OBITUARY

Stuart Arnold Kellogg

November 7, 1951December 27, 2018

Stuart A. Kellogg, 67, of El Paso, TX, passed away December 27, 2018. He was born in Norwalk, CT on November 7, 1951. Stu attended college in Boston where he received his degree in radio and TV communications. He was married to Debra P. Kellogg on February 10, 1973. Stu was a radio DJ and then started his own advertising agency/production studio and in later years focused on local and national voice overs. He was a member of the NRA and former member of the Citizen Advisory Committee at KCOS and had a passion for animal welfare, 2nd amendment rights, TV trivia, sci fi and Halloween. He is survived by his wife, Debra P. Kellogg, sister Anita Kellogg Sandefur, Brothers Edwin Welles Kellogg III and Thomas Scott Kellogg, nephew Brian Kellogg Sandefur and niece Kelsea Joan Sandefur. Visitation will be Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 10:30 am at Hillcrest Funeral Home – West with funeral service at 11:00 am. Interment to follow at Memory Gardens of the Valley Cemetery in Santa Teresa, NM.In lieu of flowers please donate to Animal Rescue League of El Paso.

  • FAMILY

  • Debra Kellogg, Wife

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, January 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, January 8, 2019
  • Commital Service Tuesday, January 8, 2019
REMEMBERING

Stuart Arnold Kellogg

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Bill Swearingen

January 25, 2019

I just got the notification of Stu's passing. I met Stu when he walked in to my computer store in the early 90's to buy a Commodore Amiga and a NewTek Video Toaster to add video editing to his production work. We struck up an immediate friendship with him and Deb that has lasted all these years. He is a great friend and Heaven is richer with him and we are poorer without him. Yava con Dios my friend, you will be greatly missed.

Rick Bennette

January 16, 2019

Here is a photo of Stu and myself in El Paso Texas during a visit.

Rick Bennette

January 16, 2019

I first encountered Stu as the voice of "The Frog" on the CB radio in 1972. Intrigued by his comical style, we eventually met and became good friends. He, his wife Deb, myself and whoever would date me at the time, spent many enjoyable weekends having fun. I was sad to see him move to Texas, but I ended up visiting he and his wife a few times over the years.

JENNIFER QUEVEDO

January 12, 2019

Stu was one of my favorite clients/friends when I when selling radio. My favorite memories are going to Jaxon's with him...he always had me laughing through the whole lunch. I will never forget Stu's humor and wit and of course his amazing Halloween parties. We always looked forward to Stu's Christmas cards and letters and although I am extremely sad, I am comforted knowing that Stu really enjoyed life and lived life to its fullest with the love of his life, Deb. God Bless you Stu Kellogg and may you rest in peace.

LaWanna Lincoln

January 7, 2019

From the first time I met him and Debra in conjunction with Animal Rescue League of El Paso, they both were as kind to us as they could be. He helped us in so many ways, and I was very saddened to hear the news of his passing. A kind soul without a doubt.

Anthony Reece

January 7, 2019

Thank you Stu for all your years as a great, professional voice talent within our industry. Your impact on us talent and the entire community will be remembered forever my friend. God's speed sir. Our prayers are with your wife and family.

Cecilia Cortez

January 6, 2019

When I worked at the Dance Factory Stu would record all our music on to one master tape/ CD. Rita,Linda, and I would spend hours at his house. He was always funny, sarcastic, and entertaining. Rest in peace, Stu!
Ceci Cortez

Gretchen Nelson

January 1, 2019

Stu is my cousin with whom I grew up with. We were always together in one way or another. He was my hero when we were young and a confidant when we got older. I adored him and remember us sharing all our dreams. He was a definite Trekkie and knew ever single episode bar none. He had a amazing memory and a gem at imitating voices. he could imitate anyone. When he laughed or was teasing he would have a special twinkle in his eye which he also had when he was with his wonderful wife Deb whom he adored.
I love you Stu and will miss you but we will once again meet and laugh together again. We will pretend we are "natural born enemies" as you used to say to me when we were young !! Oh to be together again as kids would be heaven!!

Stephen Bricker

January 1, 2019

I met Stu back in the seventies when we worked together at K-102 where we discovered a common love of Sci-Fi and would talk movies, Star Trek and Twilight Zone TV shows for hours. He had an amazing and accurate memory for details; exact titles, character's names, actors, and plots. Later, when we both went on to new ventures, he at PDA and I at my cruise agency, Stu always showed his appreciation for the cruise vacations I booked for him and Deb by highlighting my agency in the credits of his vacation videos. I will miss his passion, enthusiasm, energy and friendship.

Vanessa Volk

January 1, 2019

Debbie I don't know if you remember me (my maiden name was Burt) but I remember you and Stu from our days at Grahm. I married Roger Volk. We were very sorry to hear of Stu 's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. With sympathy, Roger and Vanessa Volk.

FROM THE FAMILY