Glenmoor- David W. Cernansky, 51, of Walker Rd., passed away suddenly at 7:22am, Sunday, June 21, 2020 in the emergency room at East Liverpool City Hospital following an apparent heart attack.
David was born May 7, 1969 in Coshocton, Ohio, a son of Mike and Bridget (Dougherty) Cernansky and had lived in the area all of his life.
A graduate of Toronto High School, David attended Kent State University and was a hairdresser at Headlines in East Liverpool.
He enjoyed painting, gardening, and his dogs, Spencer, Stella, and Sheldon. David was a diehard Star Wars fan and he loved Kung foo movies. He also like to Kayak and go canoeing.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his domestic partner, Jim Vincent; brothers, Ryan (Kim) Cernansky and Justin (Katie) Cernansky; nieces and nephews, Colin, Quinn, Piper, Theo, and Ellie; other family members, Judy Eddinger, Jim (Cindy) Vincent, Jennifer (Randy) Brown, Autumn Vincent, Kayden Korble and Landon Vincent.
A celebration of David’s life will be held at 6pm, Friday, June 26, 2020 at the Eells-Leggett-Stauffer Funeral Home with Wade Richards officiating.
The family will receive guests from 3pm until the time of services Friday at the funeral home. We kindly ask that everyone in attendance to please observe facemask protocol and social distancing guidelines.
Memorial contributions may be made to any local animal shelter or animal charity.
Friends may also view David’s memorial tribute page, share memories, and leave condolences at www.eells-leggett-stauffer.com
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING DAVID'S SERVICES, PLEASE READ.
Due to the tremendous outpouring of love and support for David by his family and friends on social media. Our funeral home along with his family, felt the need to inform every one of some limitations that we must follow due to the COVID 19 restrictions. First and foremost, everyone is invited to attend his visitation from 3pm until 6pm. Please note that facemasks are highly recommended, social distancing guidelines will be enforced, and that we must continue to move slowly throughout the building. We cannot linger and visit like we are accustomed too. Secondly, seating for the services will be greatly limited to 50 percent of our capacity due to the governor’s restrictions on large gatherings. This will limit us to approximately 50 seats, spaced between our two rooms. Please note that once we reach our capacity, some folks unfortunately will not be able to stay for the service and some of you may be asked to leave. We greatly apologize for this situation, but for us to keep everyone safe and for us to remain in compliance, these restrictions must be followed. To allow everyone the opportunity to watch David’s service, it will be recorded and placed on his memorial tribute page for all to view. On behalf of David’s family, we dearly appreciate your love, support, and prayers and “Thank you” for your understanding during the time.
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