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Ott Temple Casady
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Funeral services for Temple Casady, who died February 25, 1966 following a heart attack, were held Monday in Mesquite, Texas, with burial in the Grove Hill Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas.

Temple Casady was born in Malta, Montana June 17, 1908.

He was the only child of Ott and Elsie Casady and was raised by his uncle and aunt, John and Klina Casady.

He graduated from the Cheyenne High School and worked on the Cheyenne Star for his uncle, the late, John Casady.

His grandparents were the late Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Richardson of Hammon, Oklahoma.

Mr. Casady was a Linotype operator at the Dallas Times Herald and had lived in Dallas, Texas for the past eleven years.

He is survived by his wife, Myrtle and two daughters, Mrs. Charles DeCarlo of Chappaqua, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanbill of Mesquite, Texas; and four grandchildren, Charles and Steve DeCarlo of Chappaqua, New York; and Jana and Tracey Stanpbill of Mesquite, Texas.

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Clark, Mrs. L. E. Hodge, Jr. and Mrs. John Rector attended the funeral services for Temple Casady in Dallas, Texas, Monday.<.p>

Mr. Casady was the brother-in-law of Mrs. Jimmie Clark and uncle of Mrs. L. E. Hodge.


Temple Casady passed away in Cody, Wyoming last Wednesday.

He was a brother of John Casady and Mrs. Mollie Herring of Cheyenne.

In the early days Ott spent some time in Roger Mills County working on ranches. Later he became a professional "dude wrangler" and had been employed at the Valley Ranch, near Cody, for more than thirty years.

As a typical American cowboy, Ott was featured in Life magazine with pictures and a story of several pages, a few years ago.

Ott is survived by his wife, Florence Casady; and a son Temple Casady.

Temple attended school in Cheyenne, graduating with the Class of 1926. At the present time he employed as a linotypist in Dallas, Texas.

© Cheyenne Star - - published February 28, 1966.



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