Fred Eugene Case

Fred Eugene Case

1935 – 2023

Fred Eugene Case, Jr.,  Age 88,  February 28, 1935 – November 8, 2023,  Lived in Edmond, OK, Claude, TX, Moore, OK, and Lindsay, OK.

Fred Case (aka Peewee), age 88, died at his home in Lindsay, Oklahoma, on November 8, 2023. He is survived by brother George Thomas Case of Bremerton, WA, daughter Sharon Waite (Jim), of Sapulpa, OK, sons Rick Case (Tracy) and Keith Case (Beth), both of Edmond, OK, step-daughter Krisha Smith (Kenny) and step son John T. Sanders (Christy) of Lindsay, OK;  5 grandchildren, 5 step-grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, and 2 step-greatgrandchildren. Fred was preceded in death by wife Lahoma (Jones) Case (d. 1984), brother Homer Richard Case (d. 2022), and by wife Daphne (Sanders) Case (d. 2022).

Fred was employed by Perfection Equipment for 54 years. After his retirement in 2010, Fred enjoyed outdoor activities of all types, especially doing yardwork at the farm in Lindsay, as well as tinkering in the shop and repairing anything that was broken. He and Daphne loved spending time together, from sitting outside watching the horses to visiting casinos and spending time with their family and friends. Fred will be greatly missed by everyone who knew and loved him. A family celebration of life will be held at a place close to Fred’s heart in the days to come.

6 thoughts on “Fred Eugene Case”

  1. Keith So sorry to hear about your Dad
    Prayers for you and your family may You find peace with his leaving this place on his journey to heaven 🙏🏻

  2. Keith, I’m so sorry for the loss of your dad. Please know that you’re all in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. Anita & Chris (Case) Valenta

    We are heartbroken!! I love you Uncle PeeWee!! You will be greatly missed. So many wonderful memories. Be in peace..💔💔

  4. Keith, we are so sad for your loss. May the memories help heal your hearts. Peace be with you and your family.
    Joanie and Pete

  5. Lori Wharton

    I was glad to have gotten to meet and visit with Fred on more than one occasion. He seemed to always be wearing a big smile and have kind and funny words to share with those around him. My thoughts are with the family. May you cherish your many fond memories.

  6. Always enjoyed being with Fred at family gatherings. He was a super guy and I will miss him tremendously. Comfort and peace to Rick, Keith, Sharon and my children Tracy and Jordan.

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