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He was a true gentleman and an excellent instructor. He was part of your family if you went to SMA as many years as I did and I felt that way knowing I could always turn to him when needed. Rest in peace.

He was a fine gentleman,Always ready to lend an ear or trying to help if he could.He surely will be missed by all.

So sorry to have just learned of the passing of Major Case a man who made an impression of intellegence, caring, kindness and integrity. I carry lessons from his teachings to this day. Rest in peace. Peace to his family. Court Van Clief SMA '69


What a wonderful person he was! I knew Dennis through many years of working with him on the vestry at Trinity Church.

He will be missed, but I'm sure we'll always remember him with happy thoughts.

Kitty Holt Dozier

Mr. Case was our neighbor for the many years he lived here. Always a quiet, cheerful & intelligent man. We had no idea until reading about him, that he was so dedicated to service in this community through education and his church. He never talked about himself. That was a unique quality that made Mr. Case all the more special. We will miss him.

i am very plesed to have worked with mr case thru being a bus driver for augusta county. he was truly a good friend.

Im sorry to hear of Mr. Case's passing he was a gentle and kind soul. He touched not only my life but many while at RHS...he will be missed by many. May God wrap his arms around you at this difficult time.

Finley and I shared many good times with Mr. Case over the years when our acquaintance began at Riverheads High School. He was a true gentleman and genuine friend. Our sincere sympathy is expressed to his family.

Finley and Vicki Lotts, Greenville, Virginia

I am so glad to have known and worked with Mr. Case. A true gentleman and a person you could always learn something from. He will be missed.


DENNIS's Obituaries

STAUNTON, VA?Dennis Grayson Case, 79, of Staunton, died Sunday, June 9, 2013, at his residence. He was born on November 21, 1933, in Henry County, a son of the late Grayson Andrew and Elsie Maybell (Boswell) Case.Family members include a nephew, Christopher C. Case of West Allis, WI.He was...

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