Doug W. Casebeer, 55, passed away April 2, 2007, in Pueblo, Colo. Survived by his wife, Katherine Casebeer of the family home; children, Arlie (Kenny) Boss of Pueblo, Angela (John) Farmer of Albany, Tex., Karl (Darlynn) Hutcheson of Rye, Colo.; parents, Herb and Joanne Casebeer of Pueblo; brothers, Steve (Barbara) Casebeer of Louisville, Kentucky; Brian (Lynne) Casebeer of Colorado Springs; grandchildren, Ryleigh Lynn Boss, Marty Jo Farmer, Taren Farmer and Anthony Hutcheson. Also survived by nieces, Allison Casebeer and Lauren Casebeer; nephews Greg Casebeer and Marshall Casebeer. Doug was born September 3, 1951, in Pueblo. At his request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m., Thursday, April 5, 2007, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with the Reverend Chris Rogan officiating. In lieu of flowers, those who desire may make memorials to a favorite charity. Online condolences,

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  1. Oh Katherine, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. If you’d ever like to talk, please call me anytime. 303-632-9602–believe me I know..

  2. I will remember him from Carlile to Central and as a buddy in the ‘hood’. I am so sorry to hear but will always remember his humor and his laugh. God bless to the family.

    Dave Barnett, Boulder, CO

  3. I will always remember Doug’s cheerfulness and smile whenever I went to Herb’s Sport Shop. My sincerest sympathy to you Steve, Barb, and the entire family. Much love and many blessings. Paula Juinta

  4. Please accept our deepest condolances. Doug was a fine man who touched us all. His gentle and calming manner was contagious to all who were around him.

  5. Joe and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of Doug, I started to reflect on the memories the Casebeers gave me as they were great customers of mine that turned into great friendships. Our prayers and thoughts are with the entire Casebeer family.

  6. I was shocked to here of Doug’s passing. Doug (affectionately known as Herbie) and I were close friends from grade school through high school. We were also room-mates after high school. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. He will be missed.

  7. Katherine,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Doug was a great friend and a wonderful person to be around. I want you to know I will miss him and will be thinking of you and your family. You are in my prayers and if there is ever anything I can do please let me know. My love to all of you,
    Amanda Longgrear

  8. My deepest condolences to everyone in Doug’s immediate and extended family. Doug was an amazing man and I am glad that he was a friend of mine. He had a huge heart and would do anything for a friend. I also had the great honor of working with him at Herb’s Sport shop. What a great experience and I thank Doug for asking me to work there! I have many great memories as well as photos that I hope to share with the family. My thoughts and prayers are with each and everyone of you during this time! Ronda

  9. As I was writting to Gwen and the Speaks family I looked up and saw Doug….How can this be happening? God has taken a couple terrific people for some unknown reason but the memories will last a long time. My brother Randy was closer to Doug but I still can see his face. God bless him and the family left behind.
    My prayers are with you.

  10. My thoughts and prayers are with the Casebeer family. We’re all so lucky to have such wonderful childhood memories.

  11. My best memory of Doug was stopping at his house every morning and walking with him to Kindergarden at Carlile Elementary. Our parents thought we were so cute. We stayed close all through high school and I was fortunate to see him last summer at the Central HS Reunion. With Deepest Sympathy to his family,
    Judy Frawley Corrigan

  12. Dear Family and Friends of Doug,
    I am very sorry to hear of your loss. Doug was a dear friend from Jr. High through College. We lost touch over the years but I have some wonderful memories. I pray that the Lord will comfort you during this time.
    Cindy (Vella) Standley

  13. So sorry to learn that Doug is no longer with us. It was good to see you all last summer at the Central Reunion. I’ll say a prayer for your comfort during this transition… Remember his great smile!

  14. Doug was a wonderful childhood friend. Amazing that we attended 12 years of school together, Carlile to Central. We lived across Cleveland from each other and created so many memories together with neighborhood chums David Wilson, G.P. Cribari and so many others that lived around Pueblo Jr. College. Giant snowmen were created on the triangle park across the street, 4th of July fireworks launched, and tackle football on the Casebeer’s front yard that always extended two front yards next door to the Christensen’s house were some of our favorite memories. We built earthen forts in the back yard and played tennis, went sledding, and played hardball at the nearby Jr.College. I made a special trip to see Doug just three years ago when I was in Pueblo and I’m glad I did. Old buddy,go out L-O-N-G, for one more pass on the front lawn, and I’ll hit ya’ when your open for one last TD just beyond the driveway…. love, James

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