|Charles S. Cason (#46539301)|
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I have been wanting to do a tribute of some kind for my father, on behalf of my family, but until I recently caught up with computer technology, I wasn't able to do so.|
In many ways, this tribute would not have been possible, without Bill Gates, whose vision has brought everyone closer together via cyberspace.
Thank you, Bill.
And Dad, as you always told me, "Stay on the front row of life."
Well, I'm trying. But without you, it's just a little harder, and a little sadder.
Steve (Charles S. Cason)
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|Milli Cent||Zsa Zsa|
I saw your tribute to Ms. Gabor. BEAUTIFUL!!
|tricia cason||RE: To Charles Thayer Cason and John Lacy Cason and desc.|
I had a gentleman from youtube write me and tell me that John Cason was one of his favorite actors. I did not know he was left handed until he told me and told me about him being called lefty. John Lacy Cason is still considered the most important person who came out of Muenster, Texas. Jess Cason is my daughter's grt. Grandfather. Jess and John were first cousins. Just wanted you to know there is still Casons around Gainesville, Texas. There is not any left in Muenster. There is a Terry Cason, Mike Cason, Ricky Cason and Brenda Cason Walls, Nancy Cason Kirk still left around Gainesville. My daughter Casey Cason Weatherly is the daughter of Mike Cason.
|tricia cason||To Charles Thayer Cason and John Lacy Cason and desc.|
With deep respect, We the Casons of Muenster, Texas and Gainesville, Tx, send greetings to the California Casons. Use to love to hear Jess Cason talk about cousin John Lacy and family. I notice he was called John there but Lacy here in Texas before they moved. So we still call him Lacy from habit. When we get a chance we try and educate the public about the Cason brothers. I mostly wanted my daughter Casey Cason Weatherly to know her cousins in California. Tricia Sluder Cason
|Sam Lawson||RE: Charlie Cason | Re: your message for my father on FindAGrave|
You are welcome. I feel like I've known you all my life. You'll always have a friend in Indiana and you can take that to the bank.
|D. O.||connie cason|
I think it would be wonderful if someone would write a bio of Connie.
I do not have the technology for pictures of tombstones. Is someone assigned the job of laying a tombstone?
I am going to transfer management to you and hopefully you will be able to add her bio for future generations.
Added by D. O. on May 10, 2013 9:29 AM
I just got Lee's info highlighted onto my profile page, and so that should help, too - I do names for a week or so at a time and it will bring a flurry of visitors and the loyals will come back around. =)
|Rhonda C./Friends||RE: Lee Kinsloving's memorial page|
Hi, Mr. Cason - You're more than welcome; I have always felt it a shame that Lee left behind such a small amount of work. I watched telly westerns growing up with my dad and brother, and that's how I knew who he was (The Rifleman); I hope that the sponsorship will bring him some more visitors. =) Have a great New Year - Best, RCP and Gannon Blue
|Bob Cason||Saying hello...|
Hey Steve hows it been? Its been a while since I talk to you and well when I was looking up some stuff online about grandpa and john I seen this.