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Our beloved Cason Wesley Hines born December 4th, 2009, along with twin brother Gunner, to Nathan and Keeli Hines in Lubbock, Texas surrounded by so many family members (already loving him) that we did not fit in the room. Cason went into the arms of Jesus on August 7th, 2023. He was starting 8th grade at Ira ISD where he was a member of the football, basketball, and track teams. Science was his favorite subject where he got to learn about the universe, the world we live in and the animals, reptiles, and amphibians he chased every day. Cason was an amazing, smart and witty 13 year old who had so many nicknames including Pessles, Catfish, JJ, Tate, Cator, Wesley, GunCase, Tasons and Bubba. Cason accepted Jesus and was baptized October 1st, 2017. He served others by teaching Sunday school with his family and prepared meals with his mom, dad, brother and MIMI at the Freeway Ministry at Calvary Baptist Church.
Family Visitation is planned for Thursday, August 10th, 2023 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Calvary Baptist Church, 2405 35th Street, Snyder, Texas 79549. Funeral services will be on Friday, August 11th, 2023 at 10:00 am at Calvary Baptist Church, 2405 35th Street, Snyder, Texas 79549 with Pastor Matt Lowry, officiating and assisted by Pastor Larry McAden. Burial will follow under the direction of Miller Family Funeral Home at Ira Cemetery, Ira, Texas.
Cason loved the color purple and all things shark and Godzilla. He was an avid reader accomplishing over 1 million words in 2022. He participated in multiple theater productions including Frozen, Shrek, and Seussical at The Ritz Theatre and Junior High UIL One-Act at Ira ISD. He also loved the outdoors, hunting and fishing with his dad, brother, papa, and papaw. Cason loved treasure hunting and looking for fossils, lizards, horny toads, turtles and frogs.
Cason showed goats through Ira FFA with the help and guidance of the Callaway Family. He had seven goats gasstation, lugnut, rebel, pebbles, brownie, fitty cent, and pumpkin and beloved dog Coco.
Case loved spending time with family and friends especially his best friend Ray Torres, playing games, swimming, and driving anything with an engine, since he was 4 years old.
He was the best brother and snuggler.
Cason was preceded in death by the megalodon, his papaw Hoyt Shoemake, Granny Fay Vincent, Great Grandparents David and Margie Hines and Smokey the dog.
Survived by parents Nathan and Keeli Hines; Twin brother, Gunner Hines; Grandparents, Ronnie and Kim Hines and Kerry and Teressia Shoemake; Great-Grandparents, Patsy Shoemake and Jimmy and Louise Layne
Uncle, Chris (Jennifer) Shoemake; Aunts, Iggy and Jessica (Steven) Wooddell; Cousins, Aurora Savedra, Kamdyn Kelley, Analeigh, Connor Shoemake, and Brantley Wooddell.
Cason planned to pursue his love of science and marine life by becoming a Marine Biologist.
Donations in Cason’s name can be sent to Clearwater Marine Aquarium give.clearwateraquarium.org
Online condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.millerfamilyfuneralhome.com