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To the family,

I only knew Cass for the past few years through Rotary, but we shared a common background since we were both from Concordia and with my son playing baseball, we had interesting talks. We will miss him. May God's peace be with you.

John Brackman

Posted by: John Brackman - Rotary & Baseball   Feb 06, 2013

Clint, So sorry about your loss. I know how much your father meant to you and know that you will cherish all the memories. I am sure he is very proud of the man you have become. Let me know if I can do anything. You and your family are in Tara, Brooke, Kate, Bree and I's prayers.

Posted by: Chad Allen - LaCygne, KS   Feb 05, 2013

Clint, sorry to hear about your loss. I always remember how close you and your dad were and what a nice man he was. You and your family will be my family's prayers. God Bless

Posted by: Lee Williams - Kansas City, MO   Feb 05, 2013

Cass was one of Raytown great assets, and loving friend. We will miss him.

Posted by: Jim Aziere - Raytown, MO - Friend, supporter, and Alderman   Feb 05, 2013

My thoughts and prayers are with you, the family. I am 70 and during the years 1957-1960 I played basketball for Raymore and Raymore-Peculiar HS. If my memory serves me, Mr Cassing was a referee and we were always happy to see he was working the game because he was the fairest referee ever.

Posted by: Theresa - Belton, MO   Feb 04, 2013

I,ve so many found memories of Cass. Such great times working with him and receiving his guideness during Raytown Chamber and Rotary functions. What a great leader and friend. He will be so missed but never forgotten. Our prayers go out to the Cassing Family. Dick &Lanna Strong.

Posted by: Dick and Lanna strong - Prairie Village, KS - Friend   Feb 04, 2013

Clint just wanted to let you know that Im sorry for your loss and I will have you and your family in my prayers

Posted by: Mona Donnell - lees summit, MO - Friend   Feb 04, 2013

I am Mickey Kogan's eldest son and worked with Cass when I was a teeenager at Gateway. I remember Cass as always being in a good humor, friendly and helpful to me as a kid. He really knew and loved sports. In those days at Gateway everyone was truly an expert in their field, and Cass was a perfect example. His 20 years at Gateway working with Dad was a testimonial to his love for his job.
I am sorry for your loss, but Cass gave back a lot to all of us that knew him.


Posted by: Ronald Kogan - Overland Park, KS - Knew him from Gateway   Feb 04, 2013