C.A. "Cass" Cassing
- August 2, 1926 - February 1, 2013
- Raytown, Missouri
of C.A.'s Passing
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Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery
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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.
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