Visitation will be held on Friday, October 11th, 2019 at 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm in Golden’s Funeral Home Chapel, 210 N. Pennsylvania Ave, Winter Park, Fl
A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 12th, 2019 at 11:00 am
Funeral Service Location: Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 160 S. Pennsylvania Ave, Winter Park, Fl 32789
Edward Cason, Sr. was born June 10, 1970 at Winter Park Memorial Hospital to Deloise Cason and the late Lawrence Miller of Eatonville, Fl.
Edward was the only child born into that union. He has one sister Jacclyn “Jacky” Miller and two brothers: Rodney Spencer and Macellus Wells.
In 1970 to present Edward resided in Eatonville, Fl. with his mother and grandparents, the late Theodore Cason and Ophelia Cason. He graduated from Wymore Secondary High School in 1989. He later obtained his Class A-CDL License from Roadmaster Truck Driving School, proceeded by employment at Granite Inliner as a Driver.
Edward married Kenya Jones in 2010 and 4 children came from their union. Edward was a family man who loved his children dearly. He was known as the loudest dad on the sidelines cheering on his sons at football and basketball games. He could have been a NIKE spokesperson for Air Max tennis shoes, as he owned nothing but that brand.
Edward also loved his hometown often referred to as “1887” Eatonville. He had a lot of friends and associates; many to whom he gave nicknames: Dollarbill, Buffalo, Speedtalker, Nik, among a lot of other unique name.
Edward also had a famous saying, “YEA YEA” which he yelled as his greetings to neighbors and friends when they rode by his street, Wigman Drive.
He leaves his famous smile in our memories that lit up a room and a heart of gold….EDWARD YOU WILL BE DEARLY MISSED!
Edward leaves five children to cherish his precious memories: A daughter: Takyra Cason; four sons: Edward Cason Jr., Tre’von Cason, Torres Cason and Tobias “Mohawk” Cason; God sister: Aretha Ross; Special brother: James Smiley; Special cousin: Willie Spurling; Niece: Shanell Love; Special Friend: Shayla Hooks; Aunts: Evelyn Nash and Betty Walker along with a host of cousins and close friends.
My dearest friend, someone who always was by my side. I”ll keep our good days in my memory. NEVER FORGOTTEN
A good father, and just a good dude all around. The ‘hood is sad. We gonna miss you Bro. Rest in peace “Eduardo”
Sadden by the event taken placed and how people holds no regarding to ownership. People don’t understand the pain until you walk in their loved ones shoes. Ed was a great person and will be missed in the town of Eatonville . My prayers for strength, healing hearts and guidance to his Children, Mother, Wife and family during your time of lost. Remember GOD IS IN CONTROL….
I am truly sorry for your loss. I would like to offer my deepest and most sincere condolences, My heart goes out to his mother and his kids. May Ed rest in peace. MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL IN YOUR TIME OF BEREAVMENT.
Ed you was a good dude, cool as ever, you had that old man swag. You will truly be missed dearly . May you rest easy brother.
My cousin Edward Cason *SPECIAL ED* to me IM really gonna miss our pop ups on each other our talks our laughs our hugs that big contagious smile. the nickname you gave me *Freak Nasty* as only you could say it but most of all cousin im going to miss you love always Ameka Dopson
I was truly sadden when I heard of your passing.. Many Bobcats memories of you gathered in my head. My humble prayers and deepest condolences to Ed’s family as we look towards God in all our needs.
I am truly hurt that your life has ended it this way. So unexpected and with no goodbyes. I am truly grateful for the time, love, memories, and life lessons you have left us with. Your presence will be forever missed! You can now rest. I loved you then, I love you now, I will always love you. P.S. your country boy is missing you and so is lil ugly❤️ Until we meet again, Peace Boo
Ed you will be missed! Prayers for your family! RIH cuz until we meet again!