Arthur Cass

September 28,2011

Arthur Cass, 59, of Oswego died Wednesday in Pontiac Care and Rehabilitation Center. Mr. Cass was born Babylon, NY and has been a resident of Oswego since 1974. Mr. Cass and his son Aaron Cass own and operate AA Cass Appliance Repair, in Oswego. Prior to opening his business he worked for seventeen years at Northeast Cement, Oswego. Mr. Cass was a graduate of East Islip High School. He was predeceased by his father Raymond I Cass. Mr. Cass is survived by his wife of thirty-seven years Judy Cass of Oswego, three sons Aaron (Christy) Cass of Oswego, Stephen Cass of Oswego, Jeffrey (Angela) Cass of NC, two daughters Melissa (Jay) Karriem of NC, Megan Cass of NC, his mother Ruth Cass of FL, brothers Raymond Cass of Newburg, Drew Cass of Long Island, six grandsons Alex, Mason, Jayden, Zachary, William, and Holden. Funeral services will be Monday 10:00 a.m. in The Hall Newman Center. Calling hours will be Sunday 2:00 –5:00 p.m. at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home 147 West Fourth Street, Oswego. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to People Against Poverty c/o The Hall Newman Center or the Cancer Society

 

7 thoughts on “Arthur Cass

  1. Oh Judy and kids, so sorry to hear about Art. He was a genuinely kind soul who will be missed by everyone who ever knew him, and so I understand the depth of your loss. His gentle smile/quiet chuckle was often something that made me feel better about my day, no matter how grey or overcast the weather outside. They say only the good die young. This is one of those cases. God bless you all. Big Hug, Debbie, Ray and Elza

  2. Mrs. Cass and Aaron, Mr. Cass will be missed by all. He was and still is a wonderful man. Prayers being sent to your family

  3. So sorry to hear about Art. He will be missed. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
    Bob and Jackie Cregg (BC Appliance Service)

  4. I just found out today …I am choked for words…I grew up with Arthur…went to school with him (gradeK-up) and we had Great times.WE did things together traveled to FLA. by VW bus, built motorcycles, and just raised hell…
    …. Judy and family I wish you all well
    Yours,
    Rich Hurley & Family.

  5. Just had a friend from Oswego send me the news here on the West Coast. Judy and family – I am so sorry. I have a treasure chest of memories jammed into about 10 years with Arthur- working on VW vans, traveling around the country in the early ’70s in derelict vehicles, hanging out in the Barn and Beanery where he was the bouncer, moving to Oswego, where I went to college and he started working filling vending machines but our lives were still connected.
    Lots of great memories including his wedding day and the Fritz The Cat t-shirt he wore under his fancy tux in the Finger Lakes.
    I am so sorry for you and the family; he loved kids before he ever had even one and I am certain that his life,when we were on the opposite sides of the country, was well fulfilled.
    He was a big part of my early life,and a large part of stories still told round the dinner table. It was comforting knowing that he was there, even though 3,000 miles away. I will miss him greatly. Phil Becker

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