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William Casey
In Memory of

William L. Casey

1956 - 2019

Obituary of William L. Casey

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NORTH BANGOR – With heavy hearts the family of William L. Casey, 62, announce his passing on Monday (July 8th) at the Alice Hyde Medical Center. Arrangements are with the Flint Funeral Home, Moira. Born in Malone, Bill was the son of the late Hugh and Lillian (Marlow) Casey. He attended Brushton-Moira High School. On September 22, 1979 he united into marriage with Anita Raimondo, and on their silver anniversary the couple had their union blessed. For eight years Bill was a farmer until he went over the road driving truck. At one time he worked as a truck driver for Universal Am-Cam, Morey Trucking, later for Tim Russell and retiring in 2012 due to health reasons. He enjoyed mowing his yard, spending time with his family and friends, woodworking and building, and always, the challenge of a good card game. Treasured memories will be forever in the hearts of his wife Anita, and his siblings Ronnie (Peggy) Casey of Brushton, Linda Gratton of North Bangor, Laura (Perry) Hamilton of North Bangor, and Leonard (Pam) Casey of Ellenburg. He is also survived by his grandchildren Aaron Casey, Brooke Recore, Chloe Recore, Tristen Lamica, along with beloved aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Along with his parents, Bill will be reunited in Heaven with his two sons Leighton who passed in 1988, Tommy who passed in 2012, his brother John J. Casey, his brother-in-law Phillip E. Gratton, nephews Glenn Gratton and Ronnie Casey, Jr. A time of visitation will be held Friday (July 12th) from 2-4 and 6-8 with prayers with Reverend Alfred H. Fish at the Flint Funeral Home, Moira. A Mass of Christian burial will be held Saturday 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Church Brushton, with the Rev. Raymond Moreau presiding. Burial will commence in the parish cemetery where he will be laid to rest beside his two sons Leighton and Tommy. Memorial contributions may be made to the Bangor Vol. Fire and EMS. Condolences and memories may be shared at