Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

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Cayden Chartney

January 16, 2005August 1, 2019

Cayden Chartney passed away August 1, 2019 near his home. Born January 16, 2005, he was the son of Justin Lee Chartney and Ronna Marye (Coffman) Chartney. Cayden loved skateboarding, playing video games, lifting weights, and playing football. Survivors include his mother, Ronna Cordis of the home and his dad, Bradley Cordis of the home; three sisters, Alexandria Smith of Kentucky; Haylee Chartney of the home; and Bella Rose Cordis of the home. Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m. Friday, August 9, 2019.


  • A Celebration of Life Memorial Service Friday, August 9, 2019


Cayden Chartney

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Amanda Olds

August 9, 2019

Cayden was the strong silent type of kid. He was a man among boys in stature, but was kind and tender hearted on the inside. He was a great student, I enjoyed every minute of having all three Chartneys in class. I love this family and have been and will continue to pray for peace and comfort for them.

Gemma Bucci

August 8, 2019

I never knew him in person but i had the greatest time when we talked on the phone. He made me laugh all the time and i always had a smile on my face when i was around him. I remembered one of the last times we talked, the whole time he was just reding me all the states in a country accent. We had the silliest conversations, but they still make me smile. He was a really amazing person. I still can't believe this happened. Honestly I really don't know what to say. Im so glad i met him. I just wish i got the chance to say goodbye. You will forever be remembered. Rest in peace.

aliyah anderson

August 8, 2019

i will miss you . forever , may your lovely soul rest in peace cayden . i love you ..
i enjoyed your calls , and stories i really did even if you said i was annoying :’)) i will appreciate how you told me and my friend scary stories and the “stoner teller stories”. and creepy pastas at sleepovers w you were the best. i will truly miss you Cayden Chartney .

Brenda Bowie

August 7, 2019

Unfortunately, I never knew you. But my dear friend, Terry Bogle Cuero, was always there for me when I was in need. ALWAYS. I am so sorry life took you so young. There are no words to say that is right in times like this, but from what I do know, is that you were loved by so many and will never be a forgotten angel.

Jacob Claxton

August 7, 2019

I remember playing fortnite with with you, i remember going to a weight meet with you, you always knew how to crack a joke and make someone smile, you’re unique, me and your sister are very close, im sorry i never got close to you, i just feel your presence still in my heart, just know your family loves you, I ask that you please give your sister the strength to succeed in life, your spirit will live forever in our hearts ❤️👼🏼

Jessica Fenimore

August 6, 2019

He was friends with my son austin. He was so sweet and loved the dogs. Even Clyde. I’ll miss his voice and his smile.

Blaine Murdock

August 5, 2019

He was a brother to me. 💁🏻‍♂️ He walked me around Falls Creek and he was always funny. 😄 He was a gamer, just like me and he was there for me when I was down in the dumps. He once gave me a LEGO minifigure! 😢 He was always there for me and I will always be there for him. Rest In Peace, old friend. You will always be in our hearts. 🧡🧡🧡

David James

August 4, 2019

I remembered when we played football together and i was gonna teach you to get better, you were an amazing person you always had a smile on ur face and it lightened my day up I miss you rest in paradise bud you will be greatly missed I know your looking down at us making sure everyone is doing good see you soon 😕💙

Trinity Frazier

August 4, 2019

Cayden was an absolute sweetheart. I always remember him telling me how great i was... My favorite memory of us is when we were snapping and we had an argument over if sushi was Japenese or Chinese 😂😂. He was so sweet, but brought so many laughs to me daily! ❤❤❤

Kim Haworth

August 3, 2019

Cayden is my nephew. He always had a smile and a contagious laugh. I almost punched him once. We were at the drive-in and he didn't want to watch the movie with his sisters so he got in my car. We were watching IT. He was so quiet that I forgot he was in the backseat. When he finally talked I jumped so far and almost punched him. He laughed and asked what I was going to do. It made me laugh and then the movie wasn't scary because we were laughing so hard. Cayden you'll always and forever be missed and loved. Love Always, Aunt Kim