D. D. "Buck" Casady © Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Funeral services for D.D. "Buck" Casady, 77, Clinton, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Baptist Church of Clinton with Rev. Harles Ivey, Pastor, officiating.
Casady died in his home Saturday afternoon as a result of an apprarent heart attack. He was born and lived at Cheyenne. In 1928, he moved to Clinton and worked at various places, including the Tuberculosis Santiorium, Bills Bakery and a gas service station. His last employment was with Acme Welding.
He was a Master Mason and a member of the Clinton Masonic Lodge 339 AF and AM. He also was a member of the First Baptist Church. In 1965, he was Married to Vesta Tucker Watson.
Burial will be in the Clinton Cemetery.
Survivors include his wife, Vesta, of the home; a stepson, Kenneth Watson of Guthrie; three sisters, Johnie Olson of Cheyenne, Dalona Smith of Anaheim, California; Donna Cobb of Clinton, a step-grandson, Glenn Watson of Enid, Oklahoma; a step-granddaughter, Sharon Szewczul of Chicago, Illinois; and a number of nieces and nephews..
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