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Casey Case E. Dale Williamson
Mar 1, 1990 – Jun 21, 2019 (Age 29)
Casey DeShawn Williamson (aka Dale) began his adventure March 1, 1990 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma which abruptly ended June 21, 2019 in Wailaua, Hawaii. At 29 years-old, Casey lived more than most ever will. He was born the only son to Carla Mendenhall-Ajaga and Kevin Williamson. Growing up in Yukon, he was actively involved in basketball and football. He passionately supported the Pittsburg Steelers and of course, his beloved Sooners. After graduating from Yukon High School in 2008, Casey attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota on a football scholarship. He returned home a few years later which led him on the journey of a lifetime. In 2013, Casey moved to Vail, Colorado where he found his love for snowboarding. From there, he discovered the world and found himself. He enjoyed traveling, hiking, and attending music festivals. All the while meeting new friends, making connections, and lasting impressions. Eventually, Casey found his way to Moab, Utah and into the word of skydiving and yoga. In the winter of 2016, Casey packed his bag and moved to Hawaii to pursue skydiving full-time in hopes to one day become an instructor. Although our sweet Casey is no longer with us, he leaves behind a legacy of love for life and adventure. He made every moment count and welcomed everyone he met with a big smile, open arms, and an open heart. He is preceded in death by dear Mema, Deloris McClay (Mendenhall), Uncle Steve Mendenhall, Aunt Shirley Davis, Uncle Dewayne Williamson, and Grandma Odessa Johnson. He is survived by his mother Carla Mendenhall-Ajaga (Lookman), father Kevin Williamson (Louise), sister Alexis Hall (Christian) and niece Harper, Aunts Sheri Mendenhall-Bowen, Tammy Conn, Leisa Seymour (Tom), Jeri Beth Zachary (Ted), Carrie Patton (Jeff), Deborah Williamson, Uncles Ron Mendenhall (Rina), Doug Mendenhall (Cindy) and Shawn Mendenhall, Lee Williamson (Shelia), Benito Williamson (Lindsay), Brent Williamson (Lindsey) and a slew of cousins and a multitude of friends. Gone and certainly never forgotten. Fly high Casey.