Peacefully at The Village of Humber Heights, Etobicoke, on Sunday, June 12, 2022, Henry Caseley of Kleinburg, in his 92nd year, beloved husband for 63 years of Adele Caseley (née Patterson). Cherished father of Carol and her husband Tim Randa, and Paul Caseley (deceased). Loving grandfather of Tyler, and Megan Randa. Predeceased by his sister Muriel Stewart.
The family would like to recognize the exceptional care Henry received at The Village of Humber Heights and thank the team for their support and kindness these past months.
The family will receive their friends at the Egan Funeral Home, 203 Queen Street S (Hwy 50), Bolton (905-857-2213) Wednesday, June 15 from 12 o’clock until time of funeral service in the chapel at one o’clock. Interment Nashville Cemetery.
If desired, memorial donations may be made to Alzheimer Society.
Condolences for the family may be offered at www.EganFuneralHome.com
Karen and Todd
You will always be missed !
Your in our hearts ♥️
Sorry for the loss we are here if you need anything
Todd,Karen and family xoxo
Del, Carol, Tim and family, Henry will be sadly missed as we have a life long list of fond memories, including our 25 day bus trip to the southern States including California with Ken and Lois and George. Hope you find strength to push through this rough times with fond memories. Your sister Audrey
Rick & Wendy Sant & Family
Hi Aunt Del, Carol and Tim and family, our sincere condolences through this sad time. Another chapter has passed. We use to enjoy his stories especially with George Carib. Thinking of you.
Del, Carol, Tim, Meg, Ty
Condolences on Henry’s passing. We always enjoyed dinners out, birthday celebrations and wonderful hospitality at the cottage with the Caseleys. We will miss Henry and great chats.
Take care everyone. Tim Randa Sr.&Sandra
Mr. Caseley as I called him in his presence, of which I was a lot from 1981 through 1990, was a pillar. He was kind and stoic no matter the mischief Carol and I found. He quietly supported our fun and he served me in a fatherly way that I was unfamiliar with. Yes, I had a dad, and he was great, but ‘Henry ‘ as we affectionately referred to him (in private) was great in a totally different way- and I appreciated that… I still do. Always a gentleman, he was a model for my husband -to-be.- and yes, that came to be:) Thank you Henry for that. Both of these gifts shaped my life. I am so grateful for you. Rest in Peace.
Sister and family. Henry was most at home at his cottage.He enjoyed a good hearty breakfast.
Enjoyed a beer on the deck after supper.We feel he most enjoyed a drive out into the country topped off with a Kawaratha icecream. Cutting the grass and auction sales were his hobbies.
Henry enjoyed a Mediterranean cruise with Adele and the Pattersons in 2009. RIP
Lights out Beamish. Brother
Uncle Henry was man who will live fondly in so many of our memories. He was always pleased to welcome everyone to join his company, quick to laugh at a good joke, and a persistent (if not always successful) fisherman. I am blessed to have had him in my life, we all are.
Aunt Del, Carol, Tim, Tyler, and Megan; my thoughts are with you. I hope you can find comfort in your love for each other and from those around you.
Mr Doug Sant
Sorry to hear our thoughts are with you. Doug Anita Melissa and Mathew
Henry was my fishing buddy for several years. He was a determined fisherman but he had the worst luck when it came to catching fish. Although we rarely, if ever, caught any fish, we enjoyed a lot of time together out on the lake talking and enjoying the sunshine (and the occasional beer that Henry had stashed on the boat). I used to love his Superior Propane stories.
He was a great guy and he will be missed.
Jim and Heidi Sant
Our most sincere condolences to Aunt Del, Carol, Tim, Tyler and Megan .
Uncle Henry will be missed and we will forever cherish all the great memories we have with him. ❤️
Adele and family:
Very sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my condolence.
To Carol and Family, I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you all. I hope you find comfort in the memories and the celebration of his life. Karen Kesteris
Megan and the Randa Family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your grandfather and father. My thoughts are with each of you during this very difficult time.
Henry sounds like he was an amazing man from all of the memories shared by others! Know that he is always with you and watching over you!
Hugs from Laiken and I!
Aunt Del, Carol, Tim, Tyler and Megan,
Our deepest condolences for the loss of a great man. Many great memories of Uncle Henry growing up .I always enjoyed his company at family get togethers and will be sadly missed by everyone but never forgotten.
Ron, Ang, Miguel Aaron and Andres
Aunt Del, Carol, Tim and Family. Our deepest condolences to you all in this time of loss. Henry was an incredible man. I always enjoyed conversations with him and learning about his life. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten.
Aunt Del, Carol. Tim, Tyler and Megan
We are sadden by the loss of a Great Uncle. always pleasant
to talk to and friendly to everyone. We have some great memories and he is going to be missed by all.
Dan ,Nick Bella and Mark
Susan Dow (Adams)
Carol and family
Sorry to hear the loss of your dad. Condolences to you all.
Jo-Ann & Bill
Aunt Del, Carol, Tim, Tyler & Megan
Our Condolences to you on your great loss. We have many good memories of Uncle Henry with trips away, family get togethers & cottage weekends. Also remembering him driving the family around Florida and the many laughs we had on those trips. He was a good man and will surely be missed by all who knew him. XO
Del, Carol, Tim, Tyler & Megan;
Henry was a good brother-in-law, and a great friend of Kenn’s. He will be missed.
Uncle Henry was a kind and generous man, always had a fun story and ready for a boat ride.
Wishing all the strength to the Caseleys and Randas during these difficult times.
Carol, Tim, Tyler and Megan. We are very sorry for your loss.
We are sending you our love, support and all our strength. Love Kim Nelson, Rick Agar, Russell, Chloe and Madeline
James & Azetta Gibbons
Del & Family,
We are sorry to hear of Henry’s passing.
We will remember him as a kind, gentle, happy man.
Our heartfelt sympathy to each of you.
Sorry to hear about the passing of your father Henry.
Sounds like a lovely man.
My condolences to you and your family during this tough time.
Thinking of you.
Adele, Carol, and family,
Sincere condolences to you all on the loss of your husband, father, and grandfather.
Sharon and Howard Venning
Adele and family
Our sincere condolences at this difficult time. Our thoughts are with you and your family.
Carol & family, so sorry to hear of Henry’s passing please accept my condolences. David Julian
Debbie Greg and family
Aunt Del, Carol(Carlie) your dad called you for the first 5 years of your life)
Tim, Tyler and Megan
We all have many great memories of Uncle Henry many from the road trips we all went on in Ontario and Florida – some how Henry became the driver – and he didn’t seem to mind. Uncle Henry was always up for anything during our teen years at the cottage – bonfire down by the lake – water skiing for hours on end or escorting us the the Ballpoint cottagers get together. He was the only one that came with sister Jo-Ann and I when we said Charlie Pride is in the hotel bar (Florida) and we sat and listen to a free concert and talked with Charlie Pride – for anyone born after 1980 Charlie was bigger than Beiber at that time!! I remember Uncle Henry had a unique palette- he enjoyed a good onion sandwich as much as he enjoyed a homemade raisin pie. You could get him laughing at the silliest stories and he would intently listen to serious stories with a final comment of “is that right”.
Uncle Henry you will be missed by all of us – our memories of you will live in our hearts forever.
I agree with Uncle Al – lights out – “send Beamish to bed”
Debbie, Greg, and kids xo