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Keith Uriah Casey

© The Eufaula Indian Journal
Thursday, June 21, 2001
Submitted by: A

Keith Uriah Casey was born June 7, 1932 in Eufaula, OK to Troy and Eppie Casey, married Carolyn Head on May 8, 1970 and passed away on Jun 16, 2001. Graveside services were June 19 at the Tripplet Cemetery on Texanna Road under the direction of Lescher-Millsap.

He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Virginia Casey and Pamela Casey; three brothers-in-law Jess Chambers, Bill Bratton and Bob Millard.

Survivors include his wife; three sons, Jeff Casey, John Casey and Keith Casey Jr of Windom, MN; three daughters, Keatha Jean Swendon, Brenda Swenson, and Judy Casey of Windom, MN; step-daughter, Wynona Myers of Tulsa, OK Charla Harris of McAlester, OK, Krystal Purelloy of the home, Keith Purelloy of the home, and Latonya Gray of Muskogee; and sisters, Teovia Bratton of Checotah.

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