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In Memory

Danny Kasper (Kasper) - Class Of 1985

Danny Edward Kasper was born Jan. 14,1967 to Doyle and Karen Kasper in McCook and died May 12,1984 at the age of 17 years.
He attended North Ward School, McCook Jr. High and was a junior at McCook High School at the time of his death.
He loved the outdoors. His favorite pastimes were fishing and hunting. He was active in Boy Scouts and had numerous awards. In the past few years he was very active in the youth group at the United Methodist Church where he enjoyed many summer camps and activity trips.
He was well-liked by everyone and in turn had a happy smile for everyone.
He is survived by his parents; a sister, Jodi Rae at home; grandparents, Harley and Nora Tirrill of McCook, Louis and Dorothy Kasper of Oberlin, Kan.; aunt, Karon Galitz and uncle and aunt, Ron and Charlotte, cousins and several other relatives.
Funeral services were at the Memorial United Methodist Church with the Rev. Merwyn Davidson officiating. He was laid to rest May 15, 1984 at Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of the Carpenter Breland Funeral Home.

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06/10/09 09:21 PM #1    

Michael Allerton (Allerton) (1985)

Danny was a good kid and friend. I remember my dad coming home and telling me about him after working a shift for the Police Dept. I was in shock for days.

09/01/09 11:18 AM #2    

Ronda Fox (Stumpf) (1987)

I have thought about that dreadful night throughout the years. I will never forget him.

11/01/09 09:06 AM #3    

Shala Cullers (Chevalier) (1985)

Danny was a great person and very talented. I will never forget you.

04/24/10 11:21 PM #4    

Kathy Lorentz (1982)

Danny was a young boy who was energentic, happy, smiling and full of spunk.  I met Danny through a High School Psychology project.  I was to mentor/tutor a student at the college weekly.  I learned how Danny was patient, listening, and then happy to meet weekly.

There isn't a time that I don't think about him.  Danny is one of the reasons that I am in education, a reason that I stay in education and a reaston that I continue to stay in education.

Goc bless you Danny~


01/01/15 09:45 AM #5    

Lori Battershell (Goltl) (1986)

He was one of the nicest people you could ever meet. Such a tragic end for a wonderful person.

09/19/17 03:04 PM #6    

Marcos Vinicius (Maciel) (1984)

I did not meet Danny personally, I arrived in McCook in February and he passed away in May of that year. But one thing touched me deeply was seeing a young man like me, we were the same age, die that way. I was really saddened by your parents and relatives. Few things marked my life and one of them was Danny's death because after 33 years I still feel the same sadness that I felt that day when I think of what happened. So I think he's fine and that not everything was lost. I'm sure about the good memories he left and then this makes me feel good again.

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