|Birth: ||Apr. 14, 1870|
|Death: ||Mar. 13, 1928|
South Dakota, USA
The Cheyenne Star, Thursday, March 15, 1928, pg 1
JOE M. CASADY PASSED
AWAY IN SOUTH DAKOTA
Word was received here Wednesday to the effect that Joe. M. Casady had passed away that morning at his home in Lemmon, South Dakota, after a brief illness of pneumonia. One brother, Ott Casady of Valley(sic) Wyoming, was with him at the time of his death.
Joe was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Casady of this city and was 57 years and 11 months of age. He leaves a wife, five children, a father, mother, 1 sister and 4 brothers. His parents, three brothers and sister all reside in Cheyenne.
Joe will be remembered by many of the old timers as he resided here in an early day.
The Cheyenne Star, Thursday, March 22, 1928, pg 1
PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN
From Lemmon, S. Dak. paper
In the death of Joseph M. Casady, which occured at 8:30 oíclock Tuesday morning at his home, this city loses one of its best known and well liked citizens.
Mr. Casady came to this city in 1908, at that time engaging in business. He has lived here continuously since with the exception of about two years which were spent at Baker, Mont. After his return to Lemmon, be became proprietor of the Pool Hall which he has continued to operate until the time of his death. The deceased was a man of jovial disposition, always with a greeting for all, and his friends can truly be numbered by his acquaintances.
About ten days ago, Mr. Casady was taken ill with the "flu". He remained indoors a few days, then thinking himself able and feeling the need of his presence at his place of business, walked to the Pool Hall on Monday, a week ago. He suffered a relapse and rapidly contracted the dread influenz-pneumonia which, in spite of all that trained nurses and loving hands could do, proved fatal.
Joseph Madison Casady was born in Hubbard City, Texas, April 14, 1870, where his early youth was spent. At the age of twenty-one he moved to Oklahoma territory where he lived until 1905, when he moved to Evarats, South Dakota.
He was married to Laura Arnold on July 21, 1906, and to this union five children were born, all of whom are living. In 1908 he moved to Lemmon, South Dakota where he has since resided.
Joe was a true pioneer of the West having helped to blaze the trail in Oklahoma territory and became acquainted with the open life of the plains and spent his early life on the great cattle ranges of the Southwest, living close to nature.
He was a great lover of his home and all of his leisure time was spent there with his family. Home was to him the dearest place on earth.
No man has ever lived in Lemmon who has been blessed with as many true friends as Joe. He practiced the Golden Rule toward all men, and his passing leaves a vacancy that can never be filled.
He leaves to mourn his departure a wife, five children and two grandchildren, all of Lemmon, a father, mother, one sister and three brothers all of Cheyenne, Oklahoma, and one brother, Otto(sic), residing in Cody(sic) Wyoming.
Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 oíclock from the Baptist church with Rev. Hoover in charge. Rev. E. E. Shutt will assist. Pall bearers will be Otto Rodenbour, Paul Lippman, J. C. Stoner, O. C. Short, Dr. E. J. McAllister and John Fields. Burial will be made in the local cemetery.
James Robert Casady (1847 - 1932)
Lanora Ann P'Pool Casady (1850 - 1941)
Laura Elzada Arnold Homous (1888 - 1958)*
Joseph Madison Casady (1870 - 1928)
William Robert Casady (1873 - 1937)*
Oscar P Casady (1877 - 1944)*
Mollie Casady Herring (1880 - 1975)*
John C. Casady (1884 - 1965)*
South Dakota, USA
Created by: Rob Walker
Record added: Mar 09, 2013
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