June 6, 1952 – May 8, 2018
Our loving father, grandfather, son and friend, Kasy Peterson passed away on May 8, 2018 in Kearns, Utah. He was born in Pocatello, Idaho on June 6, 1952 to Nile Zan Peterson and Patricia Ann Cummings.
Kasy adored the outdoors. He loved camping, fishing, hunting, 4 Wheeling and leather working. He enjoyed going on bike rides and runs with his buddies. Kasy was a truck driver for many years and a great locksmith. Everything was always locked up tight.
Kasy is survived by his children: Sheldon (Tawnya) Peterson, Lois (Patrick) Webber. Scott (Shawna) Granger, Eric (Jennie) Peterson, Kasy (Nikki) Peterson; step mother, Emma Lee Peterson; 17 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren; siblings, Don, Danny, Leona, Stanley, Sharon, Jolene, Sharlene and Jeanene; many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his father, Nile, his mother, Patricia Roylance, step father, Floyd Roylance, brothers, Mike Tensel, Jack Peterson, and Randy Peterson.
A celebration of life will be held for Kasy on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 2:00-6:00 pm at 4234 West 4865 South, Kearns, Utah.
Condolences can be sent to valleyviewfh.com
May 16, 2018
Don't really have a favorite. My kids always will remember when he would tell them if they don't fix their shoes he was gonna cut their feet off put them on the right feet. He was a great man.
May 16, 2018
I remember every Christmas uncle kasy would play basketball with all the kids always had a smile on his face never had to wonder or worry if he loved you no matter what until we see you again uncle kasy love braylen and breanna
May 15, 2018
Uncle Kasy was a good man.. A man I can look up to as a father. He helped me and my mom in so many ways. We will always be grateful for what he did.
I never knew where my perfectionist came from until he remodeled my bedroom. If he didn't like it he would fix it until it was right. I will always love and miss you with all my heart...
May 13, 2018
One memory that stands out is when you and Uncle Danny were in high school and I was a little girl 4 or 5 you'd take me along in the red convertible to the park or wherever to be the 'girl magnet' as grandma would say.
For many many years you called me tinker.
So many memories you are truley going to be missed by all.
I'm sure you were welcomed with open arms from grandma, my dad, your brothers and your dads.
Love you Uncle Kasy
May 11, 2018
I will miss you dad , you taught me everything I know . But you didnt teach me how not to miss you . I fill being the oldest I will try to fill your boots and be there for everyone like you were for us. So rest easy and I love you dad.
Ron and Secret McFarland
May 10, 2018
To Kasy's loved ones:
What a very nice man he was! We didn't have the longest time to know Kasy, maybe a little over a year or so, but what we do know is this was very sudden and we are very sad for our loss of not getting more time on earth with him. We are deeply saddened for you all!
Jesus gains another super person. Loves to you Kasy, we miss you. Loves.💙
May 10, 2018
My brother was a amazing person, he was always there for his family through thick and thin, I love you and will always miss the fun times we had, camping, going on trail rides ,I love you and miss you, rest in peace have a great time with Dad, Jack, Randy, I love you and miss you tons Love your sister Jolene McRoberts
May 10, 2018
As a young boy I remember Uncle Kasy used to come over to our house and him and my dad Jack were always doing something to keep things interesting and fun.
Well we had a flag pole out in front of our house and I remember Kasy climbing to the very top of that flag pole and sitting on the very top and watching it sway.
I will always remember that and how brave I thought he was.
Rest In Peace Dad and Uncle Kasy and know even the shortest of time memories can last a lifetime.