Obituary of Jean Anne Casey
CASEY, Jean Anne
April 4, 1930 – May 16, 2020
Our beloved, witty, strong, courageous, beautiful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother Jean Anne Casey passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 16, 2020. She was predeceased by her husband Patrick Casey; great-granddaughter Ivy Jean Woolhether; sister Erica; and brothers George and Aubrey. Jean is survived by her children Patricia (Fred) Pollock, Philip (Deb) Casey, Dan (Donna Soder) Casey and Kelly (Janine Tejwany) Casey; grandchildren Shawn (Alana Kilmury) Pollock, Kelly Pollock, Karen (Gary) Scherle, Alison (Scott Evans) Pollock, Amy (Craig) Woolhether, Patrick (Natalee) Casey, Matthew (Brie) Casey, Ashlin (Aidan) Marquardt, Emma, Sarah, Max and Jackson Casey. A great-grandma (GG) to Norah Pollock, Owen, Sarah and Casey Mullins, Sierra and Nash Scherle, Khloe and Reid Woolhether, Hadley Marquardt; her sister Dilys (Sos) Ford; sister-in-law Joan Casey; brother-in-law Russ Casey; and many nieces and nephews. For anyone who met Jean, it didn’t take long to realize that she was a true English lady. Jean exuded, wit, trend and class. Her English roots touched every aspect of her life whether it was her beautifully manicured garden or her love of trifle and tea. The colour pink and Jean went hand in hand. Jean was known to be on top of it all; this was confirmed by her meticulous house; and trendy, classy style. She loved to travel, whether it was across the pond to her country of origin, or her yearly trip down south to Palm Springs. Jean was always up for a good laugh and was a wonderful story teller. She will be missed immensely. As we remember her, we will be sure to do so with a smile across our face. Graveside Service will be held at Riverside Memorial Park, 815 Assiniboine Avenue East, Regina, SK on Friday, May 22, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. Guests are welcome and may gather, in their vehicles, at the gate by 12:45 p.m. We ask that guests remain in their vehicles and follow the direction of Speers personnel to comply with gathering size restrictions. The graveside service will be broadcast, to vehicles in the cemetery on radio at FM 106.9. To view the livestream of the service, please click on the link to Speers TV at the top of Jean’s Tribute Page.
“Now that you live here in my chest,
Anywhere we sit is a mountain top.
What used to be pain is a lovely bench,
Where we can rest under the roses”
(Author - Rumi)