Alfredo (Freddie) Smith Casillas Sr.

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Freddie Casillas

Alfredo (Freddie) Smith Casillas Sr., 63, went very peacefully to be with our Lord on Jan. 14, 2014. He was born in Tiger, AZ on April 14, 1950.

Freddie was proceeded in death by his parents, Willie and Mary Lydia Casillas, four brothers and three sisters, and his wife, Karen Casillas.

He is survived by his beloved daughters and son: Maria Casillas, Letha (Jason) Otero, Elaine Cassidy and Freddie (Gordo) Casillas Jr. of Dudleyville; and three grandchildren; brothers, Abe, Robert and Joe Casillas; sisters, MaryLou Guerena, Carmen Preda, Mary Burns and Betty Martinez.

He lived in the area his whole life and was a very devoted father, brother, grandfather, uncle and friend. His life was being surrounded by family and friends. He enjoyed team roping, hunting, fishing, and ranch work. He was a real fan who loved watching his Phoenix Suns and Diamondbacks. He loved each and every one of you and had many special memories with you that you can cherish for the rest of your life.

There will be a viewing Saturday, Jan. 25, at 9 am at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Mammoth with the Rosary at 10 am and Mass at 10:30. After the service there will be a pot luck luncheon at the Dudleyville Park

May he rest in peace, we will miss you dearly. Online Guestbook at www.vistosofuneralhome.com.

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