In Loving Memory of Clarice J. Case
When the day’s over, it once again proves that; ‘time waits for no one’ and life does go on. Every day in life, people who are separated from one another, (for whatever reason) have their separated distance go from hours, days and weeks and even years, until one day, when the reality finally does set in, — we realize they are gone for good, leaving us with a positive and loving memory of those we cherished. My mother’s ability to provide stability for us, wasn’t always tied to income, … but rather education, while urging her children to be, the best that we could be — and that, — was always good enough.
I will profoundly miss her.
Born May 2, 1932, the Reverend, Clarice June Stuckey Case, passed away at her home in Kosciusko, MS. on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 80 years of age. Clarice faithfully served the Episcopal Church throughout her life. In 1997 she was ordained Deacon by Bishop Alfred “Chip” Marble Jr., at St. Andrew’s Cathedral, in Jackson, MS. She also volunteered her services at the V.A. Home in Kosciusko, MS.
Clarice is preceded in death by her husband, Robert Claude Case, her brother Charles Brashier, her parents John D. and Beatrice Stuckey.
Clarice is survived by her Sister Dianne Patsiner and Brother in-law, Lenny Patsiner. Daughter Allison Fay Case Lamson and husband Scott Lamson. Her Son, Robert Charles Case and wife, Linda Young Case. Her Son, Daniel Steven Case and wife Virginia W. Case. Also many grandchildren and Great grandchildren, which she loved and adored.
Visitation was on Thursday the 7th and Friday the 8th, at Jordan Funeral Home, in Kosciusko, Mississippi.
Funeral services were held at St. Mathews Episcopal Church, Noon, Saturday, February 9th. The service was officiated by the Reverend Mary Berry and Episcopal Bishop, Duncan Montgomery Gray III, and burial followed, at Parkway Cemetery, In Kosciusko, MS.