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Date of Passing: Dec 03, 2019Offer Condolences or Memory
He will be forever missed by his spouse, Marilyn Allan; sons, Austin (Heidi) and Mathias (Brielle); his father Harry; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins as well as Marilyn's family.
Casey was predeceased by his mother, Florence, in 2011.
He was one of a kind. Casey lived for his boys and took great pride in their accomplishments, wanting only the best for them. He spent 29 years working for Costco. He was most recently a comp shopper and boy, could he find the deals. The trailer at Spruce Sands was his escape and trips to surrounding areas on his motorcyle made it even better.
Casey didn't want a formal funeral so we will celebrate his life with friends and family at the lake this summer.
"Love you til Tuesday, honey."
As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 10, 2019
Condolences & Memories (3 entries)
I first met Casey at Costco many years ago when I was still actively bodybuilding and competing on the world stage in Europe. Casey was always interested in my competition and we would always talk about the countries that I competed in and what I saw while there. I will always miss our 5 -10 min conversations I will miss a good friend. - Posted by: Tom Heffner (Friend) on: Dec 10, 2019
We have known Casey since day one of Costco. A lot of funny memories. Eating at buffets with him without getting kicked out was a challenge.. my daughter was 2 and she would call him doughhead. Not sure why.. lol. We may have not stayed close but always had a chance to say hi. Touch base and exchange how the kids are doing. We are so shocked that we have to say goodbye to another Costco friend. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. Darcy and Sherri Costco 153 and 57 - Posted by: Darcy and Sherri Roberts (Costco family) on: Dec 10, 2019
Sincerest condolences from all the staff at the Wholesale Club. So sorry to hear of his sudden passing. Casey was a fixture at our store conducting his weekly price checks. He made many connections with the colleagues here, always making time to share a story or a quick laugh. Our thoughts go out to his family. He will be missed but remembered by all of us here. - Posted by: Kris Delbaere (Friend) on: Dec 10, 2019
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