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Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home

125 Idletime Drive, Greeneville, TN

OBITUARY

Joanne Casey

September 29, 1950October 4, 2019
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Joanne Casey, 69, of the South Central community in Chuckey, passed away Friday, October 4, 2019, at her residence.

She was a homemaker.

She was of the Christian faith.

Survivors include her husband: Bill Casey; children: Bill Casey, Jr. and wife, Kelly, of Greeneville, Kimberly Mack of Knoxville, Chris Casey and wife, Jennifer of Camarillo, California; granddaughter: Courtney Connor and husband, Caleb, of Kingsport, Tennessee, expecting first great grandson: Joseph Connor; and brothers-in-law: Paul Casey of California and Bob Casey of Fort Worth, Texas.

The family will receive friends on Saturday 6 – 7 pm at Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home.

The memorial service will be held at 7 pm in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Dr. Jim Fields officiating.

  • FAMILY

  • Bill Casey, Husband
  • Bill Casey, Jr. and Kelly, Son and Daughter-in-law
  • Kimberly Mack, Daughter
  • Chris and Jennifer Casey, Son and Daughter-in-law
  • Courtney and Caleb Connor, Granddaughter and Husband
  • Joseph Connor, Expected First Great Grandson
  • Paul Casey, Brother-in-law
  • Bob Casey, Brother-in-law

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, October 12, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, October 12, 2019

Memories

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NANCY NAGATANI

October 14, 2019

our deepest condolences to
Bill and the entire family. We are sad for her passing. We will remember the wonderful
good memories. Leona says Joannes lasagna is the best.
Emily still sleeps with her stuffed animal from Christmas. I will never forget Joannes lovable sweet personality. thank you for always welcoming my family from Japan. May you rest in peace and we love you.

Nancy, Tetsuro,Emily,Leona Nagatani

Shirley Cutshall

October 11, 2019

Bill, and family,
Please know that you are in my prayers. I loved JoAnn deeply.

With deep sympathy,
Shirley Cutshall

Chris Casey

October 11, 2019

Mom,

We will all miss you and love you forever in our hearts. We admire your strength and love of animals. We will gather together as a family and celebrate your life as you would want us to do. Thank you for your generosity, love and we are forever thankful to our happy memories we had together as a family, may you Rest In Peace!

Chris and Jennifer Casey

Kathy and Doug Kempf- Belliveau

October 10, 2019

To a wonderful women who was not only our neighbor, but a good friend .
Joanne will be deeply missed by all who loved her.
May she be at peace and our times together she’ll always be remembered.
All our love to her family.
Doug and kathy

Linda Solovay

October 10, 2019

Our deepest condolences to Bill and the entire family. We are so heartbroken by the passing of our dear friend Joanne.

Joanne and I clicked immediately when we became next door neighbors at Leisure Village Camarillo, in 2009.

Our first get together was when Bill and Joanne brought George and I to the ranch to meet Louie, and from then on, we were at the ranch a lot. We enjoyed and learned all about horses from Joanne. She was a wonderful teacher. We were hooked.

I watched Joanne and Courtney take many riding lessons, and down the line, I took riding lessons too. They were there to cheer me on and support me. They were good riders. I was not.

We spent time bike riding, playing ping pong, eating out. etc. Whatever we did, we always had a good time. I taught her my recipe for spaghetti meatballs and sausage. It took at least a half a day. More good laughs.

George and I were invited to many of their family gatherings, barbecues, etc., which were always a lot of fun.

She loved and lived for her family, and I especially admired her relationship with Courtney. She was a wonderful grandmother. I loved when I got to hang out with them.

One of my fondest memories is when we went camping in Kim and Joe's motor home in Malibu. Great weekend with Joanne, Kim and Courtney. More fun and laughs. She had such a great sense of humor.

I enjoyed helping out with little Thumper, Joanne's beloved rabbit. That was my first experience with a rabbit. I really enjoyed that little guy she loved so much.

At Channel Islands, Bill and I watched Joanne kayaking in the ocean, then she taught George to kayak in the inlet. Again she was a great teacher. No way I was going in the water since I do not swim.

When Bill and Joanne moved to TN we missed them so much. We kept in touch regularly over the years by texting and emailing often with lots of pics.

To my special warm wonderful friend. I will always cherish our friendship.
Rest in peace. Love you always.

Linda and George

Jane Pidduck

October 10, 2019

Joanne was a very dear and special neighbor many years ago in Camarillo. We both had young families and we shared a lot about raising children and husbands! Joanne was a kind and loving mother, very active in her children's lives. Bill, Billy, Kim, and Chris, may the good Lord bless and keep you during the long process of saying goodbye. Her passing will leave an empty place in your large family circle. What joy you have all brought her. She is with you all as you continue her teaching, love, and generosity to all. We are all better people because of her gentleness and kindness. Along with Carrie and Scott, we send our love and thoughts to you all. Jane Pidduck

Debra Knisley

October 10, 2019

Joanne taught me that a horse can love poetry and that a kayak gliding across still waters can bring peace. She was indeed a special person.

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Biography

Joanne Casey, 69, of the South Central community in Chuckey, passed away Friday, October 4, 2019, at her residence.

She was a homemaker.

She was of the Christian faith.

Survivors include her husband: Bill Casey; children: Bill Casey, Jr. and wife, Kelly, of Greeneville, Kimberly Mack of Knoxville, Chris Casey and wife, Jennife,r of Camarillo, California; granddaughter: Courtney Connor and husband, Caleb, of Kingsport, Tennessee, expecting first great grandson: Joseph Connor; and brothers-in-law: Paul Casey of California and Bob Casey of Fort Worth, Texas.

The family will receive friends on Saturday 6 – 7 pm at Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home.

The memorial service will be held at 7 pm in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Dr. Jim Fields officiating.