Casey Bill Sanders

casey sanders
Casey Bill Sanders, a resident of Canyon Lake, passed away on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital in New Braunfels at the age of 55. Casey was born on August 24, 1956 in Big Spring, TX to Floyd Sanders and Mary Louise Ivey Sanders. During most of Mr. Sander's professional career, he was self-employed in the construction industry. Survivors include his loving wife, Sameerah M. Sanders; daughter, Sarah Claunch; son, Jeremy Sanders; mother, Mary Louise Sanders; siblings, Maryann Hafley, Floyd W. "Buzz" Sanders and Mark Anthony Sanders, and numerous nieces and nephews. Casey enjoyed listening to classic rock-n-roll music. Moreover, he loved hunting and fishing with his brothers; building model boats and had a fascination with black powder guns. He was especially fond of motorcycles and enjoyed playing the harmonica.

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  1. Our hearts hurt for the loss of a great man an cousin. You all are in our prayers, he is singing in heaven with all our other angels. Love ya Brenda an DJ my son, Mary (Sugar) Willie Mae(Sister) Barbra (Bob) Glenda an Janice

  2. Casey’s family, when I learned of Caseys passing today floods of memories came to my mind of all of us cousins growing up together and the fun we had. Now he is with Uncle Delco and they are enjoying fishing. God’s blessing, Steve and Carolyn Robison McKee

  3. My memories of Casey – Swinging on the rope swing at Dry Creek Park,hopping on to catch a ride, crushing my legs in the process!!! He was so fun to be around, and he taught me to dance…. I will always treasure the memories and I am so sorry that I haven’t seen him in so long. He was someone who enjoyed life and I will miss him. Karen Sanders Byrd

  4. Our prayers are with your family and loved ones. We were blessed to have known you, Casey. Johnny and Linda Stewart, Elvida Carrick

  5. Casey was and will always be my BEST FRIEND. I sorry you had to leave us so soon. My love and Condolences to all his family and friends

  6. So sorry for the lost of your love one! Went to school with him and his brothers in Mertzon Tx

  7. Our thoughts and prayers are with Casey’s friends and family. With deepest sympathy, Class of ’74.

  8. So sorry to hear of Casey’s passing. Went to school with the Sanders and considered them friends. Always enjoyed hunting with Floyd and Casey, can’t imagine going at such a young age! The family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  9. Buz and Mark: You may not remember me, but I was Carolyn Robison’s roommate. She was my maid of honor at my wedding. I used to date you Mark back when I was 19. The last time I remember seeing you was when your father passed away. I went out to Sherwood to see you. I wanted to let you know how very sad I was when I found out Casey passed away. My heart goes out to each and every one of your family members. Please know that my prayers are with you. Charlotte Long Sebesta

  10. Although our life was not often in person, Casey… my cousin…. was part of my heart. Many years ago he had a terrible accident. While he was hospitalized, I wrote him a letter describing a Mother’s Love for her children. I knew that his mother, my Aunt, was with him to read it to him. Casey later sent a letter thanking me, and said he would carry those words of encouragement. May he rest in peace. The family has a very special place in my heart. Our deepest condolences go to all.Love & Belief, The Rowe-Harris Family

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