• Victor Gordon Casey

    Robstown, Texas

    Gordon Victor Casey, 81 passed away February 5, 2018. He was born January 7, 1937 in Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada to Gordon and Hattie Casey.

     

    He is preceded in death by his parents; sister, Betty Casey Eggleton and brother, Arthur Casey.

     

    He is survived by his loving wife, Micheline Casey; daughters, Elizabeth Teeter (Chuck), Kathleen Casey (Francis Olomu); sister, Dorothy Murphy (Harrison); brother in law, Fred Eggleton; one grandson, Nicholas Olomu; numerous nieces and nephews.

     

    After serving seven years in the Royal Canadian Air Force, Gordon embarked on a nearly 40-year career in the chemical and refining industry, mentoring generations of young operators before finally retiring from Equistar in 1999.   

     

    The family wishes to thank Dr. Shantan Reddy, Dr. Greg Silverman, Dr. Ramakrishna Chakilam, and Dr. Ellis Main for the wonderful treatment of our husband and father.

     

    A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date in Nova Scotia, Canada.  Memorial donations may be made to MD Anderson Cancer Center.  

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    We have known Gordon V. Casey and his wonderful family for the past 39 years and Leonard worked with Gordon for 16 1/2 years at the World scale Petrochemical Plant located on the Southwest side of Corpus Christi, Texas. Gordon was a very trustworthy friend and the hardest worker that I have ever known and had the pleasure of working with. May God Bless Gordon's family and may Gordon forever, rest on piece. ~ Toni & Leonard Tarpley

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    Gordon was truly one of a kind. Nothing ordinary about him. We both worked for him many years at the plant, and enjoyed considering him a friend outside of the plant. Our deepest condolences are sent to his wife & daughters, he will be missed. May the Holy Spirit console each of you, knowing he is at Rest in the Peace of Christ.

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    It was a great pleasure working with Gordon so many years ago. Working with him were my favorite years working at the Plant. We could argue with each other, then laugh the next minute. Our shift was like family. I cherished my time working on his shift. Always looked forward coming to work.My condolences to Micheline, Elizabeth, Kathleen and the Casey Family.RIP my friend and enjoy that Plant in Heaven. Tom :-)

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