OBITUARY

Neland E. Cass

May 15, 1960April 9, 2018

Neland “Neil” Cass of Binghamton/ Nichols, NY, went home to be with the Lord on April 9, 2018 at Lourdes hospital surrounded by his loving family. Neil was born on May 15 1960 in Waverly, NY he graduated from Tioga Central High in 1978. Neil served in the U.S. Army and worked at Boscov’s Dept. Store. Neil was predeceased by his parents Newell and Jean Cass, and his sister, Barbara Cass. Survivors include his son, Brad Giles, brother, William & Linda Cass, sisters, Carol & Thomas Dyno, Valerie & John Patak and MRS. D., life partner, Marion “Midge” Miller, her sons, Thomas & Theresa and Michael Miller, grandchildren, Thomas, Tyler & Tiffany Miller, in-law’s, Elaine Johnston, Patty Sullivan, Leslie & Gary Scalzo and James Johnston, also many nieces, nephews and cousins. A Celebration of Neil’s Life will be held on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 2:00 pm., at the Sarah Jane Johnson United Memorial Methodist Church 308 Main St. Johnson City, NY 13790. In lieu of flowers kindly consider memorial contributions in Neil’s name to the, www.nationalmssociety.org>Donate.

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Ellen Coppola

April 27, 2018

Midge and Neal's family, Sorry to hear of your loss. Neal will be greatly missed by the people he loved and loved him. I didn't realize he hadn't been feeling well. I will keep you in my prayers and pray the healing process with come to you all, while time passes. Neal was a good man.

Kirk Rapp

April 26, 2018

I'm sorry for your loss ... keep the memories in your heart

(Rev.) Will. Harrison Jr

April 20, 2018

To "Midge", the most sincere sympathies for you and to all of his family and friends. Sad to see him go and he will indeed be missed.

SUSAN DEOLIVEIRA

April 18, 2018

I was so shocked and surprised when I heard of Neil's death, I knew he was sick but never thought it would end like this. It just goes to show you never know when it's your time. Neil was a great guy, I know he loved Midge, loved Michael and often went on outings with him to take pics or just hang out. He was always willing to lend a hand with anything and often did helpful things without even being asked. He loved animals and they loved him, my dog Juno always loved Neil and would greet him for his "loving" that Neil always gave him. One of the last memories I can think of was one snowy day Neil and Midge were here in the evening the next morning I noticed in the yard a big heart in the snow, made by footprints made by Neil! Fly High Neil, say Hi to Dan for me!!

Bob & Sue Horton Walkley

April 16, 2018

BIll, Val, Carol, and Family, Thinking of you and your families in your loss. We are so sorry to hear of Neil’s passing. May your wonderful memories help to carry you through these days ahead.

Haylee Aguirre

April 16, 2018

My uncle Neily was one of the greatest people I know. Honestly I can’t name a favorite thing that he did because he never had one thing that was my favorite about him. He would always give me a fist bump but right after I would squeeze him for a hug. I loved that phenomenal man. Neily I love you with all my heart. You will be missed!
Love your niece Haylee

Michael Aguirre

April 16, 2018

Neil was a very kind person. He had a heart of GOLD. I remember every time I saw him, he would say "Pound It." That was actually the last thing he said to me before he passed away. He was such a great friend. My Uncle Neily will be missed.

Danielle kelsey

April 16, 2018

Neil was a wonderful and loving person always had something nice to say. I worked with him at boscovs and he was always saying hello and asked me how I was even when we seen each other outside of work he was a great man and will be missed !

Tasheema Crowder

April 16, 2018

Neil was a great man, he will truly be missed. We worked together at Boscov's and Neil always made sure he could put a smile on anyone's face no matter what. Neil always worked hard and helped others as much as he could. Now that he have gained his wings many people willhave their own angel up above to watch over them. Sleep in Peace Neil your gone but never will be forgotten.

Jean Haines

April 16, 2018

My thoughts and prayers to the entire Cass family.