Bobby McCasland

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Bobby McCasland

Bobby Neil McCasland, 86, of Greenville, passed away Sept. 9, 2018.
He was born Feb. 14, 1932 in Levelland to Lucille Havens and William Wesley McCasland.
Bobby married Louise Rayburn on May 31, 1952 at Castle Air Force Base Chapel in Merced, Calif. He moved to Greenville in June 1966.
He was in the Air Force for 30 years and retired as a Chief Master Sgt. He also worked for U.S. Customs for 12 years.
He volunteered all over the place: Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Elks Lodge, American Legion, VA Hospital in Bonham, Meal on Wheels, and Graham Point Cemetery, just to name a few. He was commonly know as "the Chief."
He is survived by his son, Randy Neil and wife Rachel McCasland of Keller; daughters, Sharon (Phoobie) Lee McCasland of Wichita Falls, and Debra Jean McCasland Dabbs and husband Don of Spring Hill, Tenn.; grandson, Curtis Dabbs and wife JoRae of Spring Hill, Tenn.; brother Claude Havens McCasland of Barstow, Calif.; granddaughters Delilah Dabbs Ward, Megan McCasland and Mary McCasland; great-grandsons Oliver Neil Dabbs and Andrew Ward; and many other loving relatives and friends.
Bobby was preceded in death by his mother, Lucille Havens; father William Wesley McCasland; wife Louise B. McCasland; and half-brothers Michael McCasland and Charles McCasland.
No flowers, please!
Please make any memorials to his favorite charities or one of your own choice.
Air Force Association (AFA) Local Chapter #416, 11605 Laney Drive, Greenville TX 75402.
Graham point Cemetery, c/o Lee McCasland, 2684 Orchid Dr, Richardson, TX 75082
Published on September 12, 2018
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Sherry Lewis
Sep 12, 2018
Bobby was such a kind soul. I met Bobby at the American Legion Post 17 where I worked, and remained friends long after that. We would meet occasionally for a beer or two just to catch up on our daily lives. Bobby was one of the kindest people I have ever met, and his endless giving to the veteran organizations as well as meals on wheels. He will forever have a place in my heart. R.I.P. Bobby McCasland. No more suffering.
Terry Thomas
Sep 12, 2018
No one could ever find a better friend or mentor than Bobby McCasland . A special bond and friendship for 37 years was always built on trust and respect . He helped my family and I when we most needed it and never ask for anything in return . A special human being always doing for others before himself . A humble and generous individual who led an amazing life and career . Our lives will not be the same ! God speed my friend and we will keep you close to our hearts .