OBITUARY

Cassie Lee Byce

November 17, 1949October 6, 2021

Ms. Cassie Lee Byce, age 71, of Douglasville, Ga passed away Wednesday, October 6th, 2021. The family is receiving friends on Sunday, October 10th between the hours of 6pm until 9pm at Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home in Kennesaw, Cassie was born November 17th, 1949 in Atlanta, Ga to the late Alvin Byce and Gladys Inez Byce. A woman of faith, Cassie was a member of the Solid Rock Church in Douglasville. She had worked for many years in the Hospitality Industry with Best Western Hotels. Cassie was a natural giver, if anyone was in need she would try to help. She enjoyed many things that life had to offer, such as, the color yellow, Indian stuff, going to Walmart, but most all Cassie loved spending time with her grandchildren. Cassie is survived by her son – Jackie Edward Haynes and his wife Donna; brother – Alvin Byce, Jr.; sisters – Junie Mae Hunter and Betty Lou Belcher. Cassie had four grandchildren – Sondra, Christopher, Shane, and William; and six great grandchildren – Cora, Alivia, Lilly, Jesse, Gracelyn, and Teagan; nieces – Lorrie, Amanda, Tabitha, Amy, Haley, Karen, and Dawn; nephews – James Buck, Skylar, Kasey, James Hunter, Greg, Scott, Brandon, Shane, and James Lee. A celebration of life for Cassie will be held at a later date at the Mableton Pentecostal Church.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

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Louise Kidd

October 9, 2021

We grew up in the same rural neighborhood. I was as much at home in Cassie's home as my own. Cassie was the quieter of the sisters in her youth. She blossomed into an outgoing and confident adult. She shared her life experiences and about how much she had overcome. I haven't seen Cassie in several years, but all my memories of her are pleasant. She has finished the race. I pray she is resting peacefully at the feet of Jesus. God speed Cassie!

Brenda Turner

October 9, 2021

Walmart will never be the same without you Cassie every time I come into the place I always look for you looking at those labels and scanning each aisle one by one waiting on your medicine to be filled with sit and talk me on a scooter and you pushing the buggy and make so many people mad because we were in their way but you are truly a blessing to me every time I seen you this is not goodbye just that save me a place and I'll see you soon

Amy Hunter

October 8, 2021

My aunt cassie was a blessing to me when i lost my husband i would call her late at night and cry and she would always tell me it was going to be ok she was always full of love she never met a stranger she knew everyone she will be dearly missed i know she is in a better place with her mom and dad main one jesus i love u aunt cassie till we meet again..

Lorrie Belcher

October 8, 2021

I have so many memories with Cassie she would call and we would talk for hours at a time it was a honor to be able to take care of her when she got sick I would come home from work sit on the bed with her and talk about what ever she wonted to talk about we had our laughs that’s for sure she loved her family she will be miss I love you Cassie I know you are up there dancing with Jesus

Tabitha Black

October 8, 2021

My Aunt Cassie had the biggest heart. She was caring and always knew what to say. She would just sit there and talk for days if she could. The holidays will never be the same without her. I miss you already. Rest in peace beautiful. I love you.

Heather Freeman

October 8, 2021

What are the sweetest ladies I ever got to know. Her smile always brighten everyone's mood. Never said a bad word about nobody. I love you and you truly will be missed

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY