined by all those that preceeded him and they are having a fantastic ride now.
Mark Franklin Peacemaker SCC#358107 - Falling Waters, West Virginia
Member of the Berkeley County Chapter 358
January 31, 1957 ~ June 15, 2010
Mark Franklin Peacemaker was 53 when he went to be with the Lord peacefully after an extended illness. Mark was born in Martinsburg, WV. He worked for Dupont and later DSI/Fasloc Inc. for 17 years. He loved doing landscape work, which went from a hobby into a part-time job for 35 years. He enjoyed hunting with his son and riding his motorcycle. Mark was very active in working toward getting the skateboard park for the kids on Kelly Island Road.
Mark will be sadly missed by his wife, Cynthia Carol (Palmer) Peacemaker, his son, Mark Aaron Peacemaker, and his extended SCRC family. He was always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need.
WITHIN THIS PAGE ARE WRITTEN THE NAMES OF THOSE BROTHERS AND SISTERS WHO HAVE GONE BEFORE US.
IT IS FITTING THAT THEIR NAMES ARE SHOWN ON THIS PAGE AS THEY ARE SO INDELIBLY ETCHED IN OUR HEARTS AND MINDS.
AS YOU READ THESE WORDS LISTEN FOR THE FAR OFF RUMBLE OF THUNDER FOR IT IS THE SOUND OF THERE STEEDS OF STEEL STREAKING THROUGH THE HEAVENS.
FEEL THE GENTLE TOUCH OF THE SUMMER WIND AND KNOW THAT IT IS THE WARMTH OF THE LOVE THAT BINDS US TOGETHER.
Billy J. Valentine SCC#257026 - Harrisville, West Virginia
Member of the Mid-Ohio Valley Chapter 257
August 15, 1933 ~ April 16, 2007
Bill was retired after 30 years of service as a research assistant at GE. Bill enjoyed cruise ships, Harley Davidson motorcycles and was a member of the Harley Owners Group, the Southern Cruisers riding Club, the National Rifle Association and the Ohio Gun Collectors Association and enjoyed hunting.
Bill is survived by 3 sons, a brother, 6 grandchildren, 1 great grand-son, his dog Jeb and his extended family in all of the clubs and associations he belonged to including the Southern Cruisers.
Larry Collins - Huntington, WV
Member Metro Valley chapter 067
American Legion Rider post 16
Larry loved to ride and he loved riding with SCRC, Larry joined Southern Cruisers after riding with Metro Valley chapter 067 a few times while Pappy was 1st officer and he always said that riding with friends is the best thing that ever happened to him. Larry RIP you will be missed.
Larry passed 2014 due to heart failure.
Allen McKinley - SCRC#485026
Member of North Central Chapter 485
Feb. 14, 1953 - Jul. 2, 2015
He enjoyed his family, motorcycling, skiing and spending time with his animals
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Samuel Luedke - SCC#067016 Nitro, West Virginia
Member of Metro Valley Chapter 067
July 19, 1948 - November 20, 2014
Samuel was a Army Vietnam Veteran, GM retiree, VFW and Southern Cruisers riding club member.
Tim McGinnis SCC#458009 - Salem, West Virginia
Member of the North Central Chapter 485
August 28, 1955 ~ December 31, 2006
Tim passed after a long fight with an extended illness. Tim served as Road Captain because of his knowledge of the back roads of the State. He had served in the Army during the Vietnam war.
He leaves behind his daughter, Bridgette along with Brothers and many loving friends and neighbors.
Raymond Westfall SCC#121005 – Summersville West Virginia
Member of the Mountain Lakes Chapter 121
July 30, 1951 ~ May 20, 2012
One of the founding members of what was then the Gilmer County Chapter 121 later to become Mountain Lakes Region. Raymond and his wife Brenda often had to travel an hour just to attend a meeting. He was always committed to the SCRC and attended events of other Chapters many miles from his home. Always quick to host out of state SCRC members when they were passing up and down US 19, Raymond found time to help in anyway he could.
Raymond always said that "When one door opens another door closes." Heaven has gained another angel. Thank you Ray for laying the ground work for me to follow. You are truly missed and will always be in our hearts. Your spirit lives on.
James (Jim) W. DeBerry Jr SCC#577018 - Kingwood, WV
Member of High Mountain chapter 577
September 29, 1951 - April 18, 2015
Jim passed at his residence with family by his side.
Maywood (Tim) Turner (T-BONE) SCRC# 067011 Huntington, West Virginia
Member of Metro Valley Chapter 067
December 29, 1943 - October 25, 2015
In 2006 Tim was looking for something exciting for he and Kim to do so he bought a Honda motorcycle so they could enjoy time in the wind, he always liked the saying, "If you don't ride then you don't know." well that's very true. Tim wanted more than just to ride he wanted someone else to ride with so he talked to me (Frank Stull )(Pappy) a co-worker about Southern Cruisers Riding Club, after a few times talking he and Kim (Sweet Pea) became members on September 18th 2006 of Southern Cruisers Riding Club Metro Valley chapter 067 until about a year ago Tim and Kim were active members of the chapter with being at most meetings and functions riding whenever they could.Southern Cruisers Riding Club Metro Valley chapter 067 has lost a true brother and friend. May God be with you Tim. RIP
On October 25th 2015 at around 3:15pm T-Bone lost his battle with lung cancer.