Charles Cella, business, racetrack and sports winner, dies at 81

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You might say Charles Cella, who died Dec. 6 of complications of Parkinson's disease at his home in Ladue at age 81, enjoyed a trifecta of success at work and play. Not only were his family’s companies, Southern Real Estate & Financial Co. and Southwestern Enterprises Inc., among the largest and most successful in St. Louis, he was also a success in horse racing, as owner of one of the most successful tracks in the U.S., Oak Lawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark. On top of that, he was a nationally ranked...

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