Clayton Oliver Cass Jr, 71, died Tuesday February 28,2023 at Hospice House in Vero Beach, FL. He was born in New Milford, CT and lived in Sebastian, having moved to Florida in 1983 from Sherman, CT. Clay owned Expert Paint & Body for 25 years. Clay was an expert in framework & painting vehicles, and he loved riding motorcycles. Survivors include his wife, Carol Baillie of Ft. Lauderdale; his sister, Shirley (Kenneth) Kelly of Sebastian; daughter Karyn (Heath) Bryant of Sebastian; sons, Tommy Cass of Sebastian & Anthony Rushing of Vero Beach; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Clayton O. Cass, Sr.; mother, Martha O. Cass; sister, Vivian Cornell; brother, Gerald Cass. Services: There will be a family & friends small gathering to celebrate Clay’s life. A graveside service for Clay at Morningside Cemetery in Gaylordsville, CT., will be determined later.
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