Casey Dean Willman, 49, of Gilmanton, died Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2018, at his home. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Eddy Funeral Home in Gilmanton with Pastor David Jones officiating. Burial will follow in the Gilmanton Cemetery. Mr. Willman was born March 10, 1969, in Gilmanton to the late Daniel and Lois (Jacoby) Willman. He was a graduate of Gilmanton High School and earned a degree from New England College with an emphasis in funeral service administration. He worked for Eddy Funeral Home for 20 years as director of operations before retiring in 2016. In his retirement years he enjoyed spending time with his wife of 23 years, Kathy (Bourgeois) Willman; his children Aubrey and Chandler; and grandchildren Stormi and Landen. In Mr. Willman’s private life he enjoyed spending time fishing, hunting, camping and spending time with family. He was actively involved in his church where he served on the board of directors and volunteered extensively with numerous ministries including Hospice Care Ministry and Easter Seals/Sharon Regional Center for Developmental
Casey Dean Willman, 26, died suddenly on November 5th
Casey Dean Willman, 26, died suddenly on November 5th. Ms. Willman was an advocate for mental health awareness and had a passion for photography. She was born and raised in the small town of Minerva, Ohio. Ms. Willman graduated from Minerva High School in 2012 and went on to earn a degree in photography from Ringling College of Art and Design in 2016. Casey was recently hired as a photographer at the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. Ms. Willman is survived by her parents, Rich and Kim Willman, her sister, Sarah Willman, and her fiancé, Christopher Murphy. Her funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 11th at Eddy Funeral Home in Eddyville with burial following at Greenlawn Cemetery in Minerva. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi or Mental Health America.
A memorial service will be held at Eddy Funeral Home on November 12th
On November 12th, Casey Dean Willman will be laid to rest after a memorial service at Eddy Funeral Home. The beloved son of Denise and Donny Willman, Casey was born on January 5th, 1990 and passed away on October 28th, 2016 after a long battle with cancer. A graduate of Fremont High School, Casey enjoyed spending time with family and friends and was always eager to help out. In his spare time he enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping and playing video games. He was preceded in death by his father Donny and mother Denise. Survivors include his wife Amber (formerly Richardson) Willman; daughters Katelyn (Tyler) Gentry and Delaney Willman; sons Cody (Jordan)Willman and Dalton Willman; sisters Pam (Donnie) Hullar and Karen (Gary) Rimel; brothers Brenton (Karen) Willman and Brett (Jessica) Willman; step-father Jerry Richardson; step-mother Terri Richardson; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Casey Dean Willman Memorial Fund at any Chase Bank
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Casey Dean Willman Memorial Fund at any Chase Bank. The fund will provide financial assistance to Casey’s family during their time of need.
A celebration of life will be held at Eddy Funeral Home on November 19th
On Monday, November 19th, 2017 at Eddy Funeral Home in Brockville, Casey Dean Willman will be celebrated with a funeral service. The family invites friends and family to attend the service. Casey was born in Brockville on October 6th, 1978 and passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, November 17th surrounded by her loved ones. Casey enjoyed spending time outdoors fishing, camping and hiking with her husband and children. She was an advocate for animal rights and enjoyed volunteering with the Humane Society of York Region. Casey is survived by her husband of 16 years, Josh; daughters Hanna (Dylan) Meyers and Harper Willman, both of Toronto; son Hudson Willman of Victoria BC; sister-in-law Rebecca (Rob) Willman of Brockville; nephews Ryder Willman, Aiden Willman, Leo Meyers and Caden Willman; niece Amalia (AJ) Rochefort; great nephews Caden Rochefort and Owen Rochefort; many loving cousins and friends. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Humane Society of York Region in memory of Casey Dean Willman.
Casey Willman — OfficialUSA.com Records
Casey Willman, a beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend, passed away on Saturday, November 3rd after a long battle with cancer. Casey was born in Lubbock, Texas on May 6th, 1945 to Clyde and Vera Dean Willman. Casey married his high school sweetheart Kathy in 1967 and together they had two children; son Casey (Bryan) and daughter-in-law Whitney. In addition to his wife and children, Casey was very close to his granddaughters Harper and Haleigh who he loved spoiling rotten. Casey was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and bird watching. He also enjoyed spending time with his family at their home in Lubbock or traveling to see friends and family across the country. Casey was a member of First United Methodist Church where he served as a deacon for over 20 years. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
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AMESTOWN CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
The Amestown City Council met for the first time since Casey Dean Willman passed away on September 25th. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Dan Dwyer at 7:00 PM in the Amestown City Hall Council Chambers.
Following the Pledge of Allegiance, Mayor Dwyer welcomed everyone to the meeting and asked that any announcements be made after introductions were completed. Thirteen people were present including Mayor Dwyer, Deputy Mayor Christy Ackerman, Council members Tracey Lipinski, Dawn Emerson, Ellen Spiro, and Bill Gunnison as well as Clerk-Treasurer Dianne Bressler.
Mayor Dwyer announced that Casey Dean Willman would receive a full military funeral with military honors with a graveside service at Fort Drum Cemetery in upstate New York. He also announced that Eddy Funeral Home from Latham will be providing the service and burial. Following the announcements, Council President Ellen Spiro moved to open the meeting to discussion which began with condolences from various individuals in attendance including residents of Amestown and surrounding areas who knew Mr. Willman well.
Councilmember Dawn Emerson shared fond memories of growing up playing games with Casey and recalled his love of animals which she said he generously shared with those who crossed his path. Ms. Emerson also extended her sympathies to Mr. Willman’s family and friends noting that they have been through an unimaginable tragedy together during these past few months.
Casey Willman Obituary (1977 – 2022) – Legacy Remembers
Casey Dean Willman, age 77, of Toledo, Ohio passed away on Saturday, October 6, 2022 at his home surrounded by his loved ones. Casey was born on December 22nd, 1947 in Toledo to the late Dusty and Evelyn (Ladd) Dean. Casey was a graduate of Archbishop Hoban High School and attended Bowling Green State University. He married the love of his life, Jolene (Roberts) Willman on May 10th, 1972 in Bowling Green. Together they had two children; Hannah and Joshua. Casey was an ordained minister with Universal Life Church of Toledo. He loved spending time with his family and friends and enjoyed fishing, camping, golfing and spending time outdoors. Casey was a member of the Eddy Funeral Home Staff for over 25 years. In his free time he enjoyed reading Christian Fiction and seeking counsel from Pastor Rick Warren through daily emails from Saddleback Church in Orange County California where he served as Lead Pastor for over 20 years. Casey will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
Casey Willman – Shift leader – Grizzly’s – LinkedIn
Casey Willman was born and raised in the small town of Hartselle, Alabama. Casey joined Grizzly’s in 2003 as a shift leader and quickly became a key member of the team. Casey was an outgoing individual who loved spending time with his family and friends. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.