Paul Michael Casseen was born on April 30, 1945, in Washington D.C. He entered into eternal rest on July 19, 2019.

He was the son of parents, Paul Neil Casseen and Madeline Casseen. As the child of a U.S. federal government employee (U.S. Central Intelligence Agency) he was raised throughout stations in Maryland, Greece, and Japan. A 1963 graduate of Montgomery Blair High School (Maryland), he worked as Head Electrician at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington D.C., until his retirement.

An avid hunter and outdoorsman, he travelled throughtout the United States and Canada on multiple hunting excursions during his lifetime. The fondest memories of hunting occurred during time spent at his cabin in West Virginia.

Casseen is survived by two children, a son, Chris Casseen (Ellie) of Georgia, and a daughter, Vickie Klatt (Marc) of South Carolina. He had three sisters Bev Claffy (Robert) of Virginia, Colleen Partick (Norman) of Deleware and Debbie Ebel (Matt) of Florida. He also had two brothers and a sister by his biological mother. He was grandfather to five grandchildren, uncle to many neices and nephews, and beloved by his best friend, Calvin, and all those who cared about him in Eastland.

A dynamic storyteller, those who knew him will always remember him fondly as the gentleman who served as the life to many social functions. With intelligence beyond common knowledge, he could take apart, repair and fix virtually anything man-made.

Gone far too soon, but loved by many.

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