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Juan Manuel

Juan M. Casso, Sr.

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Entered into his rest Sunday, August 27, 2017 at the age of 67. Juan is the beloved husband of Yolanda A. Casso (nee Alvarez). He is the cherished father of Juan Casso, Jr., Maribel (Ehren) Wilcott, Malena (Mark) Schumacher, Carlos (Brenda) Casso, Rojelio Jabez Casso, and Hadassa (David) Robinson. He is the loving grandfather “PaPa MeMe” of Lucas, Devin, Nicholas, Anabella, Marky, Micah, Jando, Carlitos, Paloma, Isabelle, and Valencia. Loving son of Guadalupe Casso. Further survived by 3 brothers, 3 sisters, other relatives, and friends. Juan was preceded in death by his father, Manuel Casso and brother, Carlos Casso.

Visitation Thursday, August 31, 2017 at Pipeline To Jesus Church, 13400 W. Beloit Road, New Berlin, WI 53151 from 4:00 PM until the time of the Funeral Services at 6:00 PM.

Private FAMILY ONLY burial services will take place at Mt. Olivet Cemetery on Friday, September 1, 2017. The Family will gather at the Niemann / Suminski Funeral Home, 2486 S. Kinnickinnic Avenue in Milwaukee at 11:30 AM on Friday to take Juan Sr. in procession to Mt. Olivet Cemetery for 12:30 PM burial services.

Memorials may be directed to the Juan M. Casso Sr. Family in care of Yolanda Casso. Floral arrangements should be delivered to the Church by 2:00 PM on Thursday.

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Past Comments

Camila (Millie)

You were always so kind and generous Dear Tio. We love you. I’ll never forget the loving gesture to invite us to the Zoo for father’s day the year dad passed. Esta con el Señor ahora para utilizarlo como el ángel que siempre fue.

Mark Lang

John treated me nicely when I began my career at Miller.He trained me on a few jobs and always had a joke or made me laugh with his famous lines “clown”or “dummy up”! He was one of a kind and I am glad to have known him.God Bless.


Sr. Casso was well loved but more importantly was loving. He was easy to respect with the way he treated his wife and kids and out them first. I remember him saying up all night to work extra shifts for the family. He was an incredible hard worker. My memories of him were always at Sra. Casso’s side with his arm around her, holding hands, or just by her side. Laughter always filled the room. He created a beautiful family and was a great example of a father and husband.

Martha Villa AKA Hardesty

My beloved brother and friend you will be missed. Your smiling face, your kind disposition, your love family and most your Lord! I will remember you every time Milwaukees Family Camp comes along. All the unselfish support you gave me and the ministry to be a faithful servant. I’ll always hold you close to my heart, I can truly call you my friend and brother in Christ. Till we meet again at the big camp meeting in the sky

Anne Marie Al ghanneyein

Yolanda and family. I am so shocked to find of Bro.Juans passing. I have such fond memories of him. He always made me like family when I visited your home. Oddly, I remember him talking about working at Miller with my Dad. He too has passed on to be with His Jesus. Oh, yea thanks for pulling me out of the ditch Juan.

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