3 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject - Person is exactly "Cason, Casey, 1911-1992 "
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CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY

CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY

Date
1991
Description
Highway patrol Captain Owen "Casey" Cason celebrates his 80th birthday on the 22nd floor of the Capitol in Tallahassee on September 3, 1991. The celebration is attended by the following Florida dignitaries: former Governors Reubin Askew, Bob Graham and Wayne Mixson; Gov. Bob Martinez; U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles; Comptroller Gerald Lewis and Secretary of State Jim Smith. US Sen. Bob Graham honors Captain Cason, a security agent for five Florida governors who is well-known for his daily jog up the 22 flights of stairs in the Capitol building.
Collection
CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY #2

CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY #2

Date
1991
Description
In this film, each of the officials mentioned in the above-referenced film pay tribute to Captain Cason at his birthday celebration in Tallahassee. There is dancing at the end.
Collection
CASEY CASON'S MEMORIAL SERVICE

CASEY CASON'S MEMORIAL SERVICE

Date
1992
Description
This film shows Captain Owen "Casey" Cason's memorial service in Tallahassee. The service opens with Secretary of State Jim Smith speaking. Pastor Robert MacMillian of First Baptist Church in Tallahassee says a prayer, Gov. Lawton Chiles, Lt. Gov. Wayne Mixson, reporter Dick Kane and Jim Story speak. Captain Cason was a security agent for five Florida governors. He lived from 1911 to 1992.
Collection
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CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY Birthdays
Celebrations
Governors-Florida
Politicians
Politics
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CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY #2CASEY CASON'S 80TH BIRTHDAY #2Birthdays
Celebrations
Governors-Florida
Politicians
Politics
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CASEY CASON'S MEMORIAL SERVICE CASEY CASON'S MEMORIAL SERVICE Funerals
Politicians
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