Casey Breeding born January 1st, 1968 ready to celebrate! Being the life of the party would be the theme of his entire life. His younger years were spent living out West with his parents and brother, getting into as much mischief as possible. Kentucky always held a special place in his heart, spending time with grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Andrea, his favorite cousin, he would later walk down the aisle sporting his famous electric mullet. To quote Andrea, “It glowed in the church lights”. During his college years he tried the University of Alabama but it just wasn’t a good fit or maybe they didn’t appreciate his spray paint job on the dorms. Once leaving there he finished school at the University of South Alabama and settled in Mobile. A chance meeting with Azure led to the most beautiful daughter Carsyn. He has spent the last 18 years teaching her that life is about the good times, learning to drive way too young and hot summer days should be spent chasing Cristiano Ronaldo around Washington D.C. His recent days were spent at Lowes where he was (mostly) on time. When he wasn’t working he could be found teaching Avery (Flossie) about growing tadpoles into frogs (in the house), taking her fishing or doing crafts with an industrial hot glue gun.
If you knew him more than likely you have a fun or crazy story about him! To know him was to love him, his light was always the brightest in the room. He was someone who always made people laugh, feel welcomed and most of all loved. Casey was always the 1st person to offer help and never complain. There is a chance you may have seen him at a Talladega race with family or his best friend Billy, wearing his favorite cut offs. He loved fishing at Cedar Point Pier with Bubba, sunbathing on Dauphin Island and all things Prince and Loretta Lynn.
He is proceeded in death by his mother Gayle Clements. He is survived by his daughter Carsyn Breeding; father Curtis (Nali) Breeding Sr.; his brother Curtis Breeding Jr. (Heather); sister Charlai Breeding; and many other family, friends and loved ones.
A sip of wine, a cigarette and then it’s time to go- Leonard Cohen
A visitation is scheduled for October 24th from 3-5 pm at Kenmar Family Funeral Home. The family ask that you please wear a mask, if possible.
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