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ALAN BRUCE CASS
Born: Apr 28, 1953
Date of Passing: Dec 31, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
ALAN BRUCE CASS
Alan was born April 28, 1953, and passed away suddenly on December 31, 2021 after a short illness.
He is survived by his wife Seria of 34 years; their sons, Evin, Aaron, and Kyle; his brother Kevin (Kathy); granddaughter Aaliyah; as well as his childhood friends, who care for him dearly.
Alan spent the majority of his career at the Winnipeg Land Titles office, and had just recently retired. He enjoyed photography, Scuba diving and watching his sons play sports. Alan was a beloved father who loved and was devoted to his sons, spending many hours with them at soccer and basketball games, as well as spending early mornings taking them to tournaments and other academic activities.
We all love you; miss you, and will never forget you. Your name, life, and all that you have done will always be remembered.
We would like to thank the doctors and staff at St. Boniface hospital for making our dad comfortable during his last days.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 15, 2022
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
I was shocked to hear of Al's passing. I only worked with Al for a short time, but his mentorship at Land Titles is something that has had a profound and lasting impact. He was always a pleasure to work with, and he will always be remembered. My condolences to his family. - Posted by: Keith Norek (Co-worker) on: Jan 28, 2022
My condolences to the Cass family. I only worked with Al for a short time but it didn't take me long to learn his bark was worse than his bite. Always willing to help and answer questions. Rest in peace, Al - Posted by: Laverne Adolphe (Coworker) on: Jan 26, 2022
We were shocked and very saddened to learn of Al's passing. Bruce worked with Al for his entire career and really got to know him well. We both thought so highly of him and speak of him often, always with fond memories. Al's sharp wit and good sense of timing made for many laughs over the years. Each joke was delivered with his characteristic twinkle in his eye. Al will be missed. Our deepest sympathy to the family. - Posted by: Bruce and Cathy Shaw (Co-worker ) on: Jan 17, 2022
I'm just shocked by this announcement. My condolences go out to his family. He was one of the interesting people I had the pleasure of working with in Surveys. He was the architect of what we call survey books online. - Posted by: Sid Dillabough (Co-worker) on: Jan 16, 2022
I wish to send my thoughts and prayers to you and your family. I was so fortunate to work with Al and call him my friend. He was always willing to share his knowledge of Land Titles especially Surveys. He also taught me so much about photography. He always had a smile when he would talk about his family. My deepest condolences Jeanné Stephenson - Posted by: Jeanne Stephenson (Former co-worker ) on: Jan 16, 2022
Our sincerest condolences to Seria and family on their sudden loss. As a family we had many wonderful times with Alan as a young boy and young man. We shared great dinners at Uncle Ray & Auntie Noreen's house with Alan, Daryl & Kevin for many years. Those who touch our lives will stay in our hearts forever and I know the warm and great memories of Alan will carry Seria and family through this difficult time. Gail & Jerry Morlock - Posted by: Gail Morlock (Cousin) on: Jan 15, 2022
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